!(feature_l)http://relayer.s3.amazonaws.com/articles/spreads/506550d27e513100020000bc.jpg!Soltek relocated from their residencies at London’s CAMP and the Gramaphone to a three-room night at Vauxhall’s Hidden for an end of summer party featuring heavyweight spinners Addison Groove and Dusky. The line-up also including J.Phlip, Ossie and Dexter Kane had clearly caught the interest of the house heads as there was still a queue to get in past 1am, while inside the pumping bass was throbbing through the trio of arches and stirring up the dancefloors.
Addison Groove’s headline was eagerly anticipated with big bassy sounds on a Chicago vibe hitting the spot nicely. He beamed from the DJ booth as he bounced in time with his tunes as revellers took to the podiums to get and be seen in the main arch. Dirtybird’s J.Phlip followed with bounding booty bass that showcased why she’s such a favourite of Claude von Stroke, while the closing Soltek set went to Dexter Kane’s deeper tunes.
The second arch hosted by Berlin/London based label Somethinksounds had a real coup of getting Dusky in to close who have become a star attraction at clubs and festival this year with their blend of house and garage. Their arch was packed as they rounded off the night to a atmosphere akin to a peak-time 2am set at 5am. Throughout Soltek’s debut at Hidden there residents including Ben & Oscar, Sense O and Shenk kept up party spirits in the middle arch ensuring this FOUND series instalment was an enjoyable house experience with a lively crowd to match.