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Unleash with No Regular Play (Live), Slow Hands, Hunter/Game and Deep-Lo photo gallery
For those that missed our event there last year, the venue is a private space on the 31st floor of the tallest building in central London. Located just off Oxford Street with easy access for our friends that live in both West and East London, this place has spectacular 360 degree views of the city.
After some lengthy battles, we have finally succeeded in convincing the venue owners to let the party go on past 7AM for the most dedicated Sunleashers amongst you. FYI - last year on May 12 Sunrise was 5:14AM, meaning we will have more than 2 hours to witness the glorious spectacle.
Check out the video from our last party at the Paramount here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRS-PMgiSlA
Pre-sale tickets only. As a friendly warning, last time we did our event at this venue tickets sold out a week in advance :)
Leading the way are NO REGULAR PLAY. Greg Paulus and Nick DeBruyn met as 8 year olds growing up in St. Paul, Minnesota. Picking up inspiration from hip-hop and jazz legends such as A Tribe Called Quest, J Dilla, Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock, Greg performed trumpet at local jazz clubs in his teenage years and together they traveled to Cubaâ€™s Havana to study Afro-Cuban rhythm, music and culture. In 2006 Nick joined Greg in Brooklyn to begin experimenting with electronic music after they attended a Wolf + Lamb party that blew their minds. When these guys say LIVE set, they really do mean it - expect live instruments, vocals and much more.
One of the main proponents of the current slow-mo and sultry house revolution, SLOW HANDS aka Ryan Cavanagh is an organic specialist. His rich yet languid style bares all the hallmarks of the classical and compositional training he has had, whilst everything from jazz to blues to trippy electronica inform the New Yorkerâ€™s well honed production palette.
As if that wasnt enough we have Diynamic's very own HUNTER/GAME joining this line-up - The sound comes from a deep groove and it evolves thanks to electronic and pop influences, while keeping techno inspiration as its main element.
As always our much loved resident DEEP-LO are providing the support - watch out for their killer new track Let You Go hitting the dancefloors around the world this summer.
see you there!