Pheeko Dubfunk touches down at Muak for an exclusive London appearance
Muak’s reputation as one of London’s most celebrated nights for house music aficionados looks truly justified as this month it welcomes San Francisco’s Pheeko Dubfunk to make an exclusive London appearance on Saturday 21 June
2008 at Bar 54 Shoreditch.
Muak have pulled off a real coup in securing an exclusive set from Pheeko Dubfunk (Swank Records) and accompanying him on the night will be Muak’s very own host and founder DJ Zaki with Manish, with support from Kellilicious and People like Us to provide the best in deep house music.
Hailing from Oran-El-Bahia in Northern Africa, DJ Pheeko Dubfunk caught the muse of music at an early age. It was the works of Aretha Franklin, Delegation, Alexander O’Neal that filled the ears a budding DJ with funk, reggae and R&B. Growing up in one of the more diverse cities in the world gave the young artist numerous opportunities to enjoy and learn about various musical styles.
At his first US home in West Palm Beach, Pheeko was further exposed to house music and became a resident DJ at Club Bliss. He also graced the decks at Florida’s hottest destination – South Beach Miami.
After moving to San Francisco Pheeko had the chance to showcase his talent.
Pheeko has shared the stage with the luminaries of San Francisco and beyond, playing alongside names like Mark Farina, Miguel Migs, Kaskade, Jay-J, Gadjo, David Harness, Ellen Ferrato, and others.
Having releasing track’s on Swank recordings, Pheeko looks to producing more tracks and lighting up the dance floor for his ever-insatiable fans.
Looking forward to his exclusive appearance at Muak, Pheeko Dubfunk commented, “I have worked all over the world either producing or playing but, crazily enough, I have never had the opportunity to get behind the decks and play a set in London, I just want to make music for the people .
You better believe I’m up for it and I’m looking forward to a huge night with a lot of surprises in store.”
This event will take place on Saturday 21st June 2008 from 10.00pm to 6.00am at Bar 54 Shoreditch, 54 Commercial Street, London E1 6LT.
Admission is free entry before 11pm, £5 with flyer before midnight, £10 on the door