Joey BeltramFump, the respected underground Techno and  Tech House night celebrates its 1st birthday in style on Saturday 10th November with one of the true pioneers of techno, Joey Beltram.

Joey Beltram is widely acknowledged as a leading innovator in the early development of underground dance music.  Joey began DJing as a hobby back in 1983 at the age of 13 playing mostly early electro and hip-hop. He made the switch to house music in 1985 when the first wave of Chicago house hit NYC that same year.

In 1989 he started releasing some of his early productions on several small New York record labels. A year later he caught the eye of R&S Records in Belgium and by mid 1990 released his first major record with that company titled “Energy Flash“. Beltram soon followed with some equally impressive releases.  All through the 90’s he has created some of the most timeless music on some of the most cutting edge labels of the decade.  In 1999 he formed STX Records, which he currently records for.

Also playing that night are Adam Coley (woo.ble Recordings), Lee Daines (Woo.ble Recordings), James Harrison, Laurence Reed, Andy Moore, Beatsworkin, Dutchie, Kev C, and Andy Burr.

Taking place in The Judge and Jury and Tribal Underground you’ll find two rooms of cutting edge 4/4 booming out of the Funktion One sound system.

The night begins at 6pm to get into the swing of things early.Also, there’ll also be a session at the same location on Sunday 11th, starting at at 11 minutes past 11 in the morning through til 5pm. DJs on the Sunday include Gav Rayner, James O’Connel, LittleJoe and Adam Clark (Twisted Beats).

RSVP via the official Facebook event