We rolled the #blufreedom bus up Renfrew Street to bring some Scandinavian bass to Glasgow’s School of Art – along with blu™ e-cig freebies.
blu eCigs teamed up with Mixmag to host the night. And it kicked off in style with a set from Crazy P, James and Danielle. Their feel good mix with live singing set the upbeat tone for the evening.
The first of our two headline Scandinavians, Jonas Rathsman, opened with huge tracks from the summer festival circuit – his own ‘I Hope I’m Wrong’ and the Felkon remix of Jamiroquai’s ‘Too Young To Die’. It’s easy to see why Pete Tong voted him ‘Future Star’ on his Radio 1 show.
The night concluded with Finnebassen, who started with an exclusive remix of Grace Jones’s ‘La Vie en Rose’. His mesmerizing set left the audience chanting ‘one more tune’. And he obliged with Andre Bratten’s remix of ‘Changing of the Guard’ by Holy Ghost!
You can check out pics from the night on our facebook page. Plus you can watch Finnebassen and Crazy P’s set on the Mixmag site.
Next stop for the blu Music Tour is Dublin. We hope to see you there.