Deep South Music
On November 19th Deepsouth music returns to the Rhythm Factory Whitechapel for the latest instalment of their quality underground parties.
This months musical offerings will be supplied by two of tech house’ most prolific dj’s and producers, Jay Tripwire and Grant Dell.
Hailing from the heart of downtown Vancouver Jay’s musical curiosity and mischievous character (which always prevented him having a regular job) lead him to life as a DJ/Producer. Since his stand out release in 2001 in Mastakilla & a massive remix of the classic ‘Nervous Acid’, Jay has hardly had time to stop. With an impressive tally of over 50 releases and over a hundred thousand records sold Jays music has reached an array of dancefloors across the world. Over the past couple of years his DJing has seen him make appearances anywhere from Barcelona to Moscow to Japan and some classic sets at London giants Fabric and the End. It is with great pleasure that we can bring Jay to the Rhythm Factory for an exclusive London gig.
Our second guest in takes the form of South London’s very own Grant Dell. A ten year veteran of the Tech house scene Grant was lured towards dance music in the early eighties through the sounds of reggae and dub. After starting to play professionally in 1990 Grants skills behind the decks took him to some of Londons best underground parties including Whoop Whoop, Heart and Soul and Wiggle and earned him his own radio show on ENERGY 87.9 (the longest running Pirate radio show to date) on Thursday evenings sponsored by Swag records.
Production wise Grant is best known from his Tribilation projects which burst him onto the scene in 2001, since then Grant has gone on to have a host of releases on labels such as Big Chief, Tango, Swag and Detour. We are immensely looking forward to hearing Grants unique blend of deep Techy house, long heavy baselines and hypnotic percussive workouts.
Joining Senoirs Tripwire and Dell will be DeepSouth residents Graeme Doyle, Nathan Doe and Duncan King.
Our backroom this outing will be hosted by Deepsouth’s Nick Carter and Manchester outfit Homegrown Adam B and Tom Golden.
DeepSouth will also be hosting a room at the Egg for the afterparty Jaded with Jay taking a guest spot in the main room from 6am.
Doors open 9pm-3am. Entry £7 before 11 £10 after.