Mall Grab

at Patterns, Brighton
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Jordon Alexander, aka Mall Grab, does not do halves. Operating at a dangerously high frequency, the Australian's rise from exciting newcomer to dominant force over the last four years has been impossible to ignore.

With an endless arsenal of club weapons, Jordon's palate has now evolved to a more mature sound, which he channels through his Looking For Trouble record label and (consistently sold-out) parties. Never one to hit pause, Jordon keeps his world spinning as the axis of Steel City Dance Discs, a label family that transcends genres and blows away ticket holders.

While guilty of some of Rinse FM's highest play counts over the past two years, it's the live arena in which Mall Grab does the realest damage. Current artillery favours predominantly unreleased Mall Grab original productions, with no two sets alike, but a single constant motif: Raw energy.

Logic1000 is the moniker of reclusive Sydney born, London based producer Samantha Poulter. Her unique production process conjures concepts, genres, samples, UK-centric dance rhythms, hyper-accurate digital synths and disembodied textures.

Featuring

Mall Grab

Mall Grab appearing at this event

'Mall Grab came out of nowhere to become one of the most talked about artists of 2016. His lo-fi jams struck a chord with the emerging hazy house scene that has seen labels such as Lobster Theremin and 1080p rise to prominence, and his playful online presence has made him an engaging, if at times divisive, artist in a field of often sterile social media updates. The young producer, real name Jordon Alexander, hails from Newcastle in Australia’s New South Wales state. He first got into music through the records his parents would play by bands like The Cure, The Clash and Talking Heads, and he still counts David Byrne among his biggest musical influences, also noting that, 'I think his sense of humour aligns with mine quite well too.' An interest in dance music flourished in his teenage years as the Ed Banger crew developed into a movement, and he became a self-confessed “total wannabe electro teen DJ.”'

See 2 tour dates featuring Mall Grab

Also Appearing

Logic1000

Patterns

  • 10 Marine Parade
  • Brighton
  • BN2 1TL

Website:
patternsbrighton.com