Line-up /ATFC, Ryota Nozaki, Jazztronik, DAIKI, DRESS CODE, Bengal, musiqconcierge, DJ At, Rideru, Stormy, Hiroki NOMA, Maiko Sadotomo, Rjou, ??
One of Defected's biggest artists ATFC (Aydin The Funki Chile) from 'Bad Habit' fame, returns to AIR after absolutley smashing it over a year ago! - This is gonna be HUGE people!.....
Ryota Nozaki (Jazztronik)
DAIKI (CRYSTAL HOUSE)
DRESS CODE (lllfaiths)
BENGAL (KEY/Trouble House)
Room 2 - Hosted by dB UKi Events (http://www.dbuki.com/) -
musiqconcierge (dB UKi/casablanca)
DJ At (BlackRussian)
Rideru x Stormy (Cafe Kitsch x Carte Blanche)
Maiko Sadotomo (garage)
Rjou x ?? (???????)
MiKAmarks nail art tips!
?3500 Admission ?3000 w/Flyer ?3000 AIR members
ATFC (Aydin The Funki Chile) -
“ATFC is simply on fire at the moment” Kevin McFarlane, Editor M8 Magazine.
“What he lacks in asthetics he gains in Studio abilty. On a serious note anyone who maintians a profile at the level and length of time Aydin has is truly world class. He has an abilty to adapt his style to stay relevent with out compromising his sound. A true house don!” Mark Knight Toolroom.
“ATFC are not a football team, in fact it’s one man who stands alone in his quest for keeping the funk alive & kickin and he’s been doing so for over a decade. He is Aydin The Funki’ Chile!” Seamus Haji BigLove.
I've been playing Aydin's trax for a long time and he never disappoints! He's constatnly evolving and giving sure fire dancefloor anthems as well as crossover hits. on top of that, he a nice bloke 2! Roger Sanchez Release Yourself.
Seamus Haji is absolutely right, ATFC is not Aberystwyth Town Football Club, the lesser know Welsh football team, but instead he is the uber talented, well loved and respected, legendary, British, veteran DJ, Aydin Hasirci.
He has been commanding dancefloors for eons as well as producing records that have stood the test of time. It is true ATFC made his name during the naughties, but since the beginning of his career he has simply (in the words of those modern French poets) gotten bigger, better, faster and stronger.
It’s well known that ATFC has had three UK top forty hits and has played at some of the biggest festivals and clubs around the world. During his 18 years as a producer and dj he has remixed some the best known artists in the world… Moby, Missy Elliot, P Diddy and Fat Boy Slim all called on his services. Described by DJ Magazine “as one of the top …. producers in the world of straight down the line, mainroom house music’ he is one of the industry’s most exciting and consistent artists.
In 08 he had a busy year by mixing the Defected Miami 08 compilation and then later the successful Defected In the House – Goa 09 album, the first Western house mix album of its kind in India
Production wise, ATFC has experienced a renaissance of late with huge dance floor obliterating tunage in the form of remixes of Funkerman, Marc Evans and a cheeky little bootleg of Ame Rej.
He’s also got three killer tracks recently released Juss a Beat, Praise to the JB’s and Bad Habit 2008 which are have been used as every DJ’s bullets since.
It didn’t stop there, Aydin teamed up with the fresh faced and uber talented New York vocalist Yasmeen Sulieman to produce one of his newest projects ‘Tell U Why’. It was released on the seminal US house label Strictly Rhythm. It has been heavily supported by many international DJ’s including Seamus Haji and The Cube Guys. Shortly after that came ‘Give Me Love’ feat Rae, quickly climbing up the Beatport chart to become a top 5.
His recent remix of Dubfire's 'Roadkill' was described as 'verging on genius' by Pete Tong. 'Ya Killin Me' was currently being sought out by all the major players in the house world, and he'd just signed exciting single and album deals with 2 of the most respected labels around. His recent DJ tour of the Far East, Asia and Australia was a huge success with the highlight being the Summerdayze Festival in Perth playing to a crowd of over 20,000 strong.
You’ll see ATFC appearing on Defected, Strictly Rhythm, and Toolroom Records, proving that, if nothing else, the man's more versatile than he looks!