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Radium Presents, Stage 1 - Desert Sound Colony & Harry Wills on Friday 18th October 2019
First instalment of an exciting new saga of events we're hosting in Liverpool, we have 2 exciting headliners firmly engrained in the UK scene.
First up Desert Sound Colony, a man who needs no introduction. He specialises in energetic warehouse ready music containing a cocktail blend of psychedelic house, techno and breaks, inspired by a lot of the original dubstep, post-dubstep and garage producers such as; Hessle Audio, Bushwacka, Peverelist, Digital Mystiks and Mike Millrain.
After laying down chaos on the dance floor he manages to find time to run his well respected record label Holding Hands Records with big releases coming from Himself, Adam Pitts, Breaka all sculpted for the dance floor. Also as part of his label venture Desert Sound Colony has be re-releasing some of his favourite classics from the likes of Bushwacka and other rare releases.
Secondly we have Harry Wills, hailing from the UK but currently residing in Frankfurt. Solidifying himself as one of the best keeping UK breaks exciting, this consistent producer has maintained a special place in the hearts of all of us at Radium. With releases spanning across Lemak Records, OSMAN , Rube Goldberg Series and newly formed Orbital London Harry Wills always impresses with his signature style of carefully crafted breaks, deep cutting baselines and just downright weirdness.
These two artists will be taking the helm at North Shore Troubadour for a special 3 hour B2B, digging deep through their record bags they will definitely get those feet tapping and your hips shaking.
Music Genres: Breaks, Electro, House, Minimal Techno, Techno
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