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Engine label premier
The end of August brings another extra slice of Product pie your way; Rez launches his own 'Engine' imprint with two of the industries best. Whilst Tom Neville is guaranteed to get you on the dance floor by contrast the Audiofly boys will work their heavily underground sound late into the wee hours.
Support is of course from Rez, Makai and special guests Infectious. The Notts and Manchester crew are long overdue a visit and bring with them local favourites The Littlemen, Subsonic collective and residents Dan Hamilton and Jack Smedley. All in all a smashing line up to tempt you out after Bank Holiday!
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Rekleiner is a collaboration between Stuart Geddes, Anthony Middleton & Luca Saporito, all important players within the UK underground club scene; Luca and Anthony are also known as Audiofly. The Rekleiner project is something the boys have been working on for most of 4 years now. Starting purely as a production outfit the boys meandered casually through their few productions looking for a sound which they could explore as their own and over the last 3 years they have been developing that sound and their dynamic back-2-back DJ sets.
Geddes meanwhile over the last two years has built up one of London's most established underground nights called 'Mulletover'. Over the last two years Mulletover have been responsible for introducing Londoners to a different kind of clubbing with events mainly taking place in illegal warehouses across East London. Since starting Stuart has been responsible for throwing some of the most remarkable parties earning cult status and have introduced London to acts such as M.A.N.D.Y., Ivan Smagghe, Dan Ghenacia, D'Julz, Konrad Black and Dominic Eulberg. This year Stuart took his parry to Ibiza where his Sunday mornings at space (not to mention the infamous villa party) won him plenty more Kudos.
With the momentous success of underground smash 'Just Fuck' back in 2004 already tucked under his belt, Tom is moving into a new stage of his career. As well as turning his magic hands to further solo production and impressive remix action, such as his mixes of 'Milshake' by Kelis and 'Destroy Rock & Roll' by Mylo, Tom has launched his own imprint LoveMinusZero; a launch pad for future stars of the electronic age.
Tom now performs worldwide; his tough genre-defining electro house sound gaining further widespread critical acclaim.This year alone has completed tours of South America, South Africa, Australia, France, Eastern Europe as well as Russia. We're really happy to have him coming back to Stealth.
Nottingham's own The Littlemen have been DJing on the UK free party scene, clubs and festivals since 1993, Steve and Gav as a part of the legendary Smokescreen SoundSystem and Giddy Fruit Collective respectively. Whilst DJing they decided to put their heads together in the studio and formed The Littlemen in 1999. Since then they have racked up over twenty strong releases and many remixes on respected labels inlcuding their own imprint, Mobile Trax, creating a reputation throughout the world for their deep, techy and contagious house music.
As well as their production work together they have also released material independently, with members of Brown, To-ka Project, Inland Knights and Lo-Motion on labels such as Viva Recordings, 20:20 Vision & DiY Discs. This year sees the release of their first album, "Walkin' Sideways", an eleven track CD featuring original songs and tracks of various styles. The Littlemen continue to be heavily involved with Smokescreen and the local party scene, but you will also find them performing gigs as far away as Asia, all over Europe, the USA, Australia and now Product.