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Skream - Stealth 11th Birthday‬, Stealth

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  • Friday 29th May 2015
  • Supported by: Skream, Matt Tolfrey & more tba.

 

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SKREAM (Extended 3 Hour Set)

As part of Stealth's 11th Birthday celebrations we are throwing a number of parties across late April and May, the first of which we can announce will be headlined by Skream. 

Starting out his career as a dubstep producer; over the last 12 years Skream has released an eclectic selection of music on some of the most respected record labels in the world - including the likes of Berkane Sol, Big Apple Records, Bingo Beats, Blasé Boys Club, Boysnoize Records, Crosstown Rebels, Deep Medi Musik, Digital Soundboy, Disfigured Dubz, DMZ, Ed Banger, Fabric (London), Girls Music, Greco-Roman, Hotflush Recordings, Kitsuné Music, Leftroom, Mad Decent, Ninja Tune, NonPlus, Planet Mu, Rinse, Shogun Audio, Southern Fried, Southside Dubstars, Sub Soldiers, Sunday Best, Swamp 81, Tectonic, Tempa, Tru Thoughts & more.

Skream has played at Stealth a number of times over the years, and we look forward to welcoming him back for a special extended 3 hour headline set in Room 1 on Friday May 29th. 

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MATT TOLFREY

Matt Tolfrey was once of the original residents at Stealth when we first opened in 2004. Fast forward eleven years and 2015 has so far seen him celebrate the 10 year anniversary of his 'Leftroom' imprint and deliver a critically acclaimed instalment of Fabric’s Mix compilation series.

Matt Tolfrey's musical roots lie in Nottingham where he regularly attended DiY events as well as the infamous 'The Bomb' nightclub, the latter being a home to authentic British deep house via the likes of Kelvin Andrews and Dave Congreve. Soon after these formative years, just after the turn of the century Tolfrey found himself behind the decks at The Bomb, and later Stealth, where he began to carve out a reputation for himself as a varied and adept house selector. After a move to London around this time, Tolfrey kicked off Leftroom and signed his debut EP to the burgeoning Crosstown Rebels, two moves which fully drew him into the music industry. Since then, Tolfrey’s productions have cropped up on the likes of Cocoon, Culprit, Phonica, Rekids and, most recently, Skream’s Of Unsound Mind while stewarding Leftroom to drop releases from the likes of DJ Bone, Laura Jones, Huxley and Kate Simko.

Seth Troxler: “Matt Tolfrey, the last great British DJ.”

& more TBC. 

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Limited tickets on sale now via Fatsoma.

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Plus support TBC. 

18+. 10pm-5am. 

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