Win tickets to the FMLY showcase at The Great Escape

Brighton’s FMLY Agency are hosting a showcase event at Hideout on the city’s seafront, as part of The Great Escape festival. Featuring La Fleur, Denis Horvat, Suze Rosser and local Brighton band LOYAL, it celebrates FMLY’s 3rd year anniversary as well as bringing a premier line-up of electronic music to the weekend!

Making her Brighton debut, Berlin resident La Fleur will be bringing her signature sounds which have made her a huge hit at Hot Since 82’s ‘Labyrinth’ parties over the last year, both in Ibiza and London’s Tobacco Dock. With a great catalogue of its spanning labels as esteemed as Cocoon, Watergate and Last Night on Earth, 2018 is set to be La Fleur’s year.

Denis Horvat has released on labels including Innervisions, AEON Audio and Afterlife. His DJ credentials include ADE and some major Off Sonar parties, so expect a blinding and complex set of deep and melodic techno at Hideout.

LOYAL is a band, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps that’s the key. A Brighton-based collective whose ranks are occasionally swollen by a whole host of auxiliary members – including a five-piece choir – to try and understand exactly what is would be to miss the point. To listen to LOYAL is to enter a movie theatre halfway through the greatest film you never saw only to be instantly gripped and confounded at the same time. Expect a truly unique DJ set on this very special night.

Suze Rosser is a Brighton-based artist and has been described as a ‘fantastic, discerning and technically perfect DJ’ Suze has help residencies at Patterns, MONO and most currently The Arch in Brighton, and hosts bi-weekly radio show ‘Inspired Presents ‘Radio’ on Brighton’s leading dance station 1BTN.

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The FMLY TGE Showcase comes to Brighton’s Hideout on Thurs 17 May 2018 (11pm – 5am). Tickets £10+

www.hideoutbrighton.com

www.fmly.agency

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