Drum & Bass The Source - Peshay (3 Hour Set) - 5th Oct - B'Ham

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    The Source - Peshay - Exclusive 3 hour set
    Friday - 5th October 2012

    Hare & Hounds
    High Street - Kings Heath
    Birmingham - B14 7JZ
    9pm-3am

    Adv Tickets £4+B/F
    http://www.theticketsellers.co.uk/buy_tickets/events/?id=10023184
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    Rescheduled from April following a family crisis, The Source welcomes legendary producer/DJ Peshay for an EXCLUSIVE 3 HOUR set taking you on a musical journey of dance music from 1994-2000.

    Peshay

    One of the most respected producers on the scene, Peshay has had releases on labels such as Metalheadz, Good Looking, Mo Wax, Reinforced, V Recordings and Island to name but a few but his excellence behind the decks is legendary. When he DJs, 4 minute mixes are the norm and the excitement that he generates has rocked dancefloors worldwide. After making his name as a DJ in the early 90s at legendary nights such as Genesis, Fascination, Dreamscape & Fantazia, Peshay then turned his hand to production. Early releases with Bay B Kane, Bizzy B and Dave Charlsworth led to him releasing the Protg EP on the legendary Reinforced Records and thrust him into the spotlight as an exciting new producer. This brought him to the attention of LTJ Bukem who signed him to his fledgling label Good Looking Records where he released the acclaimed classics Piano Tune, 19.5 and Vocal Tune which heralded the progressive, melodic evolution of intelligent Drum and Bass. After a couple of projects for Basement Records, he then produced a string of classic releases on Goldies Metalheadz label as well as becoming a sought after remixer with remixes of LTJ Bukems Music, Gallianos Freefall as well as several tracks off Goldies groundbreaking Timeless album. Peshay was then signed by James Lavelle for his Mo Wax imprint in late 1995 but due to mergers and contractual issues, his critically acclaimed debut solo album Miles From Home finally saw the light of day on Island Records Blue label in 1999. Following this, Peshay started his own label called Cubik Music and released tracks such as You Got Me Burning, Satisfy My Love Jammin as well as releasing the highly acclaimed album Fuzion. With remix credits of artists such as John Coltrane, Photek, Carl Craig, DJ Shadow and Courtney Pine to name but a few, Peshay has produced an impressive catalogue of quality dance tracks over the last 18 years and is widely recognized as one of the people credited with bringing soul and melodic beauty to the often cold feel of dance music. The Source is proud to welcome this wonderful producer/DJ to the Hare and Hounds.

    Along with residents DJ-X, Gershwin and Glenn Aston and all for just £4 (adv), this is one party not to be missed.

    In just 2 years, The Source has established itself as THE underground Old Skool night in the Midlands. It’s strict, non ‘anthem-bashing’ music policy and ability to put together lineups containing unusual and rare DJ’s/producers has set it apart from the rest and has seen it become the club night of choice for the discerning raver looking for something different from the other nights with their identikit lineups of the same old DJ’s.

    Those of you that have attended the previous Source events with Ray Keith, Ellis Dee, Frank De Wulf, 2 Bad Mice, Trevor Fung, Adamski, Nookie, Tango & Ratty, Doc Scott and many others will know what to expect – great music, great people, quality sound and lighting and above all, one fantastic vibe just like the old days!


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