The London-based party Percolate will be operating in Liverpool on Friday 21st April, with two selectors of the highest order joining the Percolate crew at Underground Liverpool. Featuring Motor City Drum Ensemble and Jeremy Underground on Merseyside, the party will see Percolate introduce themselves to the Liverpool crowd in the most memorable way they can.
A crazy four years have seen Percolate grow from humble beginnings to become a significant player in the London clubbing scene, and forthcoming shows will see them making waves further afield as well, with parties in Amsterdam and Bristol adding to their more regular destinations of London and Manchester. Set to oversee parties with the likes of Leon Vynehall, Honey Dijon, Mister Saturday Night, Levon Vincent and more, the promoters can expect a big year, and they’re certainly announcing themselves in the right way when they arrive in Liverpool.
A firm favourite among both house and disco crowds, Stuttgard’s Motor City Drum Ensemble has been commanding more and more attention over the last few years, with his funk-laden performances made all the more special by their relative infrequency. A master in all things disco, funk and soul, MCDE has also been hailed as a producer, particularly for his Raw Cuts series and an unmistakably huge remix of DJ Sprinkles’ “Grand Central Pt. I”. Also dipping into obscure deep house from bygone eras and spacey new cuts from his peers, he has earned himself a reputation as an obsessive digger in possession of some of the biggest tracks ever to be cut to wax.
Parisian Jeremy Underground is in many ways a similar beast; worshipped as a selector, trusted as a curator and envied as a collector. Putting everything he has into house music, Jeremy’s style is defined by the sounds of the 90s - what he deems the golden age of house music - but stretches far beyond just one era. Constantly on the search for music with real depth, Jeremy Underground couldn’t have chosen a more perfect name; the underground couldn’t have a more worthy representative.
Words by Andrew Kemp
Photo courtesy of Jeremy Underground