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Gorilla in Manchester to host Kaluki showcase

Gorilla in Manchester to host Kaluki showcase

The Manchester based record label and party series Kaluki will be hosting a label showcase at Gorilla in Manchester on Friday the 26
th of August.

Having been one of the pinnacle forces in Manchester’s electronic music scene since 2006, Kaluki have a worldwide reputation and are lucky to be known for their parties that were some of the final ever in the historic hometown nightclub, Sankeys Soap. Over the past decade the brand has held home at the newer venue, however they have expanded their reach into pastures new with a string of tour dates as well as the record label that has released music from the likes of Jozef K, Max Chapman and Jamie Trench.

This August bank holiday weekend Kaluki will take to another one of Manchester’s best venues to showcase their sounds through performances from a selection of residents and special guests. Headlining the line up that will be bringing in five of today's most sought after artists is Solardo. Known for their recent music on the dance floor dominating Hot Creations, Solardo have become one of the most in demand duos of today in a very short time, with performances at clubs all over the globe as well as almost every dance festival this past summer.

Solardo will be joined by Leftwing & Kody, another duo who over the past couple of years have enjoyed a non-stop schedule thanks to releases on Mobilee and Truesoul. Also on the bill is more Hot Creations flavour from Jey Kurmis, as well as the Kaluki residents Pirate Copy and Pete Zorba.

Words by Andrew Kemp
Photo courtesy of Solardo

Gorilla in Manchester to host Kaluki showcase

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