We are proud to announce our latest event with Freerange Records’ Matt Masters taking to the decks. Matt has become a key figure in the deep house scene, with several releases under his various guises (Matt Masters, MidiDropMusic and Marcelle La Roque) on some of our favourite labels, including Freerange, Urban Torque and Metroline. Matt’s production and DJing endeavours are evermore exciting and we look forward to having him onboard for what promises to be an unforgettable evening!
Supporting Matt Masters on the night is James Simmons, another London-based deep house DJ with ongoing successes including many gigs in foreign shores, and a signing to EML Recordings for his production work.
Supporting both of these exciting guests are deep house duo and Outpost founders, Safety in Numbers. Safety in Numbers are currently working on a number of tracks and edits set to do some damage in 2011. With both members having several years experience in DJing and running nights, expect a well rounded blend of house music from slow, soulful numbers to raw, Chicago grooves.
Outpost is a club night based in South East London. The ethos of Outpost is simple; to host parties of high quality music in an environment that represents the music; raw and far removed from the mainstream.
Outpost is born out of a love of deep house music and a passion for sharing it. Influences for the night stretch far and wide, from the forests of Nottingham to the dancefloors of Berlin.
The vision for the night was clear long-before now but was being halted by the key ingredient; a suitable venue. That was until we stumbled across the Bussey Building. Once a factory producing sporting goods, the building has been transformed into an incredible venue and artists’ space. It’s an industrial building which has been carefully adapted by an experienced DJ and promoter. The result is a free-party vibe without the inconvenience; there’s adequate toilets and a bar with a decent (and very reasonable) selection.
Outpost offers the perfect retreat for those looking for a bit more, or a bit less from a club night. We’re stripping back the nonsense and putting house music back in the warehouse it came from.