Future Disco is now firmly established in the Ministry of Sound Saturday night program, having resided in the famous bar for over a year and a half now. While the main room takes care of the big room sounds, the by no means small bar (at 800 people capacity) plays host to the very best in upfront Future Disco sounds. The residency has seen a host of guests alongside residents Sean Brosnan and Dom Chung, including The Revenge, Crazy P, Juan Maclean and Jacques Renault to name a few. Last Saturday it was the turn of the young nineteen year old producer David August.
The Hamburg based DJ/ Producer has won over many fans with his productions on the Diynamic label with his groove based house that has been a firm fixture on the playlist of Future Disco nights over the past few months.
On the 21st May, the warm up came from Dom Chung who slowly cranked up the volume and tempos so that by 1am there was a packed dancefloor underneath the barrage of hanging mirror balls. A smooth transition from Disco to House set the stage for David August for his debut appearance at the club. He didn’t disappoint with a set of faultlessly mixed deep house that contained waves of energy that the crowd responded with cheers and hands aloft.
The closing set came form Sean Brosnan who kept things deep and kept people moving until 5.30am. A visit to the main room for a bit of Kerri Chandler and a final exit from the club to be greeted by bright sunshine and another quality session at Ministry of Sound.
The next Future Disco date at Ministry of Sound is Saturday 22nd August with Maxxi Soundsystem.