AC13 / Hitchin / Resonant Frequencies X Strawberries & Creem on Friday 8th January 2021
AC13 / Hitchin / Resonant Frequencies X Strawberries & Creem
*** AGE RESTRICTION! 18+ ONLY! ***
Ahead of another expected sell out Strawberries and Creem festival this summer, a special event with long standing Hitchin event promoters, Resonant Frequencies will be taking place at Club 85 this Easter. For their first event together they have decided to team up to bring you a rising star of the Drum and Bass the scene, AC13. As well as Strawberries & Creem festival co-founder and Warning Resident Cardinal Sound!!!
// AC13 //
Hailing from Camden, London 19-year-old producer AC13 is a name who has proved himself as one of the hottest names in Drum and Bass at the moment. Having recently captured the eyes of Drum and Bass giants Noisia, whilst gathering consistent support from the likes of Ray Keith, Pola & Bryson, Kasra and countless others his production quality appears only to be strengthening by the day. With a multitude of high calibre label releases under his belt, including signed releases on Soulvent and Born on Road, his release schedule for 2019 is truly something to behold. His niche sound amalgamates new age jungle with a dark roller influence, projecting him into a similar category as the likes of Benny L, T>I and the grossly successful KOTR.
// Cardinal Sound //
Cardinal Sound makes his Hitchin debut this Easter representing Strawberries & Creem festival. With his own radio show on Reprezent Radio, appearances on Rinse FM and now a Warning resident. Cardinal Sound is an in demand producer and DJ who has a bright future ahead of him.
// RESONANT FREQUENCIES //
Facebook: Resonant Frequencies
Expect: Drum & Bass / Jungle
Tickets starting from £5
Music Genres: Bass Music, Drum n Bass, Jungle, Old Skool, Reggae
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