Clive Henry (Circoloco / Crosstown Rebels) will be organized at Le Noir KL on 4th August 2016 (Thursday).
* For more information, please visit this website https://www.facebook.com/clivehenrymusic
Le Noir KL presents…
UK’s underground house superstar, Clive Henry (Circoloco / Crosstown Rebels / Peace Division) on Thursday, 4th August upstairs in the club lounge!
Supported by Circuitbreaker
To RSVP for free entry before 1am, simply click 'Going' on this event page.
RM40 on the door (Includes 1 free drink).
Limited VIP table package deals available in advance!
To avoid disappointment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PACKAGE 1: RM1,550
2x Johnnie Walker Black + 1x Moët & Chandon
PACKAGE 2: RM1,600
2x Belvedere + 1x Moët & Chandon
PACKAGE 3: RM1,600
2x Singleton + 1x Belvedere
PACKAGE 4: RM1,750
2x Haig Club + 1x Gordon’s
Moët & Chandon 3x RM1,600 / 5x RM2,450 / 10x RM4,750
Dom Perignon 2x RM3,300 / 3x RM4,950
Clive is one of the UK’s longest standing flag-wavers for underground house music having been an original member of the West London house mafia, one half of the genre-defining tech house outfit Peace Division and resident at the world’s most musically influential nightclub DC10. Clive started his long musical journey way back in the mid-eighties when he was working after school to earn money to feed his vinyl addiction. He caught the DJing bug going to local hip hop jams in West London and listening to early electro/hip hop on pirate radio. It was all about to change however, when in 1988 he was introduced to London’s early acid house scene by Rocky and Diesel from Xpress 2. They took him to the seminal Spectrum and Shoom clubs which proved highly instrumental in shaping Clive’s musical future.
Not long after, Clive and Rocky started running their own successful nights in the emerging West London party scene called Bone and Gosh with guests like David Holmes, Andrew Weatherall and Ashley Beedle. It wasn’t long before Clive started playing at his own events, which in turn lead to bookings at other clubs, first in London and then across the UK. In 1998 he founded the iconic tech house label Low Pressings with fellow surburbanite Justin Drake who went on to become his production partner in Peave Division.
During this period Clive relocated to Ibiza every summer and in 2000 on after a night out at Space with fellow DJ Lottie they stumbled across the now legendary Circo Loco afterparty held at DC10 on Monday mornings. Back then DC10 was more like a social club for DJs, promoters and their friends and it wasn’t long before Clive was a regular feature at the club. He hasn’t looked back. During the last decade Clive has established himself as the British backbone of the club laying down his trademark brand of deep no-nonsense house music week in week out having being invited to join DC10 stellar roster of residents back in 2004.
Clive’s residency at DC10 brought him into contact with Crosstown Rebels frontman Damian Lazarus who quickly brought Clive into the Crosstown family.
You can catch Clive regularly at Circoloco in Ibiza, MuMu in Liverpool, Kubicle in London, Droog in LA and at Crosstown Rebels events worldwide.