Brummie legend Low Steppa has been making some huge noise on the dance music scene since breaking out at the turn of the Millennium, encompassing his unique style of House and Bass, the DJ has continued to broaden his musical style, pleasing to all.

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Responsible for Route 94’s smash hit remixed My Love, the banging track gained such enormous publicity, Route 94 dropped their own mix and included Low Steppa’s in all their club mixes.

The multi-talented DJ can also boast support from Pete Tong and his 2015 track “So Real” released on Universal’s All Around the World Records, shot straight to number one in the dance music charts.

With millions of YouTube views to his name, and pretty much a household name to listeners of Radio 1 Xtra, Capital and Kiss FM. Low Steppa is travelling North of Hadrian’s Wall to party in Scotland’s biggest city, with a set guaranteed to electrify the crowds at Wicked Lounge situated in Glasgow’s prestigious Merchant City.

Fresh from conquering the States, this Sunday sees the DJ, who has previous behind the decks at EDC, “Superclub” Sankeys and across clubs in Ibiza, appearing in Glasgow’s Wicked Lounge for a spectacular one off performance, in one of the Glasgow club scenes hidden gems.

To celebrate Cat in the Attic’s first “Sunday Skool Session” tickets are a brilliant £6, and if you purchase your ticket through Skiddle your first drink’s free.Low Steppa

(P.S for all you chancers out there, first drink is to the value of a fiver, no blagging a bottle of Prosecco at the bar.)

This Sunday make sure you’re at Wicked Lounge, Glasgow’s newest club night. To catch Low Steppa a bonafide superstar DJ.

Get your tickets here at Skiddle.