So we're back and this time in a brand spanking newly refurbished Cosmic Ballroom. Upgraded sound system, new lights, new decor and set up.
For our return we've got a little treat for you:
FRED P (Soul People Music, NY)
Although it seems like his name has only risen to prominence in the past few years, New York City's Fred P. (a.k.a. Black Jazz Consortium) is no newcomer. After quietly logging time and paying his dues in the New York DJ circuit, the man began turning out deep, thoughtful, jazz- and soul-infused house that eventually caught the ear of artists like Move D and DJ Jus-Ed.
Most of Fred P.'s output has been released on his own Soul People Music imprint, although he's also dropped singles on labels such as Underground Quality, Strength Music, and Esperanza.
His mix goes deeper than many a mix respectively, but that's the idea.
Now we had the pleasure to see these lads play at Glastonbury and we were blown away, Ooof!
With it’s beginnings eight years ago in Bristol, the Futureboogie DJs and parties have become highly regarded in their home town, across the UK, and beyond.
The cast of DJs may have changed over the years, but the hallmarks of no boundaries quality music and a good party have survived, and are now in the capable hands of Joe90 and El Harvo.
The Futureboogie name has seen the boys travel far and wide with gigs at The Big Chill Festival, Bestival, Glastonbury Festival, Bloom Festival, The Garden Festival, Shambala Festival, and at clubs in Germany, Switzerland, France, Croatia, Russia, Belarus, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Netherlands, Bulgaria, New York, Greece, Romania, Australia, Serbia, and Poland.