It’s been full steam ahead for Friction since returning from his monumental tour of New Zealand.
During his time back in the UK he’s found time to perform a very special live stream from the KIA Oval cricket ground in London. Production wise, last week he released his new single ‘Falling Down ft. Poppy Baskcomb’ which came out on Elevate Records, the label he owns with long time business partner K-Tee.
Then this week he announced a brand new headline show in London ‘Friction presents After Dark‘
Friction presents After Dark, will be taking place on Friday 1st October at the E1 venue in London.
In his own words Friction said about this event, “I could not be happier to announce my biggest headline London show to date! I’m going to be taking over E1 London with an extended set + Linguistics & some VERY special guests. Selling out Village underground was one of the best moments of my career so I’m absolute buzzing to be taking my After Dark show to E1.“
Special guests to play alongside Friction & Linguistics on the night are yet to be announced. Sign up for more info & to get access to pre-sale tickets via Skiddle.
We’re excited to see who he’s going to draft in to fill out this line up. As soon as we find out we’ll share the details with you.
What To Expect
Get a taster of the sort of fire Friction is set to unleash on E1 on 1st October by getting your ears around the afore mentioned live stream that he did in conjunction with UKF.
Expect high energy mixing and music from across the full spectrum of drum & bass music, no doubt plenty of Friction & Elevate exclusives in the mix as well!
Wall Of Sound
E1 boasts East London’s biggest Funktion One ‘Wall of Sound’, which means it’s going to be loud! Really f**king loud!! The Funktion One website talks about E1’s sound system installation, saying that their “state-of-the-art Funktion-One Evo system delivers powerful purity and crystal clarity”.
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