Dusky 4 hour set
Loft - Chibuku
As part of their extensive worldwide tour, Dusky will be stopping off at Liverpool’s East Village Arts Club on the 28th October to play lengthy 4-hour set, joined by a host of other exciting artists including Brighton based Lorca. The duo will be visiting a large number of countries during their tour starting in October, stopping off at New Zealand, Australia, Spain and Germany amongst other countries playing 30 dates lasting through to December, 8 of which are in the UK.
Dusky have been a mainstay in the house music scene since they started reeling off top quality tracks around 4 years ago. Their earlier hits which include ‘Flo Jam’ on Dogmatik Records and their remix of Justin Martin’s ‘Don’t Go’ were huge club hits and their more recent music has also had just as bigger impact on club land. With many releases on Anjunadeep such as Mr Man and of course their impressive debut studio album, the pair are associated with a fairly progressive, melodic sound yet have produced tracks of a wide variety of styles, pulling inspiration from many musical influences. With other EPs being released on prestigious labels like Aus Music and Henry 85 they are proving to be one of the most in demand underground artists of today.
Hailing from Brighton, Lorca may not be as well known as the headliner, but his talent has definitely not gone unnoticed. With releases on reputable labels such as Naked Naked and Midnight Visions, Lorca’s sound complements Dusky’s well, awash with dreamy synths, experimental drum patterns and pleasant chimes, all whilst low grumbling sub bass drive his tracks into the next.
The two will be coming together with other performers who are yet to be announced at one of the favourite music spots for many in Liverpool. Not only the home of Yousef’s local clubbing institution Circus, but also where many live music acts play on a regular basis, East Village Arts Club provides a sizeable yet intimate venue for these DJs to present their music.
Dusky The Next Step Tickets are on sale now.