We’re super excited to announce the details for our next party. The second instalment of ‘Human Drizzle Presents…’ is taking place on Friday 5th April at The Bussey Building in Peckham. Tickets are currently a steal at £6 a pop; grab yours now from Resident Advisor on the following link:
And tell your friends to come too here:
We’re welcoming four acts over the course of the evening to get your feet a shufflin’.
If you’re not clued up on who these chaps are, or want to remind yourself of their talents, here’s a handy guide of what to expect.
First up is Harry Wolfman, who started causing a stir a year ago with his breakthrough hit ‘Don’t You Know’.
Since then he’s released an EP for Purp & Soul and whilst at it caused some hot fuss for remixing label boss Ben Pearce’s classic ‘What I Might Do’. He’s just dropped his second EP, ‘Booty Call’, and it’s got some serious groove, neatly blending deep house with some nice garage touches. Feast your ears:
Regular readers will appreciate we’re pretty stoked to have Clancy playing. His Little Dragon remix from last year is pretty much faultless and his latest track ‘How To Hold On To You’ has already become one of our most-played tracks of this year. We’ve also caught wind of some new releases in the not-too-distant future. Get excited.
Coming to you from Cape Town via Manchester is Alex Blaxx, who is forging quite the name for himself on the underground house scene. His debut release ‘The Evening Fly’ has already received support from the likes of Bicep and Huxley, and DJ Mag were so impressed with him they invited him to work a set alongside Space Dimension Controller. 2013 looks set to be a very promising year for him.
Last and by no means least we have London-based Real (a.k.a. Boean), who wowed us with ‘My Resignation’ towards the end of last year, an EP of post-everything goodness. Having played a wicked set just a few weeks ago for i-D magazine at XOYO, we are pumped to now have him playing for us. Here are two tracks by the young lad, one old one featuring a Lauryn Hill vocal and a new one forthcoming on XVI Records entitled ‘Don’t Need Ya Love’.
See you there.