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Digitise Presents Liquid Beach, Arthur Shillin, Illgorhythms & K on Friday 20th August 2021
LIQUID BEACH(SAND SYSTEM)
From the shore to the streets, Liquid Beach is a project born from a shared love of all things that groove. The founding duo of Alex Cardwell & Lewis Foster honed their craft of carefully blended jazz, soul, and house through the vibrant and diverse scene of the northern city of Manchester. Calling upon their diverse influences they aimed to seamlessly blend the lines between live instrumentation and electronic production.
Shillin is a Brighton legend with Manchester routes. Brighton’s hardest working normally playing at least two shows a night! He’s a man hard to pin down and book! His socially distanced series Shillin Presents has been a staple for a whole host of legendary DJs over the past year. Regularly playing The Volks and Concorde with a plethora of world renowned DJ’s like The Stanton Warriors, Plump DJ’s JFB and many more Shillin’ promises to bring us the very best in Breaks and demonstrate why it is such a loved genre.
Illgorhythms are a Digitise favourite, we’ve had them live and on the livestream and every time they smash it! Expect Ghetto funk through to Bass House and a few of their own new productions along the way!
KIN. We're one big family on this earth and we're in it together. Spreading love and good times with music and dancing are at the heart of this DJ's style. His influences come from all around the globe and most genres. Expect tunes rich in emotional content, with deep bass, funky vibes and chunky beats.
Music Genres: Bass Music, Breaks, Drum n Bass, Electro House, Funky House
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