Hidden’s FOUND series has been serving up impressive underground line-ups from across the spectrum of genres, and soon welcomes its TRIX night back in association with electronic genre-hopping cult Streets of Beige for another dose of progressive electronic music from respected Dutch label Clone Records. On Friday, May 11th two of Clone’s imprints – Royal Oak and Basement Series – take over the Vauxhall club with their stripped-back deep soundscapes and enticing grooves set to keep the dancefloors pulsing.
Representing Royal Oak is Gerd, Genius Of Time and Serge. Rotterdam veteran Gerd will be performing live armed with his blissful and, at times, soulful melodies along with teasing vocals hooks. Swedish duo Genius of Time struck a chord with “Houston We Have A Problem” last year but have plenty more smooth tunes to loose yourself in while Clone Records owner Serge will take his pick from the best house, techno, disco and electro his label, and others, offer.
Holding up the Basement Series side of the night will be Dexter, Untold and Conforce. Dexter and Untold will veer away from the strict 4/4 beats of Royal Oak, with the former touching on dub rhythms while Untold is known for his bass-heavy sets which can range from house through to dubstep. The 4/4 will certainly be served up by Conforce who can be relied upon for an authentic analogue bliss alongside their digital expertise.
Get you in the mood for the Clone Records night at Hidden, with a listen to Gerd in action at Berlin’s notorious Panarama Bar, part of the infamous Berghain, as he lays down some jacking beats here.
Streets Of Beige & TRIX present Clone Records
Friday, May 11th
11pm – 7am
Tickets: £12.50 / £15
Get yours here.
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