SKREAM & MOVE D AT Q NIGHTCLUB
Thursday, May 15 2014
Thursday, May 15th at Q Nightclub
Decibel and Studio 4/4 proudly present…
Tempa / OWSLA – London, UK
Modern Love / Addicted – Berlin, DE
with Studio 4/4 resident
Kingdom / Studio 4/4
Advance tickets $15
Doors at 9pm / 21+
1426 Broadway Ave, Seattle
Ollie ‘Skream’ Jones is on a major roll. The 24 year old Croydon DJ, producer and original dubstepper had the festival anthem of last year with his Let’s Get Ravey remix of La Roux’s ‘In For The Kill’; he’s just been featured on the cover of NME with his Magnetic Man co-stars Benga and Artwork; and as we speak, he is all over Radio 1 with the first single from his second solo album, Outside The Box. The tune in question, ‘Listenin To The Records On My Wall’, is the perfect introduction to why Skream’s current level of success is just the beginning. It’s a joyful, ragingly energetic celebration of the last quarter decade of British street music, inspired by the hardcore and jungle records used by his older brother Hijak who was part of Grooverider’s Internatty Crew. It’s also a brilliant pop record that makes perfect sense to everyone who grew up surrounded by the breaks and beats of the 1990s – and to those who didn’t.
London based producers Alfie Granger-Howell and Nick Harriman make house music that’s inseparable from the genre’s tradition but comes with both a widescreen ambition and a distinctly UK underground edge.
ABOUT STUDIO 4/4
From Nu Disco to House to Progressive to Tech to Deep to Disco, this night is all about 4/4 dance music as interpreted and presented by members of Trashed, Decibel, Flammable and Innerflight. Every Thursday at Q.
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