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Bank Holiday Basement Business with Supernature

Bank Holiday Basement Business with Supernature

Get ready for some Bank Holiday Basement Business with Supernature on Sunday. This one's gonna be a must for all disco, house and boogie fans. Get it in your diaries. FREE ENTRY as always.

This month, bringing the bank holiday vibes, we have not one, but two guest DJs, Neil Diablo and DJ Lloyd Bevan as well as Supernature residents, BB, RIchie Vinyl and Rob Jones.

Neil is head honcho at Manchester’s El Diablo’s Social Club since 2003 and label boss at To Rack & Ruin edit imprint & El Diablo’s Social Club Recordings and has played alongside some amazing names such as Todd Terje, PrinsThomas, Chez Damier, Metro Area, Craig Richards, Justin Vandervolgen, Greg Wilson, Maurice Fulton, to name but a few.

More recently Neil has been working on a new collaboration project with Ron Basejam (James Baron from Crazy P). In May 2015 they released their first EP on legendary Bristol house label Futureboogie Recordings to great acclaim, with a follow up EP in 2017.

https://soundcloud.com/neildiablo/love-international-comedown-mix-neil-diablo

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Published: 13-Apr-2017

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