Darkshire Presents: Revaux and Deadline at The Speakeasy

9th February 2018 @ 9:30 pm – 10th February 2018 @ 3:00 am
The Speakeasy
Bridge St
Hereford HR4 9DG

Darkshire Presents: Revaux and Deadline at The Speakeasy

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Darkshire presents our debut drum and bass night at The Speakeasy Bar, Hereford. With Headline Performances from Revaux and Deadline as well as support from local talent.
Doors open: 9.30pm – 03:00am.
Door cost:  £7.00 before 10.30pm £9.00 after.
Disorder will not be tolerated… NO THUGS NO MUGS. We aim to deliver a night full of good vibes and good music so please be respectful to one another.

Drum & Bass duo from Yorkshire. Ranging from deep liquid rollers to up-front tech.
Revaux is the collective name for Yorkshire based brothers, Ru & Joe Brooks. Having broken onto the scene with their debut release ‘Solidify’ on Authentic Music, Revaux continue to go from strength to strength and show no sign of slowing down.

Their productions range from dance-floor bangers, through minimal tech to deep, rolling liquid, with each track bringing their undeniably unique flavour.

With multiple plays on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, Noisia Radio, Rinse FM, Bassdrive and more, it is safe to say that the music these boys are making is starting to turn the heads of the scenes biggest players.

Revaux dig deep for their live sets, bringing flavours from all corners of D&B. Whether they play at 11pm or 5am, their quick-fire 3 deck mixes and unparalleled selection will be sure to tear up any dance floor. Their renowned sets has seen them support the likes DJ Hazard, Ed Solo, Ant-TC1, Signal and DJ Storm to name a few.


Resident DJs for Shogun Audio and Skankandbass, winners of the Evermix Drum & Bass DJ Competition.
Deadline are two of the most exciting next generation DJs currently making moves in drum & bass. Already respected by many in the industry for their eclectic selection and fast-paced mixing, in the space of a year the duo have become resident DJs for Shogun Audio and Skankandbass, won the Evermix Drum & Bass DJ competition judged by jungle legend Micky Finn and supported some of the biggest names in the scene such as Noisia, Friction and Alix Perez.

Having met at the Void stage at Outlook Festival in 2014, sharing mutual admiration for the likes of S.P.Y, Break, Marcus Intalex, Calibre and SpectraSoul, Pete and Ollie set up the Deadline project in March 2016. Since their debut at The Nest in London, the pair have created a catalogue of mixes, producing over 8 hours of content for platforms such as Fabric, Shogun Audio, Critical Sound and Skankandbass.

With their debut release scheduled for the second half of the year, Deadline’s journey is just beginning.




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