14.08.2015, 23:55

OHM - Groove Points feat. Shanti Celeste & Terron

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Groove Points are delighted to be hosting their next party at Berlin’s OHM club.


Shanti Celeste (Idle Hands, Broadwalk, BRSTL, NTS Radio)

Terron (Whities, Young Turks)

Golesworthy (Groove Points, KMAH Radio)

Cal Swingler (Groove Points)

Joey Boyer

Groove Points began in May 2014, utilising an unconventional venue space in the dingy back room of a South London Congolese bar. Since, it has built up a reputation in providing a unique atmosphere with a community ethic. Dedicated to showcasing not only the best of upcoming local artists, but also more firmly cemented artists in the UK DJ circuit. The residents, Golesworthy & Cal Swingler, are committed to maintaining the atmosphere of the venue and party.

We feel OHM will fit perfectly with the kind of atmosphere we try and ignite at our parties.

Shanti Celeste


Placed firmly at the epicentre of Bristol's currently buoyant house music scene, Shanti Celeste has already proved her self as a multi-talented artist over the course of the last twelve months. From her work as a producer, DJ, vocalist, label-owner (BRSTL) and promoter, what's strikingly clear from all of it is a connoisseur's taste in house, disco, techno and electro that belies her young age.

Earning her stripes working behind the counter at Bristolian record shopping institution Idle Hands, Chilean-born Celeste has gradually become one of the city's finest purveyors of swung and funky electronic rhythms in a variety of guises, deftly highlighted by the range and quality of her production output so far.



We are also very excited to Invite Terron down for their first ever show in Berlin. After helming the inaugural release of Tasker's Whities imprint in 2014, Terron contributed the label's third release earlier this year, showcasing their wide range of sounds from straightforward floor- fillers to more imaginatively crafted techno. Getting mentioned in the same breath with the likes of Kassem Mosse and Levon Vincent, Terron are definitely ones to watch.