23 May 2015

David Zowie & Denney

Somehow David Zowie has wavered on the periphery of the musical radar for some time now, but he’s not going to remain there for much longer.
Sat 23 May Starts at 11:00PM

The Box

David Zowie
Denney
Walker & Royce
Copy Paste Soul

103

Systematik
Franky Rizardo
Bowler
T.Bunts B2B Ben Synz
Dean Chapple B2B James Daniels
Cowlin

Baby Box

Tempo Eterno
GuyMac
Antonio Santoro
Dan Rainey & Per Pederson
PTR

Loft

So Good
SoGoodBoys
Neil Harrington
Ravs
Rob Fung
Lee Howlett
 

Somehow David Zowie has wavered on the periphery of the musical radar for some time now, but he’s not going to remain there for much longer.


His unstoppable energy and feel-good sets have bought untold happiness to loyal fans, and with his debut release, "House Every Weekend", due to be released on Virgin EMI one week after the show, and growing support from the likes of Pete Tong and Annie Mac, things are about to get very exciting. 



Next up we have Denney, who is back with his idiosyncratic mix of house and techno. From a school disco at the age of 13 to The Box in 2015, things are looking pretty good for Denney right now. His anthem, "Low Frequency", held the number one spot on Beatport for almost 7 weeks, earning him support from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Dubfire and Jamie Jones. With remixes coming up on Crosstown Rebels, Circus Recordings and Defected, and a big EP dropping on VIVa Music towards the end of the summer, we’re pretty excited about what 2015 has in store for him.



Following on from Denney will be NYC’s Sam Walker & Gavin Royce. Since they started working together in 2011, Walker & Royce have been producing deep evocative house records that have moved the hearts of many. A Crosstown Rebels EP, You’re Not Welcome helped launch the pair into the dance mainstream, but the essence of their music remains uncompromised.



Copy Paste Soul will also be playing The Box with beats strong enough to bring the roof down. Over the past eighteen months, Copy Paste Soul has risen to new heights with support from Annie Mac, Skream and Justin Martin. After releasing a number of EPs on Exploited, he has attracted attention and inspired remixes from the likes of No Artificial Colours and Laurent Garnier.



Systematik are over from Reading to take over 103 with a night of the very best underground house and bass. Up first is Defected’s Franky Rizardo, who has earned himself quite the reputation thanks to his ambitious sets that incorporate a large spectrum of house and lean towards a percussive style. They will be bringing along their residents, Bowler, T.Bunts B2B Ben Synz, Dean Chapple B2B James Daniels and Cowlin, so expect forward-thinking, quality house music all night long.