Currently rounding off a busy 2013 tour schedule, Montreal's Adventure Club have announced details of their debut UK show for the start of next year. The DJ / producer duo will headline London's Village Underground on Thursday 30th January 2014alongside support from a number of soon to be announced special guests.
Having only released their latest four track EP, 'Calling All Heroes - Part 1', back in October, Adventure Club are developing a stellar reputation for producing high end, melody-rich club music and look set to continue their upward trajectory throughout 2014 and beyond.
Their aforementioned EP featured the critically acclaimed single 'Gold', as well as the storming 'Thunderclap', a track heralded by Billboard Code as a "synthy and darkly energetic four and a half minute thunder-er". With both tracks set to remain guaranteed highlights of Adventure's Club sets for some time to come, the excitement for their debut on UK soil continues to build.
Currently coming towards the end of their mammoth 32-date North American 'Superheroes Anonymous' Tour, and having played at festivals like Lollapalooza and Electro Zoo in the summer, Adventure Club have honed their high-octane show to a tee and are ready to unleash it on the UK.
ADVENTURE CLUB LIVE
PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS
THURSDAY 30 VILLAGE UNDERGROUND, LONDON
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