Richy Ahmed took over the London Fields Brewery on the back end of last month for the stripped down, back to basics 6-hour set showcasing his wide-ranging music selections and influences. Renowned for his Paradise residency at DC10 and beyond as well as appearances for the likes of Elrow and Kaluki, he is now creating something special of his own.
Richy’s music-driven party series 4thirtytwo debuted at Glasgow’s intimate Sub Club and the second instalment in London’s Hackney was no doubt a demonstration of how smaller locations can still generate that special kinda introspective DJ vibe. Ahmed had complete autonomy of the decks playing disco edits and a more soulful driven 4×4 mixed in with his usual and distinct style of tech flavours. Check our photo album below or tag yourselves via our Facebook page, and remember you can catch Richy in Manchester and Birmingham later this April as the 4thirtytwo parties continue, tickets are further information in the links below.
Photo credit : Luke Dyson -http://lukedyson.photography/