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Stealth Autumn/Winter Launch Party, Stealth & The Rescue Rooms

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  • Friday 25th September 2015
  • Supported by: Shadow Child, Route 94, Artwork, Matt Tolfrey and more

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We are excited to announce the first of our Stealth Friday events of the new term. 

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Friday 25th September, 2015.

Stealth Autumn/Winter Launch Party

with... 

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 SHADOW CHILD

UK based Shadow Child made his debut via the Claude VonStroke's Dirtybird label early in 2012, mostly thanks to the EP's lead track 'String Thing' dominating Eats Everything and Claude VonStroke's DJ sets. 

Making his Stealth debut in 2008 under a previous alias, Shadow Child has become one of the biggest producers & DJs in the game - releasing his own material on Moda Black, Food Music, Defected and Dirtybird; and remixing the likes of Hot Since 82, Justin Martin, Hardrive, Miguel Campbell, AlunaGeorge, Duke Dumont and not forgetting this classic for Jamie Jones' Hot Natured project:

His A&R skills aren't too shabby either - having signed the likes of Hannah Wants, Chris Lorenzo, New York Transit Authority, Motez, Goldffinch, Fake Blood & Bodhi to his label Food Music, which he runs with Kry Wolf. 

Along with his own solo material, Shadow Child has also collaborated with the likes of My Nu Leng, Friend Within, Ben Pearce, T.Williams and Doorly, with whom he released the massive 'Piano Weapon':

  After his celebrated midnight slot at dollop NYE, we are super excited about welcoming back Shadow Child to Nottingham.

For an idea of what to expect check out his Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1:

Plus lots more TBA. 

Tickets on sale now via Resident Advisor

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ROUTE 94

Since emerging with a clutch of much-played tracks a few of years ago, Route 94 has quietly yet forcefully established himself as a distinctive figure in the house music scene. His music - simmering, forceful and purpose crafted for late night dancefloors - speaks of long evenings spent locked deep into mesmerising four-to-the-floor grooves, so immersed that the surrounding world falls away. 


Remaining a low-key presence and allowing the music to take centre stage, Route 94's tracks - propulsive, bass-heavy and with a keen ear for subtle melody - encode within them his many influences, drawing equally from the jacking momentum of Chicago and New York house and the sub-loaded sounds of his London home. It's an approach that's seen them become regular fixtures in the sets of DJs as varied as Skream, Richy Ahmed and Seth Troxler. 


His gradual focus towards a lean, stripped-back house sound came, he explains, as a result of becoming enamoured with the atmosphere of house nights - the intoxicating mood of a crowd caught up in perpetual, pulsing momentum. His tracks, however, remain steeped in the dark, bass-led energy that characterises so much London-borne dance music - even at their most melodic and atmospheric they're powered by serious low-end heft.

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ARTWORK (Numbers/Rinse)

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MATT TOLFREY (Leftroom/Culprit/Cocoon Recs)

 

& more TBA. 

 

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