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Gentlemens Club are a bass music trio from the UK and have been making waves since they formed in 2013.
Respectively Coffi (Lewis Pittham), Soloman (Saul Mountford) & 50 Carrot (Amani Haskins) developed their own unique low-end heavy styles, now fused together, they're building the Gentlemens Club empire.
Gentlemens Club will be in The Box this Friday in support of mysterious bass superstar, Deathpact, alongside super special guest, Delta Heavy, 1991, Rohann and Turno.
Thanks for taking the time to answer these questions for us! Firstly, where in the world are you right now and what was the last show that you played?
We are all in our glorious hometowns of York, Leeds & Stoke in the UK. Our last show was last week in York, it was a great time and always a pleasure to be back on the road!
Who is your biggest musical inspiration?
We couldn’t say we have a single biggest source of inspiration, between the three of us we listen to such a variety of music in which we take inspiration from. There’s too much good music out there to focus on one source!
What did you miss most about club shows during the pandemic?
Seeing the crowd going mental and having a great time. We missed entertaining! (and the drinking).
Which is your go to software to produce your music and do you have a favourite spot where your ideas come together?
We all use Reason. Funnily enough we very rarely sit together and make music. We each work our best when sat in our own studios at home.
Favourite genre of music that isn’t your own?
This one's a tough one, music comes in waves. Some weeks it could be a full on 80’s vibe, the following week it could be Rap. It all depends on the mind set and surroundings.
When is your next release?
We can’t say right now, but we have some absolute slammers on the horizon.
Any upcoming bass music DJs or Producers we should be looking out for?
MPH, NuBass, Cajama, Gray, Hamdi, Daseplate... the list could go on.
If you could go B2B with anyone, who would it be?
We love what we have as Gentlemens Club already.
Can you tell us about the first time you played Ministry of Sound?
Our first time at Ministry was March 2020 just before the lockdown happened... and it was WILD. We can’t wait to be back in The Box.
What are you most looking forward to about playing The Box?
Loud music, happy ravers and many beverages with the gang.
Lastly – what can you promise fans ahead your set?
New music from us and lots of it (approx 10 new songs to play).