Stealth archives: 2015

HNNY & Romare at dollop x SvR All Nighter, Stealth & The Rescue Rooms

  • Saturday 30th May 2015
  • Supported by: HNNY, Romare, dollop DJs & more

 On Saturday 30th May dollop host Stealth Room 1 at Stealth Vs Rescued, featuring two of their favourite acts of 2015. 


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HNNY (preferably pronounced “honey”) is the moniker of Johan Cederberg, a Swedish electronic music producer who follows the simple philosophy of creating/playing dance music aimed for the dance floor, played out loud. 

He has released his vibrant, carefree brand of house music on several labels including Pets Recordings, Local Talk, Let’s Play House, Permanent Vacation, Studio Barnhus & his own 'Puss' imprint.

HNNY's 2011 debut - an unlikely, hypnotic Mariah Carey edit, came out on Axel Boman's Studio Barnhus label; and was soon followed by his breakthrough track 'For The Very First Time' on Local Talk. HNNY has since dropped other faves for house DJs, like "Tears", "No", "Sneeze", "Boy" & "Noth..." all have which established his sound and profile, even if he hasn't said much beyond the music. His most recent release is an album of edits which is a victory lap of sorts, but also shows off some hidden gems from the Local Talk label that helped give him a start. 

 Put HNNY in a DJ booth and you’ll hear an expertly mixed set of underground club music new and old, with fond memories of the old school and a steady gaze set on the future of dance music. 


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 The young electronic musician known as Romare wears his inspiration on his sleeve – in fact, he takes his very name from it. Having studied African American Visual Culture at University, he came across the work of Romare Bearden. The African American’s collaged, cut’n’paste artworks inspired the budding musician to apply a similar technique to music – an approach that was hugely fruitful, and remains central to his work today. After stints as a drummer and guitarist throughout school and university, he moved to Paris where he picked up the turntables and began mixing his own music with samples from second hand records. 

 Romare signed to Black Acre in 2012, putting out his first release 'Meditations on Afrocentrism' in March of that year. He began to play shows, making enough money to finance a move to London. Ensconced in the vast musical melting pot of the capital, he began work on his second EP 'Love Songs: Part One'. 

 His debut album, 'Projections', was released on Ninja Tune, and has seen rave reviews and support from the likes of Bonobo, Gilles Peterson, Tiga and Benji B. 


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10pm-6am. 18+


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