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Nightvision presents | Terminal V Launch Party on Saturday 18th September 2021
Nightvision presents Terminal V Launch Party
ROOM 3 TBA
Returning to the Liquid Rooms complex next month, we curate a line-up for you all that touches on the past, present and future Terminal V events.
Upstairs in the original Liquid Room, we have Terminal V 2018 + 2019 favourite MALL GRAB returning to the capital after what feels like a very long 2 years since he played last.
Alongside Mall Grab we have fellow Australian and the very unique hotly tipped DJ/producer and more recently, live streamer - PARTIBOI69 making his Scottish debut. While he might bring a serious amount of tongue in cheek humour to his music his retro leaning house, breaks, and techno hits the right spot.
Rising Ibiza based talent CICI and Edinburgh based Franck completes the room, both making their debuts for TV + NV.
The Warehouse takes it tougher with Berlin's KOBOSIL back in Edinburgh, with memories still floating around of his monstrous hard-hitting techno set in Area V at Terminal V - April 2019.
Joining him sees another Berliner, the enigmatic Beirut born techno act NUR JABER, also making her debut with us, ahead of her Terminal V Berlin 2022 appearance. Known for her energetic, raw and emotional techno, expect to be held on the dance floor from start to finish.
Rising Scottish star AVNU also joins us, recently signed to Maceo Plex's Ellum Audio, with a forthcoming album on the way for Maceo, definitely a Scottish act on the rise to the top.
A third room on the lower level will feature a selection of local talents.
Come join us ahead of October, this will be an unmissable launch party after the long break apart!
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