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Friendly Potential: BICEP [Feel My Bicep / UK]

Fri Sep 30th, 2016

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Doors open: 9:30 pm
Entry: R18
Cover charge: $30+bf

Friendly Potential is back with some old friends...

After a sell out show last year, it was only a matter of time before we asked the crazy Irishmen that are BICEP back for another dance.

BICEP [Feel My Bicep / UK]

Tickets on sale 9am Monday 8th August from here: http://bit.ly/BICEP16TIX

Support from Friendly Potential DJ's as well special guests Sandboards & Sportscrew.

BICEP:

London based, Belfast-born blogger-production- dj duo Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson need little by way of introduction. Their ‘Feel My Bicep blog’ is the go-to place for tastemakers world-wide for lost and forgotten disco / Chicago house / Detroit techno / Italo edits and everything in-between. On a production tip, they have released on such labels as Throne Of Blood, Traveller Records, Mystery Meat and 2012 saw their critically acclaimed track $tripper get released on Love Fever hitting the top chart spots on Juno and selling out worldwide.

Now with over 3 years of international touring behind them the duo set their focus on 2016 which has already proved to be a prominent year. Working on their debut album as well as releasing remixes and more one-off tracks. They remixed Isaac Tichauer with a track titled Higher Level as well as further mixes for Ian Pooley and Brassica. FMB006 also comes in the form of a Bicep remix, with the duo taking on the classic Blaze track Lovelee Dae, (To be released on Feel My Bicep Records in August of 2016.) A further Hammer collaboration for AUS Music’s 100th release, titled Aracari, was also put out in Summer 2016. Plans for FMB007 are set with the Bicep remixes of 808 State’s classic track ‘In Yer Face’ finally seeing the light of day. Following on from this FMB008 and 9 are both planned for release before the year ends. 2016 was also the year that saw Bicep develop a Live show. This was debuted at Moogfest in the US before touring a handful of consciously picked clubs and festivals, (Field Day in London, Ava Festival in Belfast and Sub Club in Glasgow.) These early live shows were predominantly seen as a teaser before more live touring in 2017.


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