This October, house music will be under the spotlight at The Forum London, as two of the genres founders will be playing for Soundcrash alongside residents and special guests. Marshall Jefferson and Todd Terry need no introduction, as they are known worldwide as godfathers of the house music genre alongside other icons such as Frankie Knuckles and Larry Heard. They will be coming together at The Forum London to play a whole host of classics both old, new and future.
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Todd Terry is known for his seminal mixes amalgamating all the best tunes from the past few decades. Having remixed countless of these tracks in his own bouncy style, T’s groove is irresistible and will have you bouncing round the dance floor until his last record is played. In a feat similar to Todd, Marshall Jefferson is another who relishes the old school sound. Many will know him as the creator of, what is known as the first ever house music track to use a piano, namely the 1986 single Move Your Body, released on Trax Records.
The two have been picked to headline the bills of nightclubs internationally at a rate that hasn’t ceased since they reached the peak of their careers. This summer, both of them have been pipped for several dates in Ibiza, most notable the summer residency of the Leeds based club night Hard Times, who have set up shop at Privilege’s Vista Club this year.
Joining Jefferson and Terry will be Josey Rebelle and Ossie as well as Soundcrash’s own revered residents.
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Words by Josh Plews
Images courtesy of nightlondon and Soundcrash