SWMore at The Electric


!(feature_l)http://relayer.s3.amazonaws.com/articles/spreads/5043861dc870de000200005d.jpg!The South West Four Weekender party vibe continued right through to the early hours of Monday morning with Pete Tong, Sasha, Scuba, Eats Everything, Dyed Soundorom and Eli & Fur behind the decks at The Electric Brixton. The afterparty kicked off before the dust had even settled on the day festival down the road in Clapham, and the atmosphere was just as lively with many revellers doing both along with an injection of fresh-faced ravers.

Entering to the sounds of Hotflush founder Scuba, the club was already rocking to his bass heavy tunes. The Electric soundsystem has been impressive since opening in September last year, and Scuba was making the most of its big sound while the visuals were also making for a dazzling display of screens and lasers. The whole club was open for this party too, with its famed balcony overlooking the dancefloor packed throughout the night. You could feel the energy in the room, and the upcoming final bank holiday Monday of the year meant those out wanted to make the most of it.

Sasha has featured regularly at SW4 over the years and so it was fitting he take the peak-time set right after Scuba. The Clapham Common regular was highly-anticipated and stepped up to play a classic deep house set with a dash of techno that seemed ideal for both the one-nighters just as much as those in it for the long haul. The Electric is fast becoming a safe bet for clubbers looking for a feast of dance music that sounds pitch perfect with a setting to match, and Sasha’s performance continued to confirm that status. Dyed Soundorom’s tech house and a closing set from Pete Tong rounded out SWMore and the SW4 Weekender programme for another year, possibly it’s most effective to date.

_Read our SW4 Sunday review here

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