A new narrative is about to unfold, and it comes courtesy of London party makers Untold Stories. It begins with a tastefully selected lineup featuring guests and residents, poised to set up shop in Soho’s eclectic event space, The Lower Third.
Although a relatively new venue that launched last year, The Lower Third has been making the most of its adaptable interior. Its club room has hosted a wide variety of musical showcase across a broad spectrum of sound. Last month, a later license was granted extending opening hours until 4am and the possibilities have grown with it. Untold Stories plan to make the most of the late night playground, bringing something new to a scene that we all too often hear is being neglected.
They begin with an ideal to bring together a community to the dance floor, one that promises to be soundtracked by ear tickling groovers, sounds of the underground. The event launch takes place on Friday 17th November and at the top of the roster is Australian artist Marlie.
A passionate purveyor of minimal house grooves, Marlie has been making a name for herself since moving to the UK capital from her hometown of Sydney. After a spell back down under during the pandemic, she returned stronger than ever, continuing a trend to take the controls at some of London’s finest dance spots.
Joining Marlie is Beeyou Records label head Just Jam, a southern based northerner who has built his own clubbing community over at Brick Lane’s 93 Feet East. The pair no doubt bring an extensive collection between them, well placed to start the Untold Stories out right.
Representing the night themselves are founders Sonus and Lander, known simply as UNTLD. Set to start things off with blended minimal influenced by house, jazz and blues, this is a recipe of taste and class thanks to a fervent dedication to the sound.
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