TECH-NOIR returns to THE VOLKS Club, on Brighton seafront, on Saturday 10th of August, for a big summer party, with the mighty MDE as headliners.
MDE (aka My Digital Enemy) joins Tech-noir residents NICK HOOK and BRODY plus TOM CHUBB, TONY WALLER and birthday girl JENI HIPKISS in the main room, while AGO DE FELICE, MASY, ROB HOLME, OLEG BELSHIN and DJ BROCK spin the tunes in room 2.
Room 1: Underground house and tech house
Room 2: Club classics, old school and funky house
Make sure you arrive early and bring your dancing shoes!
The party kicks off at 11.00pm and finishes around 7.00 am.
Advance tickets are only £7 (including booking fee) from AFTERDARK – ticket link coming soon.
£10 on the door.
If Tech-noir’s previous events at Volks are anything to go by, then this will be one amazing party!
MDE brief biog
MDE’s aim is simple. To create hard hitting, straight to the point records and bring that same energy to the dancefloor via their live shows. Originally known as ‘My Digital Enemy’, and formed by Serg & Kieron who have a long and colourful history of working together under various different guises. They have topped the Beatport charts several times, most notable with ‘Wrong’ on Toolroom Records, ‘On A Ragga Tip’ on Spinnin Deep, and ‘Shamen’ & ‘Don’t Give Up’ on their own Zulu & Vudu Records imprints. The guys have toured worldwide extensively and released hit records on some of the world’s biggest dance music labels gaining a large streaming following with over 20 million streams worldwide on Spotify alone. Recent releases have been on Dirtybird, Toolroom, Simma Black, Heldeep Records, Insomniac Records, Nothing Else Matters & of course their own labels Zulu & Vudu Records.
The sound of MDE has gained the support of BBC Radio 1 DJs such as Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Danny Howard and Mistajam and helped MDE to tour the world’s festival stages including EDC Vegas, Oldenbora Festival in Germany, White Nights Festival, Ukraine and Sunrise Festival, Poland as well as grace the clubs of the world with not many destinations left unvisited. Their consistent delivery continues with releases forthcoming on Toolroom, Perfect Havoc, Zulu Records, Vudu Records and by way of collaborations with Hazzaro, MC Flipside, Far East Movement and UK chart topper MNEK.