This Friday (27th May) sees one of London’s finest forward thinking bass nights hold their very first warehouse event, as Streets of Beige present the SoB Warehouse Party.
With a blitzkrieg of winter and spring parties featuring everyone from Knxwledge, Shortstuff, Fred P and Cupp Cave, Streets of Beige have been making a name for themselves amongst those that know, as their open-minded booking policy and intricate knowledge of the boundaries of beats and bass has brought new talent to the captial on a regular basis.
Their first large scale event features a plethora of established and breaking talent, as they Streets of Beige crew pull put all the stops to provide a line-up for the true heads. Berlin’s 2562 aka. A Made Up Sound headlines, following the release of his absurdly good third album through his own label When In Doubt, whilst Deep Teknologi’s former grime pioneer and now house music aficionado T. Williams shows us what he’s been up to since last years ‘Heartbeat’ anthem.
Also on the bill are Werk Discs gifted beat man Lukid and Black Acre’s bass abuser Blue Daisy, plus seriously talented support in the form of Young Montana?, S.Maharba, Lapalux, Patten, Drop/Dead and Jeeks.
We have 2 pairs of tickets to giveaway to the first person who can answer the following question:
What was the name of 2562’s debut album on Tectonic Recordings?