The Arc in Space Releases Latest Single ‘Everybody Wants the Acid’ 


Delivering a classic 303 workout, complete with super tight drum programming and a bounce that’ll lift any club instantly The Arc In Space drops this killer cut. Timed for the gradual re-opening of clubland in Europe this one emphasises raw underground elements and sweaty basement vibes that fluently translate to massive rooms and festivals alike.

Interplayed with a tagline that’ll inspire Acid House lovers and engage a broader audience it’s time to let loose, turn it up loud and be prepared to invite all your friends to the party. Super hot and a heavy release and self respecting clubber will love.

The Arc in Space ‘Everybody Wants the Acid’ OUT NOW
Inspired by 90s Acid House, ‘Everybody Wants the Acid’ is a tantalising Dance Acid House mix from artist and producer The Arc in Space. Recorded in isolation whilst dreaming of the dancefloor, this is The Arc in Space’s homage to Daft Punk and the 90s era of dance music. ‘Everybody Wants the Acid’ is rediscovering the fun of the dance floor after a year spent away from it.
The Arc in Space is the musical moniker of Ken Shuttleworth, an artist and producer who has been creating 80s synthpop and 90s house inspired music in various outfits and bands for years. The Arc in Space project began life in early 2020, releasing outsider house music with a nod to 80s electronic pioneers and flavoured with founds sounds and sound effects. His releases over the last year will take you on a journey, with ‘Everybody Wants the Acid’ created as the final part of that journey, placing you firmly on the dance floor. The Arc in Space has set himself the mission of bringing joy back to the 20s, and he’s off to a flying start!
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