Stealth archives: 2015

Fairlight: Richy Ahmed, Shiba San & more, Stealth

  • Friday 20th November 2015
  • Supported by: Richy Ahmed, Shiba San & more.

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RICHY AHMED (Hot Creations)

Following on from our sold out shows with Hot Since 82, Patrick Topping, Amine Edge & Dance and Shadow Child, we return to Nottingham on Friday 20th November for a special party featuring RICHY AHMED & lots more!

Richy Ahmed is firmly established as one of the top DJ’s at the forefront of British house music at the moment, consistently re-defining the scene, taking cues from disco, techno, funk, electro and hip-hop. Playing a major part in the renaissance of British House in recent years which has given rise to a whole new breed of DJ’s and producers, Richy Ahmed is a driving force behind this resurgence of home-grown talent.

Hailing from South Shields in the north of the UK, Richy continues to make regular appearances at events across the UK as well as tour internationally. Richy spent many years cutting his teeth at the UKs most exciting venues for underground dance music including Rainbow Venues in Birmingham, The Warehouse Project in Manchester, Glasgow’s Sub Club as well as London's most respected clubbing institution’s XOYO and Fabric. Internationally Richy Ahmed has played major events, from BPM in Mexico to the exclusive Blue Marlin venue in Dubai to Panorama Bar in Berlin, cementing his rise as a globally acclaimed DJ and as a result has been polled in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs for the last two years running. 

Bringing us in to the present and it is set to be a busy year production wise for Richy, with the release of his own EP on the classic Strictly Rhythm label along with a number of remixes on Circus, Suara, Truesoul to name a few. 



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In recent times Shiba San has garnered a lot of positive attention from every corner, with one foot in his hip hop past and the other embracing the future of house he has found a comfortable collision of the two in bass heavy ghetto funk. And associations with both Claude Von Stroke’s Dirtybird label and AMINE & Dance’s Cuff certainly haven’t hurt.

His recent release “Okay” effortlessly became a contender for our 2014 summer soundtrack, and it’s currently making some serious rounds on the club circuit, shooting straight to the top on Beatport’s House chart and coming in at numero 3 on the overall rankings provides – a clear indicator of the power behind this low slung rumbler. As if hearing the track yourself wouldn’t confirm that!

It’s fair to say that Shiba San is primed and ready to blow. You can’t escape the feeling that this could be the start of something big.

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Tickets on sale now via Resident Advisor

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