Som3num return to Ministry of Sound

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Som3num return to Ministry of Sound

SOMN3UM AND SOMN’THING RECORDS RETURN TO TAKE OVER THE GALLERY AT THE MINISTRY OF SOUND  (22nd February 2019).
 
Somn’thing Records make a welcome return to the mighty Ministry of Sound Club on the Friday 22nd February 2019 for another Gallery late-night session including a 103 Room take over. The label will be bringing their popular and accessible upfront house sound to the bar and to the main room showcasing a host of new and established London based label talent including rising star Cumminz, Ozzie London, SolarTrak and Somn3um!
 
Somn’thing Records has been going from strength to strength amassing a fierce reputation from a growing legion of fans and DJ’s alike. The label has been supplying the best vocal-led house, future house and bass house since 2015 and have found the MOS a natural home for their global sound.
 
February 22nd will be their second ‘take over’ at The Gallery following on from a triumphant debut last Autumn. This time around, music in the 103 music will be supplied by DJ’s CUMMINZ, SolarTrak and Ozzie London. Expect big baselines, dirty, funky grooves and lots of vocals from these rising stars! In the main room Gallery resident and Somn’thing records, owner and artist SOMN3UM will be hosting the nights’ proceedings. The Dubai resident regularly plays around the globe and always manages to hype any crowd.
 
Somn3um have invited some very special guests to spin in the main room. Hot from his global super club travels will be Henry Hacking, the ever-reliable Esquire and the Somn3um’s main room joint headliner Julian Jordan. Expect a heady mix of the best house anthems all night long.
 
Somn’thing Records @ MOS, Friday, February 22nd 2019.
 
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