Hot off the heels of delivering Chelmsford its Dirtybird debut, which caused a roadblock before 11pm to become probably the most volcanic night Essex has ever seen, Gist is back with a vengeance.
Never one for skimping on DJ talent, Chelmsford's most talked about new club night will welcome Matt Tolfrey to showcase his fittingly titled forthcoming album 'Word of Mouth' on 2nd June as part of a Leftroom takeover.
Coveted by house and techno heads worldwide for its consistent delivery of tough, groovy dancefloor substance since 2006, Tolfrey's Nottingham-born Leftroom imprint has continued to improve over the past 12 months, drafting in only the most sought-after underground talent to do the disco business. Most notably dropping dancefloor gems from Gavin Herlihy, Sam Russo, Laura Jones and Tolfrey himself in recent months, Leftroom has become the automatic go-to place for any DJ in need of chunky dancefloor-ready cuts, especially as the label has embraced funkier, more house-driven sounds over the past few years.
So, it's with absolute honour to introduce Chelmsford to the leading figures of the Leftroom roster for another night of Gisty goodness. Matt Tolfrey, the bossman also prone to ViVa Music, Culprit and Crosstown Rebels, will be joined by deep house darling Laura Jones, who, despite her butter-wouldn't-melt appearance really knows how to rock a dancefloor. Heads will already be aware of her instant classic for Leftroom, 2011's 'Love In Me', expertly remixed recently by Eats Everything, Maceo Plex and Kate Simko, plus releases on Visionquest and Crosstown, so expect Hooga's rafters to be blown well-and-truly through the roof by this dainty DJ who always packs a punch.
Also joining Laura and Matt will be Sam Russo, who landed the excellent 'Freeze Track EP' onto the label this February, to sign, seal and deliver the dancefloor goods in true Leftroom style on another night of high-end house music in Chelmsford thanks to Gist, Hooga's new flagship night which has already welcomed Subb-an, Claude VonStroke and Eats Everything to its 300-capacity abode during its short lifetime. This Leftroom is most definitely the right room.