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As Is(olates): Six hours of digital goodness

Crowdfunder for Foodhall coming soon...

by Now Then Sheffield
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For the third instalment of As Is, the party crew will be taking over IsoLates and serving up six hours of digital goodness, streaming the mixes on their YouTube channel from 8pm.

Here's what you can look forward to...

Lisene

With an impressive technical prowess behind the turntables and a whole host of impressive releases out on solo tips or alongside his fellow Space Cadet Adam Pits, you can expect two of hours of power from Lisene for this one.

Strap yourselves in for everything from psy-tinged techno, house trickled with trance and anything else he may have found on his travels through time and space.

Eksish

Fast becoming a regular on the club circuit, Eksish has shown that she's got the rollers and the groovers to bring the house down at any party. With a sound rooted in minimal house and techno, you can look forward to sumptuous and smooth blends.

five six eight

Get your super noodles on the go and stick that £1 pizza in the oven - it's time for tea. Resident and founder five six eight aka Tom Colbert represents As Is for this one. You can look forward to anything from floaty jazzy numbers to UKG steppas.

There will also be all sorts of delectable visual synthesis treats in store for you courtesy of Tom Morsli (@tm_synth).

Check out the Facebook event here for more info.

Foodhall is a volunteer-powered community hub in the heart of Sheffield. During the COVID-19 pandemic it is their priority to ensure that everyone can access the food they need. They provide food and support to members of the public, especially those most at risk and isolated.

This Crowdfunder is to raise funds that will buy essential items for their food parcels and prepared meals, and support the efforts of their volunteers during this time. Please consider donating if you're able to.

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by Now Then Sheffield

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