Ed Rush & Optical
Get your discount tickets at: http://fla.vor.us/1127462-Ed-Rush-and-Optical-w-Loadstar-tickets/Ed-Rush-and-Optical-w-Loadstar-Houston-Stereo-Live-June-09-2012.html
For tables and bottle service please email :: firstname.lastname@example.org
NightCulture is about to change Houston Nightlife FOREVER. Each and every Saturday we will be hosting the world's best Electronic Dance Music Artists from around the globe.
InStereo will have its GRAND OPENING EVENT Saturday, June 2nd. It is time to make InStereo your home each and every Saturday.
Upcoming InStereo Events:
June 9 - Ed Rush & Optical
June 16 - Dash Berlin
June 23 - DJ Bl3nd
June 30 - Porter Robinson + Mat Zo + M Machine
July 14 - Nadia Ali + Starkillers
Do you love electronic music?
**** http://nightculture.com/join-nightculture ****
For future events in & around Houston check out:
Local Support by: TBA
Facebook RSVP: http://www.facebook.com/events/369200513138205/
Ed Rush & Optical
Both Ed Rush and Optical are co-heads of a drum and bass record label called Virus Recordings, based in London UK
Both have earned fame separately with optical technology tracks on Goldie and Grooverider's albums and releasing some excellent solo songs on the likes of Prototype 31 and Metro Ed Rush also has countless versions including the No U-Turn, where he and Nico 1st, stressed dark era drum and bass with the masterpiece album Torque, and Metalheadz where he produced such classics as "The Raven" and "Locust"
The 1998 debut album Wormhole is considered a widely respected genre classic Their second album The Creeps (2000) became reknowned and Their third album, The Original Doctor Shade (2003) still garners massive applause on the dance floor's Year 2004 they released a mix CD release Out of the box that caught the inside of their vinyl bags these days and included a DVD with interviews and videos in 2005, he released the Virus Vault's a compilation of unreleased songs capture in 1996-2005 In 2006 released They finally a new album Chameleon It used a new concept, they wanted to play the new songs live live performance was something completely new to the whole virus crew they still headline festivals and events to play alone or together as a DJ
It is generally said that their best work is done together even if there is a vocal minority of fans who will loudly say that their career took a creative plunge for Wormhole