27 Feb Nü Androids Presents: Solardo
FEB 27 | 4-9pm | 21+
This legendary duo finally makes their Nü Androids debut with us for a special night at Darna. We’ve been keeping an eye on these two with their MASSIVE releases such as XTC, Enough, and their collaboration with Chris Lake – Free Your Body (which knocked the clubs out last year). We are honored to have Solardo as our 2021 opener as we are slowly working our way back into some kind of normality. The energy is going to be high for this one with a diverse array of tech house sounds. Solardo is one of the industry leaders who you won’t want to miss!
PSA: To heed CDC and local regulations there will be designated table areas per group. Again, we’ll be doing everything to stay in line with the required health regulations. Come through, be safe and have a good time (responsibly) and work with with us on following CDC guidelines.
We will enforce the following guidelines for the safety of our patrons:
– Temperature checks for ticketed patrons, artists, and staff
– Hand sanitizer stations readily available
– Socially distanced table placement throughout the venue
– Masks required when not consuming beverages
– Limited table sizes of 4-6 people
More info on the duo:
Widely considered as modern-day kings of the underground, Mancunian duo Solardo (James Eliot & Mark Richards, aka MRK1) continue to blitz all before them, amassing widespread plaudits for their role as not just hugely popular DJs, but also label owners, and innovative forward-thinking producers.
Having later released EPs on Toolroom Records, Lee Foss’ Repopulate Mars and Green Velvet’s Relief Records, Solardo soon branched out into their now iconic Sola imprint – nominated for ‘Best Breakthrough label’ at the DJ Mag Awards – which soon became a home for a flurry of the most predominant tech-house tracks on the circuit. Celebrating 50 releases on the label with tracks from the likes of Secondcity, Mason Maynard, and Grammy nominated duo CamelPhat – who Mark & James recently worked with on collaborative club track ‘Accelerator’.