Alex Arnout, Clive Henry, Jamie Roy, Camiel Daamen, Liam Webb, Jamie Ward
On 31st March FEAST returns to the newly refurbished 93 Feet East. After the revamp throughout January which includes a new state of the art D&B soundsystem, the club will be firing on all cylinders again and already boasting some excellent line ups for the February and March months. In keeping with the quality we have orchestrated a stella line up With DC10 legend Clive Henry, Dogmatik label boss Alex Arnout, Paradigm resident Dutch DJ/Producer Camiel Daamen, rising UK star Jamie Roy and support from FEAST residents Jamie Ward & Liam Webb.
With the doors opening at 3pm expect the party to get started straight away. This is FEAST’S celebration of the clubs next chapter. After having so many great memories, DJ’s, music and parties at 93 Feet East we really can’t wait to get that dance floor shaking once again. The line up has been carefully selected to bring you superb music all day for the real house heads and the DJ’s will be sure to bring pure vibes to the club.
The event is in the middle of the bank holiday weekend so its a great chance to really let your hair down and not worry about work until Tuesday morning, partying the night away!
Come and join us to be part of what will be a great return to the infamous club along with the FEAST crowd who always bring that party atmosphere with them….
CLIVE HENRY :-
Clive is one of the UK’s longest standing flag-wavers for underground house music having been an original member of the West London house mafia, one half of the genre-defining tech house outfit Peace Division and resident at the world’s most musically influential nightclub DC10. Clive started his long musical journey way back in the mid-eighties when he was working after school to earn money to feed his vinyl addiction. He caught the DJing bug going to local hip hop jams in West London and listening to early electro/hip hop on pirate radio. It was all about to change however, when in 1988 he was introduced to London’s early acid house scene by Rocky and Diesel from Xpress 2. They took him to the seminal Spectrum and Shoom clubs which proved highly instrumental in shaping Clive’s musical future.
Not long after, Clive and Rocky started running their own successful nights in the emerging West London party scene called Bone and Gosh with guests like David Holmes, Andrew Weatherall and Ashley Beedle. It wasn’t long before Clive started playing at his own events, which in turn lead to bookings at other clubs, first in London and then across the UK. In 1998 he founded the iconic tech house label Low Pressings with fellow surburbanite Justin Drake who went on to become his production partner in Peace Division.
During this period Clive relocated to Ibiza every summer and in 2000 on after a night out at Space with fellow DJ Lottie they stumbled across the now legendary Circo Loco afterparty held at DC10 on Monday mornings. Back then DC10 was more like a social club for DJs, promoters and their friends and it wasn’t long before Clive was a regular feature at the club. He hasn’t looked back. During the last decade Clive has established himself as the British backbone of the club laying down his trademark brand of deep no- nonsense house music week in week out having being invited to join DC10 stellar roster of residents back in 2005.
ALEX ARNOUT :-
Having started his DJ career in Spain, and in the humble surroundings of many a local bar, the nineties were spent learning the basic skills so often lacking in today's break-through 'DJs'. Eventually catching the ear of someone that mattered, Arnout began playing more familiar outposts like DC: 10 and Pin Up in Ibiza, Dance Valley in Amsterdam and Circo Loco in London. On top of that, his finely sequenced journeys through all things house have also won him a residency at London's definitive Sunday session, Fuse, as well as gigs at the most revered of them all... fabric.
A pure passion for 4/4 (which has been burning ever since first hearing House Sounds of Chicago albums in the mid eighties) naturally lead Alex to begin experimenting with his beloved sound in the studio. Over the course of the last decade, the fruits of said labours have been bountiful: there have been releases alongside Daz I Kue from Bugs in the Attic; with an old school friend by the name of Leiam Sullivan as Ceramix (with whom he remixed Peace Division and Low End Specialists and earned a No.1 on Pete Tong's Essential Buzz chart with 'Can You Dance?') and more recently under his given name on Adam Shelton and Subb-an's fast-rising Brum label, One Records. The track was 'Vanishing Point' - a prowling deep house record lapped up by the likes of Visionquest that is indicative of his analogue aesthetic overall.
Aiming simply to "make great music", there have also been collabs with Jamie Jones and Clive Henry for the hotter-than-hot Hot Waves crew, whilst EPs for Composite and Vitalik and another collaborative effort with Clive - this time as Black to The Future - have also been confirmed and can be added to the myriad Arnout reworks included on the recent Rebel Rave compilation on Crosstown Rebels. All those accomplishments are commendable on their own, but one of the most important roles Arnout plays in the contemporary electronic scene is as label boss and A&R man for his own decidedly individually label, Dogmatik.
Having inadvertently launched the career of Maya Jane Coles by releasing her first releases, Dogmatik can also count the likes of Glimpse, Peace Division, Afrilounge, Tom Demac, Mark E, Ed Davenport, Stojche and Claire Ripley amongst its friends given the releases and remixes they have contributed to the label's catalogue since its inception in 2006. "My ethos is to find fresh talent and push them into the scene, always backed by quality remixers" says Alex of the label he runs; the label which has held memorable parties both at Sonar and in Ibiza during recent years. More and more often stepping out of the shadows of engineering, collaborating or running a label, then, the accomplished Arnout is making himself evermore an impossible talent to ignore.
CAMIEL DAAMEN :-
Way back in the nineties Dutchman Camiel began losing himself in synths, computers and other noise making machines, already fascinated by sound at a
young age. It is for this reason that he is a producer who is happy to lock himself down and work on a track for days on end, honing and honing his music for maximum dancefloor effect.
After many years of practicing and collecting experiences, the man has now released on imprints including Act Natural Records, Serkal, Natural Rhythm, Inmotion, Deep Tech, Klopfgeist, Tzinah and Steve Lawler’s ever on point VIVA music label, collecting praise from players like Tini, Loco Dice, Hector, Gel Abril, Brothers Vibe, Matthew Dekay and Maya Jane Coles along the way. And it’s no real surprise given the aesthetics of his music, house and techno beats with jazzy influences, deft percussive details and a true sense of groove all permeate his sounds and make your mind work as much as your heel.
JAMIE ROY :-
Jamie Roy hailing from Dumfries, Scotland first discovered house music at the age 14 after through his older brothers djing and record collection, Jamie's infatuation with dance music started then and is still prevalent today, now its an obsession! The years that followed allowed Jamie to gain enough exposure to both channel & nurture his drive into furthering what would ultimately be his chosen career path. One of the real standout experiences that saw Jamie decide on his choice to further this path as a DJ was Daft Punks Alive tour at Rockiness… “My passion for music definitely comes from experiencing nights with friends and and seeing how we still talk about certain events to this day, that moment was one of them.”
Keeping his mind open to genres and styles his most recent production work has seen him produce music that has been recognised by some of todays heavy weights. Solomun, Sasha, Nic Fancuilli, Doorly & Amine Edge to name a few. Denny’s remix of Jamie’s track – Whats Your Name reached the Beatport top 100 which later led to a 4 track EP release on the up and coming imprint – Under No Illusion Records. Fast forward a couple of years and… “My first gig was with my friends uber from Carlisle. We played alongside Danny Rampling which was a great experience. This later inspired me to start up my own night which later got named – Funktion. Our first guest was Yousef and as you can imagine we rocked the place… the night is still going to this day”.
Having spent 3 summers based in Ibiza Jamie’s profile status is rapidly growing. With his first residency for Ibiza Rocks at Pikes in 2015, this lead to Steve Lawler making Jamie the Viva Warriors resident for 2016 for a 22 week run at Sankeys cementing himself as one of the main stay dj’s on the island. He continued his love affair with Sankeys and that special basement in 2017 with a residency for Do Not Sleep as well as Cuckoo Land at Ibiza Rocks Hotel, a pool party that was one of the revelations of the summer, its safe to say that his name is becoming increasingly recognised by island goers alike. He rounded out the year playing for Ants Ibiza and Kaluki at The Warehouse Project Manchester and a huge NYE show in Glasgow at the Liquid Rooms with Groove Armada and Joris Voorn.
So enough with all the formalities, what you really need to know about Jamie is he loves a party, some say he loves it a bit too much but thats what makes Jamie,
Jamie! He knows how to read a dance floor, what record to play and when, but most of all how to get the crowd behind him whether thats at the club or the afters! Jamie is all about the good vibes and keeping the crowds energy levels up “I don't specifically set out to play one style, you have to feel the crowd and the moment to know what to play, its all about keeping it fun! There's nothing better then building a groove up and mixing it in with a few crowd favourites along the way