TS Audio presents Hereford Outlook Launch Party

Jun 15 2018 21:00 - Jun 16 2018 03:00

Left Bank, Bridge St, HR4 9DG Hereford

TS audio are back once again with our biggest event to date! Outlook festival launch party 2018! Expect the sick vibes as always alongside some of the biggest names in the game at this moment in time with the boys from method delivering the sound duties as always!!

The left bank is running strict security! ID's will be checked upon entry if there is no ID or security deems the ID as fake there will be no choice but to not allow you into the venue! If anyone is caught in possession of illegal substances you will immediately be kicked out by the bouncers and the police will be notified!

Plain and simple people - NO THUGS NO MUGS!!!

Event Time - 9PM - 3AM

Ticket Price - £8/£10/£12

On The Door - £15

Set Times

TS Audio Residents - 9pm - 11pm

Jonny Be Good - 11pm - 12am

Doc Scott - 12am - 1.30am

Xtrah - 1.30am - 3am

Doc Scott - A true veteran and leading tastemaker in D&B, Doc Scott has been an essential and pivotal figure in the scene since before its inception and continues to push things forward. Founding member of ‘A Bunch Of Cuts’, his DJ sets in the mid-90s became legendary, notably at the Metalheadz Blue Note sessions and ‘Speed’. Although primarily a DJ, his productions are definitive classics within the scene, such as ‘Here Comes The Drumz’ on Reinforced, the first ever Metalheadz release ‘VIP Drumz’, to the more mellow sounds of ‘Tokyo Dawn’ on Good Looking Records. His own label 31 Records, sparked by Scott’s ground-breaking ‘Shadow Boxing’, has also been a hub for new talent, pushing some of the biggest artists today in their early days. Having recently re-launched the label, Om Unit’s remix of ‘Shadow Boxing’ is the first release of 2014, with many others to follow. The New Year also marks a fresh start for Doc Scott, as he makes his long awaited return to the studio.

Xtrah - Talent speaks volumes within the world of drum & bass. In a scene where your music does the talking, Xtrah's is a voice demanding of your attention. The true embodiment of a low end theorist, his sub shaking bass weight and precise ear for beats has played an integral part in Xtrah building a catalogue of releases on some of D&B's biggest labels while amassing numerous fans and peers in the process. Another representative from the talent pool of South West London there's no doubt Xtrah has made an indelible impression since his introduction in 2011. With an array of releases under his belt from his first two releases on the legendary Subtitles imprint: 'Hubble' and 'Arise' gave everyone a taste of Xtrah's stylish production. Critical Music also took notice as did Symmetry boss Break, releasing the track Cyrax as well as getting Xtrah to remix 'Something New' on The Other Side LP. Xtrah is also the first artist to have a full release on Symmetry with his well received Lost Time EP, featuring DRS, Codebreaker and Break himself. 2014 also saw a solo release on Ram Records and an appearance from Xtrah on Andy C's Nightlife 6 compilation, this is soon to be followed up with a release on Goldie's seminal Metalheadz label. A ringing endorsement from two heavyweights like those plus support from other major players on the scene such as Friction and Noisia. With this new talent continuing to rise there are even bigger things to come, it's clear to see that Xtrah is a name you simply can't ignore

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