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Idiom Presents Max Graef on Friday 16th February 2018
We are Idiom - Idiosyncratic parties with the finest global selectors. Manchester driven, universally powered.
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For our inaugural entrance into the Manchester music landscape, we are shipping over from Berlin none other than the beat-wizard of jazz-soaked dance music, Max Graef.
Having had a riotous 2017, Max will be gracing the decks at Versions for an extended set, showcasing his unique blend of all things funky, groovy and wonky. This is a man who's passion for fun-loving music oozes from every single one of his sets, albums and singles; he's guaranteed to get the feel-good vibes flowing.
With previous releases on Ninja Tune, Apron and Tartelet, as well as running his own label M$R, and having done several Boiler Room shows, Max has cemented his own innovative place in the global dance music canon, whilst showing nothing but unending enthusiasm with every output.
In support we have the Manchester debut from Xia Xia. Backed by Red Bull Studios in both Tokyo and London on several previous private projects, we are eager to hear what this new name can bring to the table. The inside scoop is that this guy is all about the bounce, drawing vast ethnic influences from all over the world, but keeping it strictly dance-floor focused.
Max Graef [Extended Set] (Ninja Tune/M$R)
Xia Xia (Red Bull Studios)
Expect free chocolate, (limited) free tickets, fun-loving vibrations, bizarre visuals and a whole host of idiosyncrasies at our first party. Peace and dub, Idiom Audio X
Music Genres: Deep/Soulful House, Funky House, Hip Hop, Jazz, World Music
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