Kurv Presents Underground Artists
Friday / Saturday, 11pm – 8am
200 York Way, Kings Cross
London, N7 9AX
020 7871 7111 / email@example.com
Adv from £13 – Student members £10 – Egg members £15 – more otd
Genre: House/ Deep House/ Tech-house / Techno / Disco
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KURV is one of the many flagship nights down at Egg and in March they present an Underground Artists special, showcasing the Manchester agency’s finest DJ talent in the form of a very special guest in Finnebassen, as well as Dale Howard, Him_self_her, Cristoph and De Marzo.
Heading this event will be Norway’s Finnebassen, a true underground trooper who is sure to be a massive draw on the night. As a DJ he has played every major club and festival in the world in the last couple of years, from Watergate in Berlin to ADE in Amsterdam. As a producer he serves up dirty, melodic house that is rich in design and high in impact. It comes on labels like NastyFunk, Noir, Underground Audio and many more, and so tonight is sure to be a magical experience.
As well as that, chief Underground Artists man Dale Howard also plays. He has quickly shot up through the ranks and DJ charts for his infectious house beats on labels like Noir, Gruuv, Get Physical and Morris Audio. As such he now spends every weekend playing the most esteemed clubs and festivals around Europe.
Next up from the esteemed Underground Artists crew are Him_self_her, a house act with a big current buzz and following, with support from the likes of Pete Tong, Jamie Jones, Hot Since 82, Solomun, H.O.S.H, Lee Foss, and Sandy Rivera. Damian Lazarus has just signed the pair to Crosstown Rebels, with the production duo from Leicester are currently taking the scene by storm. Perhaps best known for their release ‘Gone Too Long’ on Cream Couture records in 2012, the track spent 11 weeks at No 1 in the Beatport New Disco chart, and spent a mind blowing 7 months in the top 10.
Finally from Underground Artists, there’s a new kid on the block and he is starting to make quite a stir in the North of England. The hugely talented up-and-comer, Cristoph, is set for a big future in the world of dance music and we’ll no doubt see that over the course of the next 12 months. Big things are expected from the young Geordie, whose DJ sets and productions range from Deep House to Tech House to Techno, integrating heavy basslines with quality, uplifting melodies, appealing to a broad spectrum of fans.
UK talent De Marzo also plays, and is someone who’s released on Hot Creations, Noir, Glasgow Underground and more, always honing a meticulously produced deep house and tech sound that makes dance floors come alive. TERRACE