Underground Dance Music Tour

Written by Michael

July 31, 2012 1:55 pm

John 00 Fleming and Christopher Lawrence have had enough. House music has become too commercialised and nonsensical, and it’s time to bring it back to the roots, which is where “UDM” or Underground Music Tour comes in. The DJ duo claim EDM lovers are still looking for a more significant, deeper sound and higher quality events at smaller more intimate events.

Pyrotechnics are banned. Showmanship also. For Fleming and Lawrence, this is about DJ’s being DJ’s and creating the atmosphere and feel that brought clubbers flocking to clubs in the 90s. UDM isn’t the first attempt at this, but Fleming and Lawrence have substantial clout to their names and should be able to create something successful here.

No artwork or dates we can find yet, we will update when we have more information! However, we except the tour to be Europe/America and possibly Asia, during the next 6 months.

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