Dusky play 12 consecutive Fridays throughout January - March with their brand new 'Rise For Love' party series.
Dusky are London production duo, Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell, who blend house, garage and techno in their inimitable style. In just five years, the fast-rising duo have asserted themselves as one of the leaders of the UK electronic music scene. DJ Magazine cover stars and headliners everywhere from Berlin's Panorama Bar to London's Fabric, Dusky's story so far is one of constant forward motion and a uniquely universal appeal.
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Loefah is without a doubt a bastion of Dubstep in the UK and his contributions to the DMZ (Coki's label) imprint could be considered key moments in the evolution of the genre; whilst his remixes for Skream (on Tempa) and his recent Tectonic outing only serve to enforce this belief.
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A raw and energising mixup of electronic genres.
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DJ from Phituristix and Sick Trumpet playing broken beat, garage, grime and dub.
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Very few producers indeed have had such a remarkable last 18 months as Paleman, evolving as he has rapidly from a promising talent into one of the most devastating producers from these grey shores. His music is a refined blend of the classic and the current – simple and elegant, with the odd distinctive flourish. Echoes of the Hacienda and Paradise Garage, via Garage and Deep House – but still utterly up to date. He is influenced by a wide variety of sonic influences – Jazz, African and World Percussive pieces, Techno and House – with the common thread of being percussion focussed; an obsession that is to be further manifested by his recent move to London to study jazz drumming. A fact that further alludes to a real, uncommon talent with potential for real musical longevity.
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- 32-37 Cowper Street
- EC2A 4AP