Good Karma for Halloween

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Saturday 2nd November will see Inverness techno-heads Filth take control of Karma Lounge in Inverness.

filth halloween 212x300 - Good Karma for HalloweenThe Filth boys Ross Lyall and Andrew McGibbon always put on a great night, and to celebrate Halloween, they have brought in a wealth of local talent to join them.

Moray DJ M-Stell will be supporting Filth on the night. As a talented and highly respected hard dance DJ under his ‘Malfunction’ alter ego, M-Stell is also a very impressive techno DJ, having supported the likes Dave Clarke, Billy Nasty and Edit Select this year alone.

M-Stell’s sets are relentless and he is definitely the right guy to kick-start the night.

Check out M-Stells set from supporting Billy Nasty & Edit/Select.

Filth need no introduction! They are renowned for always putting on great shows in the Inverness area and further afield. Filth are also responsible for bringing top dance acts to Inverness such as Green Velvet, Erol Alkan and Felix Da Housecat. They tore up both the Black Isle tent at Rockness and the Mothers Ruin stage at Belladrum this year. This will be a night that you cannot miss if you’re a dance music fan.

Also on the night will be Karma’s ‘Funky Buddah’ and on that, joining Filth and M-Stell will be Polymath, Boomshank Redemption and Mark Mckenzie, all playing a back-2-back set together.

Polymath is a hugely talented producer and DJ. Anything from funky House to Techno goes with Polymath. To hear what he’s all about, check out his recent Monster FM mix on Soundcloud here ..

Boomshank Redemption has recently just returned from Ibiza after spending the summer there Dj’ing. Boomshank always puts on a great set, so expect no less from him during this b2b set.

Karma’s very own Mark McKenzie finishes off the Funky Buddah line up. As part of Them&Us, Mark has received airplay on Radio 1 recently. Mark also previewed his new track on Soundcloud this week and it’s evidence of a very bright future ahead for him.
Check Mark’s track here ..

Entry is £5 and Karma’s doors open at 10pm.

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