Next up in the Warehouse series: Pete Tong and Darius Syrossian! If the last DBP & High Tide collab (MK) is anything to go by then this is going to be one hell of a party down in the excellent multi-purpose warehouse space near the docks known as The Mo’club.
TICKETS VIA DBP/FATSOMA
Competition: Now closed. Congratulations to Fred Risch, and Veronica Zarzycki-Hogan who both won a pair of tickets.
It’s fair to say that Pete Tong’s history is intertwined with the history of acid house and electronic music itself. His career mirrors the story of dance music over the last 25 years. As a DJ, he has graced the decks of the best clubs and festivals worldwide. He is the host of the hugely popular and internationally-renowned BBC Radio 1 programmes called the Essential Mix and the Essential Selection. And you must have been under a rock for a very long time if you haven’t come across a couple of Essential Mixes along your way! Tong has also worked as a record producer and is basically regarded as a global ambassador for electronic music.
“Ttrue house music” … Three words that define the style and sound of Darius Syrossian, yet also represent the principles by which he has successfully made his name as a DJ, producer, label boss and radio host at a global level. He is one of the core artists of Steve Lawler’s VIVa family and has ticked off every major club and festival in an extensive touring schedule; his production skills have lead to acclaim with labels such as Area Remote, 8 Bit, Monique Musique and of course VIVa MUSiC. In addition to this there is a forthcoming release in the summer on Get Physical. His own imprint Breakout Audio has presided over collaborations with talent such as Paul Woolford, Julien Chaptal and Pier Bucci.
It only seems appropriate that we now share with you Darius’ Essential Mix from earlier this year:
By the way, here’s an epic video from the last Warehouse event to give you an idea of what’s gonna be happening (produced by Family Creative):
Support on the night will come from Spiteri and the High Tide residents.