The Tuesday Club 18th October: Dusky (Live)

One of the most exciting electronic music duos around, Dusky’s appearance at another sold out Tuesday Club event was a real coup. It’s safe to say they did not disappoint.

Main support on the night came courtesy of Pedram. He had previously appeared on support duties for Wookie, and was able to showcase a different range of sounds in this slot. As clubbers filed into Foundry, Pedram did not disappoint in picking a variety of big tunes from the likes of Disclosure, setting the vibe up for the night nicely. Also worthy of a mention are the strong range of DJs who were appearing in room 2, as part of a takeover from fast rising Sheffield brand Pretty Pretty Good.


A great atmosphere had built when Dusky finally took to the stage. Their visuals were among the best to grace TTC in the last year or so, adding ambience to the venue and perfectly accompanying their set. The 90 minutes mostly consisted of tracks from their stellar new album ‘Outer’. Collaborations with Gary Numan and Wiley – ‘Swansea’ and ‘Sort It Out Sharon’ respectively – were among the best received tunes, and this was testament to the sheer class of the production. A truly memorable performance captivated the crowd.

Things were rounded off by Trevino. His tune choices saw him rise to the occasion of following Dusky, selecting and mixing to an enviable standard. Trevino ensured that another quality night on a high.



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