30 Jul 2016

French Fries
B.K.R
Tim Sheridan
Justin Berkmann

Sat 30 Jul Starts at 11:00PM

The Box

French Fries
B.K.R
Tim Sheridan
Justin Berkmann

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Saturday Sessions: French Fries, B.K.R, Tim Sheridan, Justin Berkmann | Saturday 30th July | Starts 11pm

French Fries in the Box with massive support from B.K.R, Tim Sheridan and Justin Berkmann

French Fries began in 2013 with the release of his “Everything” EP, which accentuated his arid, bare-bones production approach, whilst also retaining a warm club appeal. Next up was the first ever ClekClekBoom compilation, “PARIS CLUB MUSIC VOL 1”, which was released on cd and double vinyl and followed by a European tour with the entire label’s roster. In 2014 he released his first album, “Kepler” and the second compilation from ClekClekBoom, “PARIS CLUB MUSIC 2” featuring a collection of some of the best tracks of the label and some exclusives including the strong cut “Got It” by French Fries.




BKR Projekt, which launched in July 2014, offers more stripped back grooving techno sounds, which has been very well received by DJs such as Ryan Elliot, Laurent Garnier and Marcel Dettman. BKR Projekt is confirmed for Jamie Jones’ Paradise at DC10 this Summer 2016 joining an eclectic mix of globally renowned artists.


  

Tim Sheridan has been a stalwart of the house and techno scene for over 20 years, regularly playing at major UK clubs such as Back to Basics, Cream, Fabric, The End as well as holding down various residencies in Ibiza. From a long background of warehouses, free beach parties in Ibiza, raves at DC10 and across Europe and the UK, Tim Sheridan’s Veryverywrongindeed parties and its label Veryverywrongindeed Recordings now has rave support from DJs from Dan Ghenacia to Sebo K, Laurent Garnier and Mr C.


With Justin Berkmann we have the original resident of the club returning to his home. Back in 1991 he co-founded Ministry of Sound, and has helped it develop into what it has become today. If there’s anyone who knows how to move a crowd, its him.