Perpetual x Strictly Yes bring DVS1, Manni Dee & Stephanie Skyes to the South West
The unnoticeable rise of industrial-strength techno has been vast throughout the UK, with parties such as House of God, Meat Free and Jaded being prominent figures in the Birmingham, Manchester and London scenes. The epidemic has now spread to the Southwest as Perpetual join forces with Strictly Yes to host DVS1, Manni Dee and Stephanie Sykes on Friday 12th April at Motion.
Bursting onto the scene a little over a year ago, Bristol-based outfit Strictly Yes have thrown a series of breakneck techno parties in some of the city’s most hidden and eccentric spots. The brand’s most recent project, entitled [TRANSITIONS], featured a season of three back to back parties in the derelict high-rise of an old swingers’ club.
With a focus on expression and diversity, the brand has played host to the likes of Jonas Kopp, Benjamin Damage and Nur Jaber, recruiting a dedicated following along the way.
This success has been rewarded with Perpetual enlisting the Strictly Yes camp to co-host a mouth-watering line up headlined by Klockworks and Ostgut Ton’s, DVS1 amongst forthcoming underground protagonists, Manni Dee and Stephanie Sykes.
In a city traditionally dominated by the drum and bass and dub communities, these events inject a real sense of fresh air; a huge testament to the ever-increasing volume of brands throwing parties throughout the city’s underground and those who loyally purchase tickets, keeping the vibe going until dawn.