Roll up, roll up my shimmy waifs, strays and vagabundos.
Do we have a treat for you . . .
Live and direct from fair Glasgow sees a clash of the underground's finest.
Waifs & Strays are Amos Nelson and Rich Beanland. A chance meeting on Bristolâ€™s after-party circuit saw this duoâ€™s musical backgrounds brought together to create the effortlessly eclectic and undeniably unique sound of Waifs & Strays.
Their debut track â€“ 2010â€™s late night â€˜3amâ€™ â€“ was rapidly snapped up for Matt Tolfreyâ€™s Leftroom imprint, and set the benchmark high for future success; featuring in DJ Magâ€™s essential releases, and picking up props from major players including Luciano, DJ T, Anja Schneider, dOP, Danny Tenaglia and Laurent Garnier.
The follow-up record â€˜Yeah Yeahâ€™, gathered significant international support following its debut at the last yearâ€™s Detroit Music Conference, smashing dancefloors from Fabric to Watergate. With Heidi calling it â€˜the dirtiest house track I have heard in a very long timeâ€™ and featuring it on her Radio1 show, and set to be one of the must-have releases of 2011.
2011 seen tracks and remixes forthcoming on the likes of Get Physical, Hot Creations, Leftroom and Futureboogie, including exclusive cuts for the â€˜Five Years Of Leftroomâ€™ and Heidiâ€™s hotly anticipated â€˜Jackathonâ€™ compilations, and with a residency at Bristolâ€™s super-hot after-ours The Breakfast Club, itâ€™s time to take in some Waifs & Strays.
Early release tickets are only Â£5 this Saturday (3rd) at Saint Judes where Edit-Undo play host to Gavin Herilhy (Cocoon), plus Affi Koman Live (Sunday Circus). These will be available from the cash desk.
General release will be available from 9am Monday 5th March from Ticket-Scotland.
Online - www.tickets-scotland.com
Instore - 237 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8DL
So there you have it . . . The lateset round of top hats, techno and treachery. Oh and did somebody say "afterparty?"
Details to follow . . . KEEP CALM AND SHIMMY ON !