EVENT: NEW YORK TRANSIT AUTHORITY – 07.03.14

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Lose Your Head is launching a clubnight series in Southampton at newly refurbed UNIT. Started as a music channel on YouTube, Lose Your Head appears to be aiming in a similar direction to the likes of Eton Messy and Majecstic Casual by evolving into a fully-fledged events brand. They’ve been showcasing tracks (many of which are up for free download) from producers across the scene, and even have a few exclusives from some of Southampton’s pool of talent. Their first night (28th Feb) will feature residents & friends (predominantly from Southampton and the surrounding area) and this second night will be headlined by New York Transit Authority on the 7th March. Support from South Royston, Depth, and Luna Grooves.

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NYTA hails not from the Big Apple, but from Bristol, UK. His real name is Mensah Anderson, who is also the seasoned producer that you probably know simply as Mensah. The NYTA guise focuses on being a fresh outlet for his 120 – 130bpm 80s Electro, House & Techno influenced tracks & creations.

The New York Transit Authority name was first adopted for a split 12″ release with Conqueror (Redlight) on Redlight’s Lobster Boy label last year. His side was a slinky, 808 house number entitled “Off The Traxx”, which deservedly found its way into FACT’s 50 best tracks of the year & was caned by a wide range of top DJs across the globe – including Joe Goddard, Loefah, Redlight, Boddika, Jackmaster, Disclosure, Pearson Sound, Benji B & Giles Peterson to name just a few.

NYTA has already proven himself as a talent on the decks with sets across the world & two exclusives mixes: one for Dazed & Confused & ‘the one’ for FACT mag that finished in the top 20 best FACT mixes of the year.

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Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.

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