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Percolate residents Krywald & Farrer have been sparking the party fuse since their paths first crossed way back in 2012. An indispensable part of the nomadic boogie crew’s furniture, they’ve vibe shepherded across London, the UK and much of Europe - sharing the decks with a who’s-who of the house, techno and disco elite.
Just as adept working a simmering room up to boiling point as dishing out peak time rollers - their distinct take on warm organic house has proved a hit across the land. Afrobeat, disco and jazz flourishes inform both their sets, and burgeoning production output - which has seen two stellar releases on Rob da Bank’s Silver Bear Records, an infectious cut on Gottwood’s Gottwax, and a secret new edits project we aren't supposed to mention...
Safe to say Summer is looking big for the boys; playing and curating a 4 month run of weekly Party People Sundays plus an enviable selection of festival dates. They’ll be taking in most of the UK including sets at Somerley Tea Party, Gottwood & Secret Garden Party - plus much of Europe with festivals in Croatia, Greece, Amsterdam, Barcelona & beyond.
Catch the boys in Dog Kennel Woods Saturday
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We'll try not be biased as this one comes from one of our co-founders Lloyd Miles who's put this together under the record label run by STP, Abstract Culture.
A quality blend of underground vibes heavy on the percussion side that is being released in perfect time as the sun shines for the next 90 days!
He plays twice at #stp2016, Friday in Dog Kennel Woods with a disco special set and Saturday in RFID Dome.
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What if all the unbelievable twists and turns of the 2016 presidential election were totally believable and maybe even predictable, if you just knew where to look: To the social movements that have roiled American culture the last 10 years. In the first of two episodes, Harvard’s Leah Wright Rigueur interviews Megan Ming Francis of the University of Washington about a new analysis they’re collaborating on.
Damien and Ali are back for this week's episode of In The Conversation, as they sit down to discuss a variety of topics including Ali's new glasses, getting hit with charges after a free trial period, binge-watching versus episodic viewing, the rarity of staying relevant in hip hop for long periods of time, World Star, Diddy on Snapchat, and a lot more. Check it out.
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On the first episode of my new podcast I had a chat with my very good friend @aamirmusic, we spoke about the incredible journey he's had over the last few years where he went from fetching tea for Jimmy Iovine to winning a Grammy for his work on Rihanna's last album.
Last night I dreamed that I was in a tea party with Mr. Chopin, Mr. Tatum & Mr. Shostakovich.
Chopin started to play and than he told me - I'm not envying you being alive now dude...
I didn't get the chance to answer him cuz I woke up. so this is my answer to him.
1- San Bernardino: Too much is never enough
2- The cycle continues
3- Trump vs Tea Party: We all lose
4- Shooting is good for the gun biz
5- ESPN say don't see Concussion. I can’t wait to see Concussion
6- The Force is coming
7- Asshole is as Asshole does
8- Guns, abortions...Same difference