Nick Muir, Dmitry Molosh, NINJA & Accomplices & Tomas Bayley
The second of two events, we present to you our 6th event, The Sixth Sense. This will be our first Halloween party on Saturday 3rd November, at Cell 200 in Kings Cross again.
Heading up our lineup and leading us into the witching hour is Nick Muir (Bedrock). Nick is one of the giants of the UK dance music scene. He is a musician/producer as well as a DJ of international renown. Nick has been involved with John Digweed and the Bedrock project since its inception and has been responsible for some seminal moments in the scene, countless original tracks and remixes as well as soundtrack work and DJ mixes.
Next up Dmitry Molosh (Sudbeat Music, Hope Recordings, Plattenbank Records, Replug) returns to play for us again! We’re so happy to have him back. This time he will be playing a longer set, so we will have time to really appreciate his abundant talents. Dmitry's sound is a powerful, melodic progressive sound. His music is epic and deep with driving, hypnotic rhythms and an unmistakeable chunky groove. It is music that is potent with emotion, it induces euphoria, it has an infectious, rhythmic energy and it sets dancefloors alight.
In the space of a just a few years, Dmitry's productions have become ubiquitous in the sets of legendary DJs who seek out his work, knowing that it is a byword for quality. He is regularly supported by industry giants such as Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Guy J, Guy Mantzur, Khen, Armin van Buuren, Cid Inc, Matt Darey, Eric Prydz, Markus Schulz, Darin Epsilon, Max Graham and many more.
Next up is NINJA and her accomplices who will provide a very special collaboration to open the night – a DJ set with live instrumentals. NINJA paints her creative canvas through an extraordinary exploration of live sounds and instruments from the electric guitar to the sitar, inspired heavily by her ethnic roots, which stem back to the Indian and African subcontinents. These hypnotic sounds are then looped into pulses of deep tech and techno waves, creating an emotive experience for the listener.
Completing the lineup is Tomas Bayley from Bristol. Tomas has been forging a name for himself on Bristol's local club circuit over the last few years. He describes his current sound as "nearly always melodic or containing moments of melody, but never cheesy". Although Tom is always looking for new/future sounds, he has been known to throw in a classic or two into his sets/mixes. Tom is the resident DJ for The Prog Lab in Bristol and in the last year has warmed up for the Quivver, Jody Wisternoff, Guy J, Sonic Union and Steve Parry and has also previously played alongside Nick Muir, so this event will be something of a reunion.
So much musical talent in one night. You would have to be mad to miss it.