October 28, 2013 3.40 pm This story is over 97 months old

Drum and bass artist launches new Lincoln club night

The soulful side: The newest club night to hit Lincoln’s drum and bass scene took off at Quo Vadis club.

The newest club night to hit Lincoln’s drum and bass scene took off on Friday, October 25 with a line up of popular names in the industry at Quo Vadis club.

The debut Aurora night celebrated the album launch of Spearhead Records’ BCee, who headlined with a set self-described as “uplifting musical drum and bass with plenty of soul.”

Also appearing at the event was LSB, Tom Wilkes aka Uncle Tom and Mc Tempza, as well as Lincoln based artists such as Type-2 & Soligen.

Ahead of the event, headlining Steve Jefroy (better known as BCee) said: “I’ve played in Lincoln a few times over the years and I am looking forward to coming back.

“I’ve been into music for as long as I can remember”, said Steve.

“I bought a pair of turntables in 1996 and started playing my records at friends parties, then people started paying me to come and play my records for them, I’ve been DJing ever since.

“My first CD album was Zooropla by U2. I used to just record the top 40 on to cassettes.”

James from Aurora said: “Aurora is all about the soulful side of drum and bass, we make our events feel intimate and get the club filled with a warm blue glow from all the LEDs we install, we bring a big sound system and play HD time-lapse footage on a cinema screen next to the dance floor.”

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