Back for our 2nd Installment in Bristol's newest nightclub CRASH MANSION!
This time with Special Guest
DJ ROMAIN (NYC)
alongside Residents Deli G & Ben Daley
£3 before 11, £5 after
Gonna be a banger!! Hope to see you there!
In the late 90s he started getting noticed more and started to get dj bookings around the world. Romain decided to start producing his own records and releasing them. His first release was on Strictly Rhythm records in 1991 called Get Your Thang Together under the alias EMENAR 1. Romain then went on to release his work on many other labels in the US and Europe.
In 2000 Romain started a label with superstar dj & producer Jon Cutler called Metro Trax where he released his world wide smash hit Phillys Groove which got major air play on UKs Radio1 by Danny Rampling and was produced by Danny Krivit and himself. Romain then went on to release such hits on metro trax as Respect The Music feat. E-Man, Body Movin feat. Phillip Alexander & To The Beat Yall feat. Eric Niese from M.T.Vs Real World
Then in 2003 Romain went on a solo venture and started another label called Nu Faze records. This is where he started developing artists like Daniel Wright "Take Me 4 A Ride" and Lorenzo Tyler "Its Real". He then met artist Darryl D Bonneau and that collaboration churned out another smash underground hit called "Its the Spirit". That same year Romain was invited twice by dj Danny Rampling to play with him at The Cross in London. Rampling liked Romains style of DJing and heard him play a remix of "Love Is The Message" (M.F.S.B) by Romain, and liked it so much that he used it and Phillys Groove on his last C.D mix for Defected called "Break For Love".
In 2006 you will be hearing much more of dj Romain, his Its the Spirit will be on the Soul Heaven compilation mixed by Louie Vega. You can catch Romain working under new management with Aimee Newman, launching his second label out of the UK called Speak Easy Records with a first release called "So Bright", on tour in Brazil, Europe & Japan as well as releasing much more slamming hits for 2006 and beyond.