Clash Live heads north of the border...

This weekend, the long arm of Clash Live heads north of the border to face off with one of Scotland's finest electro/dance club events; Neon Nights.

Our one-off takeover in Dundee, Scotland, will feature the much hyped d-floor destroyer and remixer-du-jour; Grum. Following remixes of Passion Pit, Tommy Sparks and Adam Freeland, the 23 year old DJ has found himself on the lips of dance luminaries such as Annie Mac, Rob Da Bank and Peter Hook (New Order). And he has spent much of 2009 furthering this reputation with slots at Razzmatazz, Bestival, Oya Festival and The Warehouse Project with a future December tour of Australia in the pipeline. Next single 'Heartbeats' (below) drops on October 26th, and has already found itself a staple of DJ sets by Joe & Will Ask, Rex The Dog and Aeroplane.

Grum - Heartbeats from Brian McBlade on Vimeo.

The Clash Live take-over marks 3 years of Neon Nights in Dundee, a period which has seen the likes of Radioclit, Felix Cartal, Jokers Of The Scene, Mystery Jets and Shitdisco all bravely venture north to entice a decidedly hardcore Scottish crowd.

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The basics...

Where: The Reading Rooms (Blackscroft, Dundee)
When: September 26th, 22.30 - 02.30
Cost: £10 on door


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