Friday December 10th @ supperclub 657 Harrison St.
With DJs... Nick Warren, Dave Seaman, Rooz, Gunz and Aaron pope, Santiago Lopez, Dj Thuyvu, Dimitri Playdoughboy, and Constantine
Grab $15 discount tickets:
supperclub and Christian bring you two of the UK's top progressive house producers and DJ's, Nick Warren and Dave Seaman together in one night. With over 20 famed Global Underground and Renaissance mix compilations between them, Nick Warren and Dave Seaman are amongst the most acclaimed progressive house DJs in the world. Right up there with legends like Sasha, John Digweed, Danny Tenaglia and Paul Oakenfold. Dont miss this rare chance to catch them both in one night in the intimate setting of supperclub. Not to mention, supperclub is bringing in the Function1 sound to blow the roof off. Grab $15 presale tickets as its a steal!
Nick Warren is an English house DJ and producer. He is well-known for his eight albums released in the Global Underground series and as a member of the duo Way Out West. He is head of A&R for the progressive house and breaks record label Hope Recordings.By the early 1990s, Warren had become one of the more popular DJs in Bristol, performing regularly at the superclub Vision and DJ-ing for Massive Attack. In the mid 1990s, Nick Warren began a residency at Liverpool dance club Cream. In 1997, Warren was given the opportunity to mix the second entry in the still young Global Underground series. The album, Global Underground 003: Prague, is a live set of Warren's from Prague. Although labelled as 003, this was actually only the second release on the Global Underground label. This began a relationship with Global Underground which led to Warren creating seven additional mix albums for the series, including Global Underground 008: Brazil, Global Underground 011: Budapest, Global Underground 018: Amsterdam, Global Underground 024: Reykjavík, Global Underground 028: Shanghai, Global Underground 030: Paris, and Global Underground 035: Lima.
Dave Seaman is a British dance music DJ and record producer. He was formerly a member of the DMC Publishing, and editor of music magazine Mixmag. He formed one half of Brothers In Rhythm with Steve Anderson, doing production work for (amongst others) Pet Shop Boys and Kylie Minogue. He has since founded Audio Therapy record label. He is also well-known for his 20+ mix compilations releases on the famed Renaissance Masters Series' (see Renaissance (club)), MixMag, Back to Mine and Global Underground.