Sense Traxx return to London

After making a substantial mark on Shoreditch’s Platform twice in the space of 2 months – house, disco and good time connoisseurs Sense Traxx are making their way down to London again for another event in the capital. After the Evening Standard chose the last party as one of their ‘club picks’ of the week, it was going to be a hard one to beat, but as usual, the Essex-based imprint have a trick up their sleeve.

In the last six months they haven’t shied away from hosting a big headliner – recent names include Franky Rizardo, Sidney Charles, Kalyde and Kevin Over, and now to top things off they’re bringing the mighty DJ Caspa along to get involved. He’s been floating around the music scene for the last 20 years, delivering some of the best underground house music in the game. Choosing a headliner like DJ Caspa is a real statement of intent from Sense, who can’t seem to take their foot off the gas at the minute.

After showcasing two Ibiza events, and preparing for their first day and night party in Southend with Demuja as headliner, Simon Birkumshaw and co are certainly keeping themselves busy at the minute. On the release front they’ve just put out Kalyde’s ‘Rebel’ – it gained heavy industry support and plays from De La Swing, Amine Edge & Dance, Sister Bliss (Faithless), Pirate Copy, Latmun, Horse Meat Disco and many more. You can listen to it here.

Sense Traxx having been firing on all cylinders in 2018, and this summer has been one of their busiest yet – make sure your diaries are cleared for the 10th August, and as ever, please use Sense Traxx records responsibly. Have fun, party hard but don’t forget to go home.

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