Project Birmingham and Loose Lips hit Birmingham with a special event - bringing you Henry Wu, a DJ and producer who requires little introduction.
A new club night, founded by Project Birmingham, with two simple aims...to promote the best of Birminghams vibrant music scene and to present to Birmingham the best of the worlds musical talent.
Forward looks to challenge the concept of conventional music events, concentrating on quality and attention to detail.
- Loose Lips
A London-based collective, focused on promoting diversity, who throw parties around the UK & Europe. After an amazing debut event in Birmingham last October, they are back with exciting ideas. As well as their events, make sure to check out their podcast series, radio shows, compilation albums & artwork series!
- Henry Wu - (Birmingham Debut)
South Londoner Henry Wu has been rightly labelled as one of the most exciting emerging producers this year. Drawing from different ends of the musical spectrum, his diversity on record is also apparent in his DJ sets, where he deftly speeds up and down to deliver his sound knowledge of funk and jazz, to more contemporary house stylings. Also an experienced musician, Wu's productions have an indescribable live element, a rawness which can't be emulated.
- Medallion Man - (Loose Lips/Hoxton FM/Radar Radio)
Medallion Man is co-founder and resident of Loose Lips. He started playing on the radio, developing an unique take on experimental and electronic music. Always diverse, his mixes cover a spectacular breadth of the musical spectrum. Animating several shows on different stations during the last years, he regularly offers listeners 2 hours of varied sounds.
His current projects are with Hoxton FM & Radar Radio in which his Loose Lips show invites artists for guest mixes and interviews on a weekly basis. He plays regularly around the UK and Europe, maintaining a regular presence at South West parties.
- Jack Barber - (MoodFix)
Jack Barber heads up MoodFix, a Birmingham based music collective that started out in April and has since hosted the likes of Dan Shake, Chesus and Chaos In The CBD.
As a DJ, Barber is known for championing forward thinking underground music, often playing percussive groove driven sets touching on disco, deep house, jazz and the more ambient side of techno. In the past 12 months Barber has supported the likes of Hackman, Todd Edwards, Bradley Zero, Hunee and in the very near future, Leon Vynehall.
See you on the 20th May - join the movement!!!!!!