DAN & TIM (Cut Copy djs)
Cut Copys boutique label CUTTERS RECORDS is taking a party and two of its newest artists NILE DELTA and DAS MOTH on the road in February along with a bunch of special guests to celebrate the release of two new EPs on the label.
Cutters Records - February Parties
featuring: DAN & TIM (cutters records DJs) / NILE DELTA / DAS MOTH / PELVIS
DAN & TIM (AKA Cutters Records head honchos and Cut Copy band members, Dan Whitford and Tim Hoey) will be gracing the decks with a series of DJ appearances across the country. Renowned for their ecclectic mixtapes, sought after remixes and love of house, disco and all things danceable, Dan & Tim will be eager to bring the party to a rhythm-fuelled climax, having spent much of 2010 couped up in the studio making their 3rd studio album, Zonoscope.
Along for this journey are two of the newest signings to the Label, Nile Delta and Das Moth. (Previous label signings include the likes of Midnight Juggernauts, Knightlife and K.I.M (the presets).
NILE DELTA is dancefloor wizard Joel Dickson, former member of acclaimed australian dance act, Riot In Belgium and current member of Cutters' dynamic-house-disco-duo, Voltage. His debut EP Channel / All This is out 31st January, and has already featured in numerous DJ charts internationally, and includes remixes by Chicken Lips and Tornado Wallace, as well as guest appearances by Knightlife and Cut Copys own Ben Browning.
DAS MOTH iis the alias of the Tokyo-dwelling musician and former member of Melbourne band Damn Arms, Tim Sullivan. As Das Moth Sullivan says no to punk and yes to a fusion of angular basslines, beautiful, esoteric synths and undeniable dance energy. His EP Wrong / Moon has already received high praise from uber-discerning New York DJ luminaries, Tim Sweeney and DFAs Jacques Renault. The full EP features remixes from Kink & Neville Watsion, Sidwho?, Jacques Renault and many more.
Also accompanying the Cutters Faithful are continental DJ favorites and purveyors of all things Italo, PELVIS bringing a swag of synth laiden high octane disco jams. Its gonna be epic!