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With hundreds of people still buzzing about the previous week’s sold out season launch, The Tuesday Club returned to Foundry on 28 September with another stellar line up.

After resident DJ Andy H performed his standard hour long set to get the crowd going, Jax Jones took to the decks. Jones supported Bondax at TTC last year, and his stock has since risen thanks to high-profile remixes and his summer smash ‘House Work’. He relied less on remixes than he did last October, and his command of the decks has improved significantly. An hour’s worth of quality bass house had the crowd bouncing, with ‘House Work’ getting the biggest reaction. Jones proved he has what it takes to continue his mainstream success.

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Next up was Chris Lorenzo, best known for  collaborations with Hannah Wants. Over the course of 75 minutes, he delivered an incredibly strong set. Signature song ‘Rhymes’ met with a huge response, flowing nicely into a ‘Pump Up The Jam’ edit. The likes of ‘Nightmare’ demonstrated how strong his solo efforts are. Artists from Ed Sheeran to Kendrick Lamar were also featured and remixed, in a relentlessly strong set.

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In the closing slot was Friend Within. If you’ve stepped foot in a club in the last 18 months, you’ll have probably heard ‘The Renegade’ at least once. However, Friend Within proved there is far more to his talents than what is currently his defining track. Seamless mixing and up-tempo house numbers saw the event off nicely. This was assisted by an incredible atmosphere in Foundry that persisted throughout the night.

While the night seemed to end too soon, this reflected its quality. The event’s three attractions all smashed their performances. For value for money, atmosphere and high quality, high energy dance music, The Tuesday Club remains unbeatable.

Written by: Dominic Penna

Twitter: @DominicPenna

Photography by: Elouisa Georgiou Photography

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