An exciting new monthly night at The Bunker is being run by some of the biggest names in electronic dance music.
Krafted launches its new residency at Poison Apple (formerly The Orange Rooms) on April 9.
Krafted is a collective to be reckoned with.
The Krafted Music Group, headed up by Darren Braddick and Paul Sawyer, own and run 10 labels and organise nights at the Ministry of Sound London, worked with Bedrock and Slinky, as well as made their presence known at the South’s hottest venues.
Their monthly nights at The Bunker feature residents Soultrak with a variety of guests.
Soultrak are Paul Sawyer and Paul Moore, two of the region’s best-loved electronic DJs.
Sawyer’s experience as a resident for Eden in Ibiza from 1993 onwards and later across large festivals brought the Balearic influence, while Moore is a free party veteran and a fan of those harder-edge techno tracks.
Krafted also run nights at Ministry of Sound, London, and The Winchester.
This month’s Krafted event at The Winchester was a fantastic mix of the best in electronic/techno with some surprise classics thrown in.
It was also recommended by Decoded Magazine’s Simon Huxtable, who lauded Soultrak’s “tough edged tech and smoother progressive sounds”, as well as Pop On Acid’s “singalong anthems”.
The monthly residency at The Bunker is perfect for students who want to explore the town’s electronic scene without venturing too far from their halls; expand your horizons and leave the centre to one side, for once.
It will of course also appeal to those who know their stuff when it comes to electronic/dance/techno – some of the biggest local names will play and Sawyer himself supports BURN, the university’s fledgling record label.