Fri 13th Sep at 11:00pm - 6:00am
Fabriclive 70: DJ EZ Launch Party
@ Fabric, London
Featuring: DJ EZ, DJ Q, Swindle (DJ), Martelo, Mista Men, Roska, Joker, DJ Pinch, New York Transit Authority, Tom Shorterz, Cause And Effect, MA1, Jamie George, DJ Monki, Mak & Pasteman, Karma Kid, Toyc, Zulu, Squarehead
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Fabriclive 70: DJ EZ Launch Party: DJ EZ + DJ Q + Swindle (DJ) + Martelo + Mista Men + Roska + Joker + DJ Pinch + New York Transit Authority + Tom Shorterz + Cause And Effect + MA1 + Jamie George + DJ Monki + Mak & Pasteman + Karma Kid + Toyc + Zulu + Squarehead
Heralded as possibly the UK's best garage DJ, EZ drove to the top with his 'Pure Garage' albums and regular slots with Kiss 100.
DJ EZ tour dates
Paul Flynn AKA DJ Q is a legend in house circles. He started out on pirate radio and has progressed the point where the likes of Derrick May and Carl Craig regularly play his tunes. An in-demand remixer, his uncompromising, uncheesy, uncommercial and quality house sound has won many plaudits.
DJ Q tour dates
Grime and funk don.Swindle was first introduced to a mixing desk & home recording by his older brother and his father, a major influence and mentor began to teach him how to create music using a wide range of different music styles, ghosting the works of the likes of BB King and Quincy Jones.
Since then, his career has really taken off. The musician's debut album 'Long Live The Jazz' fused an awareness of grime's various offshoots with a clear love for jazz fusion, resulting in a dexterous - and enormously brave - record. This album then became his calling card, and later joined Mala and his live band which opened up his mind to a whole new side to music.
Bringing an intriguing fusion of dubstep and bass on top of his signature jazz beats, his new LP features collaborations with grime sensation JME, as well as Flowdan, and TC.
Swindle tour dates
Pinch, aka Rob Ellis, is Bristol's leading man of dubstep, responsible for a catalogue of deep, dark and innovative bass music. Alongside his own material, his Tectonic Recordings imprint has given a platform to early releases from the likes of Skream, Flying Lotus and Addison Groove.
Pinch tour dates
Bristol DJ whose tight, snappish mixes have seen him develop from his old Dubstep alias Mensah into a DJ with a far more eclectic playlist. Last year’s 808-fed release ‘Off The Trax’ left clubs craving more.
New York Transit Authority tour dates
Monki's box-fresh sets include everything from piano house to hissing snares and skeleton shattering sub-bass.
Monki tour dates
Karma Kid is young Derbyshire producer Sam Knowles, creating eclectic electronic music which he considers to be a vibe that doesn't even have an appropriate name yet!
His tracks don't feel like they fit into the dubstep, garage or house music boxes. Perhaps bass or UK funky, UK garage - difficult to aptly categorise.
Instead his sound seems to be a blend of whole range of sound elements under the electronic umbrella. You could say that his sound is a bit Disclosure like but regardless of the parallel he remains a part of a growing body of 'avant-garde' UK artists who are pushing the boundaries of electronic music.
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