Running Back - Touchdown London
2 Saturday 2nd February

Running Back - Touchdown London

E1 London

110 Pennington Street, London, E1W 2BB

Price: GBP 18.50 - GBP 20.50.
Time: 11:00 pm - 7:00 am

Running Back touches down at E1 for a rare label showcase in the UK's capital.

The birth child of Gerd Janson and Thorsten Scheu, now run by Gerd and managed by Matthew Styles, Running Back has grown to become one of the most influential record labels in contemporary dance music.

Todd Terje - Ragysh, Leon Vynehall's Rojus and Kilburu's, KiNK - Cloud Generator, Maurice Fulton's remix of DJ Nori - Happy Sunday, Krystal Klear - The Division Avenue, Fort Romeau - Emulators, the list goes on and on. Thanks to impeccable taste in house, techno, disco, balearic and more, Running Back is now home to some of the most groundbreaking dance music of recent times.

The label was founded in 2002 and is run by a man who's achievements in the industry as a producer, DJ, journalist, Red Bull radio host, resident at the legendary Robert-Johnson and remixer are second to none. Through his work with Running Back Gerd Janson has become one of the greatest tastemakers there are.

He will be joined on the 2nd for a London debut b2b with man of the moment Krystal Klear. Krystal Klear's The Division Avenue was one of the most notable releases of 2018 and his latest release will drop on Running Back in February 2019 too.

Cin Cin co-boss Fort Romeau and Spanish star Pional make for another special b2b. The duo have become synonymous with the style of rich, emotive and euphoric rolling deep house, one can expect from Running Back.

Labyrinth resident DJ Nick Castle will open the party.

Guilty feet have got no rhythm!

An event curated by Running Back, produced by Labyrinth.

Category: Nightlife | Nightclub.

Artists / Speakers: Gerd Janson, Krystal Klear, Pional, Fort Romeau.

Price Details:
1st release (entry before 11:30PM): GBP 18.50,
2nd release (entry before 11.30PM): GBP 20.50.

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