ᴏᴠᴇʀɢʀᴏᴜɴᴅ ACID RAVE 004

ᴏᴠᴇʀɢʀᴏᴜɴᴅ started as a one-off acid themed special in March 2016. Every following instalment has had The Mash House’s main room at capacity within the first hour, with huge queues up the road all night. Since then we keep getting asked when the next one will be, so it’s with great excitement that we can finally announce that it’s back for round 4!

If there’s one thing we know at ᴏᴠᴇʀɢʀᴏᴜɴᴅ, it’s acid. Starting out with spaced-out ambient electro, and then going via jackin’ acid house into acid techno stompers, you’ll hear more genres and styles than you ever realised utilised Roland’s iconic bassline machine. We’ll be regularly posting a selection of our favourite acid trax on the event wall, which always ends up as a great resource for sharing and discovering hidden gems. Get involved. This WILL hit capacity. Don’t sleep.

2 Rooms of music featuring:
➫ ωяιѕк [Overground]
➫ Parts Unknown [Lunacy]
➫ Rowan [Overground]
➫ Renáta [rossz vér]
➫ Lungs [Value Added Trax]
+ More TBA


£4 B4 12:30 on guestlist
£7 standard

For guestlist:
– Hit ‘going’ (not ‘interested’)
– Post an acid tune on the event wall TAGGING all names you wish to add to GL (make sure they have also clicked ‘going’ or you will not be able to tag them and they will not be added)
– We’ll pick out some of our favourite contributions for free entry. You may post as many times as you wish x

Zero-tolerance policy on harassment of any form. Examples of which include, but are not limited to: invasion of personal space; discrimination of any type; deliberately causing offense; predatory behaviours; violence and aggression. If you encounter any instances of such acts, please inform us immediately.

Gender-neutral toilets [TBC – if this is important to you, message our page in advance and we will confirm if they will be available]

If you have any suggestions for how our party could be more inclusive, please don’t hesitate to message the Overground page with such ideas. We appreciate it.

“Edinburgh’s new club night Overground has quickly become the place to discover a new breed of lo-fi, raw house and techno” – The Skinny

“A string of successful club nights, borne out of the simple desire to give Edinburgh the acid techno party it never knew it needed” – The Student