Sum Cellar 2nd Birthday | Sat Apr 22 | LAB11 | £8
It’s Sum Cellar’s second birthday and they’ve got a hell of a lot to celebrate, having transformed from a secret cellar event to a hugely popular party in only a couple of years. Sum Cellar have managed to capture that nostalgic house party vibe, but instead of awkwardly standing around the room as you did in old high school gatherings, the entire crowd moves en mass. They never seem to stop to rest; dancing non-stop all night long and who can blame them? With tunes supplied by a stellar line-up including the up and coming Conducta, who will no doubt combine rough UK Garage bass with deliciously smooth R&B vocals creating some gritty rhythms for the crowd to get down to.
Sinners of Fashion | Sat Apr 22 | Amusement 13 | Free
Techno meets Tokyo at this underground fashion networking event, a melting pot for Birmingham’s creative minds to mingle. Expect to see some outrageously striking outfits and futuristic garms both on attendees and strutting down the runway, accompanied by local DJs techno rhythms. It’s a celebration of Birmingham’s up and coming underground talent both within music and fashion and it’ll showcase a range of styles including fashion brands and designer VTG wear all with a tasty Tokyo twist. An inspirational evening of creativity that costs nothing at all – ideal following the bank holiday splurge.
Celebrating 8 Years of Eglo Records | Sat Apr 22 | Hare and Hounds | £10
Leftfoot and MoodFix combine forces to celebrate Eglo Records 8th Birthday with some of the incredibly talented DJs signed to the label. Henry Wu will bring with him effortless style that oozes out of every track he plays. He’s had some high praise from the likes of Giles Peterson and Bonobo, and it’s easy to see why once you listen to any of his sell out records; the tantalising, no fuss rhythms create the perfect laid back party vibe. Alexander Nut and Steve Spacek combine to turn this line-up into a terrific trio, each one of them capable of enchanting the crowd with luxurious beats.
Published on: Tue 11 Apr 2017