Amine Edge & DANCE will return to Warehouse Southampton (SWITCH) in December

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Amine Edge & DANCE will be returning to Warehouse Southampton in December for a headline show, presenting their own CUFF brand. The duo will be performing a three hour set almost exactly a year after their last headline appearance at the Mo Warehouse alongside Gorgon City and Alexis Raphael (watch the video from that night below).

Amine Edge & DANCE were due to to perform in Southampton in June this year alongside MistaJam for a Speakerbox-curated event. However, the event had to be postponed at the last moment and has since been rescheduled in the form of two Freshers’ Raves presented by Speakerbox (but not featuring Amine Edge & DANCE) set to take place at Oceana.

From the south of France, Amine Edge & DANCE have already (at least according to this press bio I found online) conquered the world! They’ve [collectively]had a slew of successful tracks and remixes over the last couple of years thanks to injecting something a bit different into middle of the house music scene. In essence, they’re largely responsible for creating G-House or Gangsta House, a style that combines the bass and funk of late 80s house music with hip-hop samples and vocals, as evidenced by their tracks “Halfway Crooks” and “Going to Heaven With The Goodie-Goodies” which samples Notorious BIG.

DBP, the company behind the Warehouse Southampton brand, are yet to reveal their full December schedule but have already teased that 2ManyDJs will be making an appearance and that they’re putting together a super-sized lineup for their NYE show. Full details on the Warehouse Southampton September/October/November events calendar can be found here.

Tickets for Amine Edge & DANCE at Warehouse Southampton will be released soon, along with full lineup details and the precise date of the show.

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Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.

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