DUKE DUMONT

Duke Dumont

The Arches, Colours and Capital FM present

Duke Dumont

FCL | Underground Paris | Tasker | The Shimmy

Sat 12 Oct 2013 | 10pm-3am | £20 + booking fee

Duke Dumont comes to The Arches on Saturday 12th October, with support from FCL, Underground Paris and local collective The Shimmy.

Cafe

10pm – 3am The Shimmy

Main Arch

1.30am – 3am Duke Dumont
12am – 1.30am Tasker (NTS/Boiler Room)
11.15pm – 12am PHON_O
11pm – 11.15pm Tasker (NTS/Boiler Room)

Playroom

12am – 3am FCL and Underground Paris (My Love Is Underground)

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The Arches hosts a night of house music all night long as no.1 smash hit-maker Duke Dumont plays his first set in the club since releasing Need You (100%), the track which saw him rocket to the top of the charts this April. Mentored by Switch, and with two releases on Tiga’s Turbo Recordings, Duke Dumont made a name for himself as remixer du jour as early as 2006 with strong house versions of pop tracks from the likes of Santigold, Bat For Lashes, Lily Allen and Aluna George. His latest track, Hold On featuring MNEK, is a smooth, effortless vocal-focused house classic, released this July and already a firm favourite on the dancefloor.

He’s joined by two of our favourite names in house right now, both making their debut Arches appearance. Belgian duo FCL, aka Ruurt en Wilfried, are the masterminds behind such club classics as Let’s Go, More Than Seven and the cover version of ESP’s It’s You.

Best known as the founder of independent Parisien house label My Love Is Underground, Underground Paris is a house-obsessed producer and DJ in his own right and, if his second label release Paris Underground Trax Vol 1 is anything to go by, we’re expecting a set of the best in Chicago-influenced, piano-heavy, techno-tinged deep house.

Also on the bill are Tasker (from Boiler Room, NTS and Phonica Records – check out his own Boiler Room mix for a taste of his impressive selection) and Glasgow party collective The Shimmy.


18+
Please enter through Argyle Street entrance

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