The Subliminal head honcho has had a hiatus from the UK club scene, but broke this in stunning fashion at the tail end of last year. Hitting the likes of Church in Leeds and Egg London, the house music master reminded everyone why he remains one of the most prized global talents with a slew of sets which confirmed his rare ability to match crowd pleasing charisma with underground appeal and technical ability.
Underground has been bringing the hype to Liverpool since it opened in a flurry of excitement in October. Ben Klock, Ame, Magda and more have all rocked the joint, and whilst 2016 will see the likes of Greg Wilson and Dale Howard hold court before the year is out, its 2017 when the club will really show it means business. Knight of course has been equally prolific. His huge collaboration with Lee Van Dowski, ‘Fall Down on Lee’, has alongside ‘Yebisah’ been one of the smashes of 2016, Read more […]
Liverpool’s freshest club Underground has had an inspiring start, adding a fresh musical assault on the city’s clubbing terrain. Ben Klock got the momentum going, with further underground techno turns from Ame, Magda, Paws and SEFF, but as December swings by it’s the time for a new musical shift with the return of two favourites of the city’s scene. That pairing is party starters du jour Freeze and one of Merseyside’s strongest musical voices, Greg Wilson.