Knee Deep in Glasgow: Hot Since 82 with Moda Black (SOLD OUT)

The Arches present

Knee Deep in Glasgow: Hot Since 82 with Moda Black (SOLD OUT)

Route 94, Jaymo & Andy George, Andhim, Hauswerks + The Shimmy Club DJs

Sat 11 Oct 2014 | 10pm-3am | Tickets: £18 + £1.80 BF & £1.50 TF (Web Only)


The Arches and Knee Deep in Sound present Hot Since 82, and a Moda Black showcase with Route 94, label-heads Jaymo & Andy George, and Andhim. A night of deep, percussive house music headed up by two of the world’s most sought-after DJs, and one of the UK’s most exciting record labels.

Hot Since 82 is the real deal. The rise and rise of house music producer Daley Padley has been nothing short of “meteoric” (Mixmag, April 2014). Based in Leeds, Padley has been a DJ since the age of 17, but it wasn’t until a fateful night at an Ibiza afterparty that his production work became a focus – after plugging in his iPhone to the soundsystem at a party full of clubbers, his track – Let It Ride – was snapped up by the Noir Music label, smashing its way into the Beatport charts at number three.

Two short years later, Padley has remix credits for the likes of Steve Lawler, Booka Shade and David Lynch, and has released on labels like Get Physical and his spiritual home, Moda Black. He makes regular appearances at clubs like Space Ibiza alongside luminaries such as Carl Cox and Richie Hawtin. His 2013 album Little Black Book, also on Moda Black, saw Padley collect his own upfront productions along with some devastating remixes – including Bigger Than Prince by Green Velvet, which provided his first Beatport number one 2013. His tracks feature regularly in Pete Tong’s Essential New Tunes selections. He brings his Knee Deep In Sound session to Glasgow this October.

The Arches are also pleased to welcome the Moda Black crew back to Glasgow after sell-out dates here and at St. Judes and SWG3. Founded in 2011, and described by Resident Advisor as “one of the UK’s most exciting record labels for electronic music,” their debut release ‘Moda Black Vol. 1′ won the coveted iTunes Dance Album of the Year in 2012. They will be bringing along some top-class support in the form of Route 94, label founders Jaymo  & Andy George, as heard on BBC Radio 1, and acclaimed Cologne ‘super-house’ duo Andhim.

Route 94 has quietly yet forcefully established himself as a distinctive young figure in the house music scene. He began producing deep house in 2010, taking his name from the highway that runs between Chicago and Detroit. His self-released debut EP ‘Fly 4 Life’ attracted the attention of Rinse, who released the worldwide smash hit My Love, featuring Jess Glynne. The track hit number one in the UK charts. Earlier this year he delivered his second EP ‘Misunderstood’ on Matt Tolfrey’s Leftroom Records. With his tracks championed by Skream, MK, Annie Mac and Eats Everything, he was tipped as one of Rinse FM‘s artists to watch in 2014, and has produced for Katy B and others.

Hauswerks has notched-up over a decade of studio experience, engineering for globally recognised names such as Steve Lawler and Anthony Pappa. In 2013, Hauswerks turned his attentions to his own productions, joining forces with Moda Black to unveil a volley of original EP’s, remixes and collaborations. Make no mistake, Hauswerks’ music hits you right below the waist. Unforeseen fills, off-kilter samples and warping vocals effortlessly flow from his insanely infectious grooves – creating throbbing terrace bombs that speak a language all of their own.

Room 3 will be hosted by Glasgow collective The Shimmy Club. No strangers to The Arches, the collective have hosted rooms at Hot Creations, Rebel Rave and Circo Loco alongside their own unique parties monthly at Saint Judes. It’s a full team sheet with Vilmos, This Is I and Miss7.

Tickets £18 + £1.80 BF & £1.50 TF (Web Only)
18+ (ID Required)
Enter via Midland Street