Sidney Charles, GW Harrison, Pirate Copy + support tbc
Pirate Copy (Kaluki Musik & Solar) - Our first headliner, Pirate Copy has performed at some of the biggest and most recognised events in music such as Fabric London, ELROW, The BPM Festival, The Warehouse Project, Parklife Festival, We Are FSTVL, Forbidden Forest.
His unique sound has earned him a string of releases on labels such as ELROW Music, Material and Sola. However his latest HQ, Kaluki Musik, has proved to be the perfect hub for Pirate Copy releases, notching up several top ten’s on Beatport’s Tech House Top 100 to date. With such a high quality of production, his tracks have been picked up by some huge names from Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed and Solardo.
GW Harrison (ABODE & Amnesia resident) - Our second headliner, George, went on to secure bookings for the final year of Space Ibiza hosting GW Harrison & Friends. His dominating summer track 'When House Takes a Journey , released in June, was pioneered by Mix-mag as 'baseline of the year' and listed in the Radio 1's '2017 biggest tracks of the year.'
The past year has seen GW playing a host of world-renowned shows including Annie Mac’s Lost and Found, ELROW, LoveBox, Knee Deep in Sound, Forbidden Forest, ABODE In The Park, and many more. This has enabled him to perform on line ups with the likes of Patrick Topping, Alan Fitzpatrick, Pawsa, Solardo, Max Chapman, Andrea Olivia and many more.
Sidney Charles (AVOTRE) - Finally our last headliner, Sidney Charles, Signed to AVOTRE record label, Sidney has perfomed around the world from the UK and Ibiza to South America in places like Argentina and Uruguay bringing his funk style of tech with him.
This has allowed Sidney to play in some of the biggest events in the world like ELROW, ABODE, The WHP and Fabric London, playing with the likes of Sante, Solardo, ANOTR, Patrick Topping, Darius Syrossian, Skream and many more. Some of you may have watched Sidney already as he took over on stage from Patrick Topping to close an unbelievable night at ELROW Ibiza this year at Radio 1.