Hyperopia: Hot Since 82, Franky Wah, Tommy Farrow

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Hyperopia: Hot Since 82, Franky Wah, Tommy Farrow

Foundry
Fri, 3 Dec
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  • Extend your realm of vision. HYPEROPIA is here. Hot Since 82 (Knee Deep In Sound) Franky Wah (Ministry of Sound) Tommy Farrow (Stress Records) We're moving through the gears fast here at HYPEROPIA. For Round 2 we've outdone ourselves, bringing an absolutely outrageous lineup along for the ride. This time we're at Foundry, with a fully immersive sound and production set up, to put on the biggest party of the year. We can barely believe that we've pulled this one off and we're absolutely buzzing to announce that we're bringing house music royalty to Sheffield. Hot Since 82, the boy from Barnsley, needs absolutely no introduction. For well over a decade now Daley Padley's been trotting the globe to play only the biggest and the best clubs and festival stages around, all while consistently pushing boundaries with his genre-defining production and his unparalleled skills in the DJ booth. Joining him we have somebody who is, quite simply, one of the hottest artists in the world right now. Franky Wah is the name on everyone's lips at the moment, with groundbreaking releases on Ministry of Sound, Eric Prydz's Pryda Recordings and Above & Beyond's Anjunadeep. The last couple of years have seen Luke Storrs meteoric rise as a producer and as a DJ and we're absolutely over the moon to be bringing him to Sheffield fir his debut in the city. Our extremely talented resident DJ Tommy Farrow completes the lineup and will be warming up proceedings on this occasion. The Stress Records signed production don has blown up massively over the last year, with his breakthrough track 'Let's Just' catapulting him to new heights and being named as BBC Radio 1's 'Hottest Record in the World'. He's been integral to the creation and development of HYPEROPIA and we're very proud to have him on board. 18+ Valid photo ID is required for entry Artwork by Pomona Studio
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