Bicep drop eclectic Boiler Room filled with unreleased material


The Feel My Bicep boys are without question one of the hottest acts in house music.  The Belfast-born lads have had an incredible rise through the ranks since their early beginning with their FMB blog back in 2008 and since they began producing their own stuff it’s safe to say that the world has well and truly latched on to their impeccable sound.

After debuting their incredible live show this year (which we were lucky enough to witness at Belfast’s AVA Festival in June) the boys have been on a rampage this summer with a string of fresh tracks from their forthcoming debut album as well as a number on cheeky edits. Performing on the acclaimed Boiler Room for the first time in over 6 months, the lads played in between house music legend Kerri Chandler B2B Jeremy Underground as well as a set from Soul Clap.

The tasty hour long set was full to the brim of IDs from the Belfast boys who absolutely smashed it as usual. A blend of sexy, classic house music with some sublime piano house cuts means as expected this is top, top notch from Bicep. While no tracklist is available as of yet it’s always tough to try and ID a Bicep set because the boys always challenge the audience with records which they won’t know. Our only issue was that the set just wasn’t long enough and left us begging for more which isn’t exactly a bad complaint to have for the lads.

If you get the chance to see them this summer then definitely go as they tear it up every single time. If this set was a taster of some of the material on their album then it may well be a contender for album of the year should it come out before 2016 is over. As of yet the lads are keeping quiet but we’re still hopeful.

You can catch the set directly from Bicep’s Facebook page below: