Cleric launches his Kerobokan party with FOLD residency kicking off with Luke Slater, Felicie, The Lady Machine, Mosai

Cleric, the enigmatic northerner returns to FOLD for his latest creative output, Kerobokan. The new event series curated by Cleric debuted at the club in August, and the second instalment of Kerobokan is scheduled to touch down in the East London club on the 23rd of October. Bringing a festival-worthy line up to the intimate confines of the dark, smokey dancefloor.

Joining Cleric on the night is Luke Slater. The British DJ was an early adopter of the Techno sounds emerging from North America, pioneering a new direction alongside other European lumanories. Ever evolving and frequently reconstructing his sound with wide-ranging output under a host of different aliases. With a forthcoming album due for release later this year, Kerobokan offers a chance to see the man shredding the decks in a much smaller venue than he usually frequents.

Parisian Felicie will be conducting a special B2B with Cleric – ensuring high octane slammers will be rumbling out of the speakers over the course of their set. Joining them will be Brazilian heavy-hitter Lady Machine, known for taking no prisoners with her upfront selection. Rounding out the lineup will be London based Structure head Honcho Mosai.

FOLD became a staple of the UK club scene with building a tight-knit, inclusive, techno community. With its intense, custom-built sound system and no photo policy rule, it acts as a safe hedonistic space for all. And when the sun rises up through the shutters and lays across the dance floor magical moments arise.

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Director and DJ, Ian French (Naif) is passionate about many genres of music from Breakbeat and Drum & Bass to Techno and Electronica. A man that lives in a world of bass and beats, Ian is an obsessive collector of music and a true geek at heart, with many years spent in application design.