Clouds, JD Twitch, HaHaHa and more

Processed Beats presents

Clouds, JD Twitch, HaHaHa and more

Fri 16 Nov 2012 | 9pm-3am | £7/£5 in advance | £10/£7 on door

2am – 3am Clouds
1am – 2am JD Twitch
12.15am – 1am HaHaHa
11.45pm – 12.15am Roman Nose
11pm – 11.30pm Any Color Black
10.15pm – 10.45pm Indian Red Lopez
9.30pm – 10pm Ginger Beard Men

Processed Beats are delighted to announce the much-anticipated return of its monthly club night. The night, which focuses on electronic music, throws the most promising electronic acts into a room with some of the best in the business and we are pleased to confirm the Arches as our new home for the foreseeable future.

After the success of the last few shows, which saw blistering sets from up-and-coming acts Fridge Magnets and Nevada Base fused with Hot Chip’s Felix Martin and Sons And Daughters’ naughtiness on the decks, we’ve decided to hurl another unusual mixture together on the same bill.

Headlining the Arches on Friday the 16th of November will be Glasgow’s Clouds alongside Optimo’s JD Twitch. Support on the bill will be DJ/producer HaHaHa, T-Break 2012 winners Roman Nose, Aberdeen’s Indian Red Lopez, and respective duo’s Any Colour Black and Ginger Beard Men.

Coinciding with the return is the launch of Founders Craig Reid and Paul McCrossan are aiming to “build a passionate community” with the website, declaring they want it to be a “one-stop shop for electronic music in Glasgow” featuring interviews, reviews and a platform for acts to submit their demos, mixes and tracks.

Processed Beats want anyone who has a love for electronic music to be involved. “Anyone’s welcome on the website; already-established DJ’s, indie bands who love to mess around with synths, even the kids sitting in their bedroom making demos with a mixer and a Gameboy. Even if you have no idea where to start in this genre, our website is the perfect place to be educated. It’s shaping up to be the best electronic night in Glasgow and the website will soon be the leading haunt for electronic music lovers in Scotland”.

Please enter through Midland Street entrance