The one and only famous Boiler Room saw the Future In Sound heads break some moves on the dancefloor.
Minutes away from London Fields station, under a bridge, Boiler Room threw a joint party with Red Stripe – a beer present for some of your most random (and best) parties if you have lived in London for a little while.
For one special late afternoon session, behind the decks we witnessed some fine electronic sounds alongside the building up of bikes by 2 engineers throughout the night. Opening the night and MC throughout, Mr Thris Tian warmed up the warehouse which quickly filled up. Red Stripes in the hands, the ravers creep in closer to the artists.
Relayed by XXXY and Stevie Braiden in a solid b2b session, the duo brought some house and tech to the mansion and pushed up a hyped crowd gathered just a meter from them.
As the event settled into the late hours, the atmosphere kept building until reaching the final b2b of the night, lead by Paul Woolford and Midland! Two heavy DJs and producers, each bringing various electronic shades and not just their own production style. Basslines to heavy kicks, wild rhythmic, uplifting melodies mixed with deep groove, they went past expectation and drove the crowd on its toes until the last minute.
Our Verdict: Boiler Room is one of the most popular underground event and definitely a night really enjoyable (regardless its popularity), as long as you head to the event of your choice and not any boiler room. Finding the right crowd alongside such quality music can be quite tricky
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