On Friday the 7th of October we are back with another Undersound gathering at a brand new venue in East London, The Bridge. The club has been conceived by the team behind Studio338 and we are happy to see another intimate venue popping up in such a difficult moment for the UK nightlife.
Continuing with our focus on bringing innovation to our music programming, bringing together established artists and newcomers from various scenes, we have put together a special line up which is very close to our heart.
After months in the making, we have finally invited Madrid based artist DJF Aka Ideograma to play at our party. Whilst the music heads will know him for his amazing production skills and releases on labels such as Semantica Records and his own Prayers for the Long Life , Ideograma is also an amazing dj with more than 20 years of experience. Since his debut in 1992 he has never stopped delighting audiences with his talent, good taste and ability to do magic on the decks. With a vast musical background Ideograma has never left the true underground scene, and we can't wait to listen to him at Undersound.
Quest is one of the most talented young djs we have come across on our journey. He has exceptional music taste, solid mixing skills, and a very positive personality. It is a rarity to come across a dj that is so young but so confident on the decks at the same time. We are sure Quest will have a bright future in the music industry, and we are very happy to welcome him to our party.
Sohrab is steadily becoming a regular at our events, he is a skilled selector with great technique and one of our local favourites, and it's always a pleasure to have him with us.
Now more than ever it is crucial to come together in support of organisatios that have as key purpose to protect and norture UK Nightlife. We fully support the Nightlife Matters Campaign and would like to invite you to sign and share the petition on this link if you haven't done it yet:
You can also donate an amount of your choice, which will go towards various activities that the NTIA is supporting, most importantly at the moment the legal battle that Fabric will have to face in order to appeal against the dreadful decision from Islington Council to permantently revoke their license