Tag: Solardo

The Rainbow Venues Adds Nastia, Nathan Barato, Solardo, And More To Chapter XIII Festival

Birmingham’s premium celebration of House & Techno, Chapter XIII, is set to reveal the second wave of artist additions and brands to their already star-studded line-up taking place across the Easter Weekend 2017. Local Brand Portal will host a secret warehouse takeover, and promise real fireworks with Solardo, Nathan Barato, Arun Verone, Artikal B2B GW Harrison, Tommy Vercetti, Paradox City and Rothstein. If that wasn’t enough, tucked away in a secondary secret location, party-goers will also find another local brand re:cord who will host Techno heroine Nastia, plus tech house star East End Dubs, Patrice Meiner, Leftback label boss Michael McLardy, re:collective, Jake Read B2B ... Read more

Promoter Interview: Kaluki Musik

Formed within the confines of a club basement back in 2006, the rise of celebrated club night and fledgling imprint Kaluki has been so substantial, it’s gone on to solidify itself as one of Manchester’s finest underground music exports of the last decade. Having grown its reputation during a hugely prodigious six year run at Sankeys, Lee Spence and Nick Yates took it upon them to curate a label out of it’s success that, in addition, saw the brand spread Kaluki’s emotive, groove policy of house and techno across Europe, South America and beyond. Rounding off what’s been a hugely ... Read more

Interview: Danny Howard

Danny Howard has exploded to the forefront of the dance music world with an encyclopaedic DJ booth presence: Global Gathering, Gatecrasher, Ministry of Sound, Pacha NYC, Creamfields, the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, and a weekly residency at Pacha in Ibiza. Not to be outdone by gigs, Danny also boasts some 1.8 million listeners on his BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems show, a monthly British Airways podcast, and a monthly column in DJ Mag – Danny Howard is certainly not a man to shy away from responsibility. Yet another of these responsibilities has been head of his own Nothing ... Read more