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Flash Mob presents Drums Of Death

Flash Mob presents Drums Of Death

Fri 28th Jun @ 11pm - 3am £5.00

Drums of Death 
Barrientos
Vandelay

From his time spent exploiting the sub-driven rave of early tracks, through to his dabbling in a heavy-hitting live show and the more dancefloor-focussed machine-funk of the recent ‘Waves Trilogy’, the name Drums Of Death is synonymous with highly original, personality-driven dance music of the highest calibre.

A favourite amongst the Glasgow crowds, the ex-pat voodoo child is back to wow us once more. Having recently moved on from the Waves Trilogy into fresh territories, recent tunes like Bang The Dub and This Night have put the wheels in motion for what is set to be a very big and bold year for new Drums Of Death music. We’d go on about it, but in his words he makes electronic music for body movement and he’s dead right. You’re in his house now!

Making his Flash Mob debut will be local boy wonder Barrientos. His Sky EP released way back in 2011 was one of the highlights of that year but it’s his recent work including remixes for the likes of Romanthony, Walker & Royce and Visitor that has really caught the blogosphere’s interest. A forthcoming EP on the legendary Glasgow Underground will cement his position as one of the best new talents to emerge from the dear green place. For some the Sky is the limit, but for Barrientos it was merely a starting point.

And no Flash Mob event is complete without resident Vandelay on the ones and twos. Get down early to catch a little bit of this and a little bit of that from one of the cities most diverse and on point selectors.