DJ Owen Howells Brings European Underground Dance Sounds to Adelaide • Glam Adelaide

DJ Owen Howells Brings European Underground Dance Sounds to Adelaide

In the past year, former Adelaide resident Owen Howells has played alongside such illustrious electronic and IDM acts as Groove Armada, Raymundo Rodriguez, Mauro Picotto, Rob Mello, Antonio De Angelis, Robert James and Pariah to name but a few. With plans to expand across a multitude of venues across the city, Howell’s Flux Party hopes to bring the sound of London and Berlin to Adelaide. And having played at such iconic hotspots as the Ministry of Sound, Pacha and even running a successful basement residency in Brixton, he seems like the right man for the job.

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In the past year, former Adelaide resident Owen Howells has played alongside such illustrious electronic and IDM acts as Groove Armada, Raymundo Rodriguez, Mauro Picotto, Rob Mello, Antonio De Angelis, Robert James and Pariah to name but a few.

In a short space of time, the young DJ has now found himself at the forefront of London's underground house, techno and bass music scene – and is planning to bring, in his words, 'a European clubbing aesthetic' to Adelaide. Think an Adelaide club residency – with a difference.

With plans to expand across a multitude of venues in the city, Howell's Flux Party hopes to bring the sound of London and Berlin to Adelaide. And having played at such iconic hotspots as the Ministry of Sound, Pacha and even running a successful basement residency in Brixton, he seems like the right man for the job.

Owen will bring his UK sounds to quirky Hindley St. haunt Cuckoo on Saturday, April 14 with tickets available through Venuetix shortly.

More news and information on Flux Party coming soon!

 

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