East End Dubs
We welcome one of the most talented and revered selectors in the UK today on Fri 2nd November. A DJ’s DJ whose passion and talent over the past 15 years have had floors locked into his stripped back but characterful grooves from the dubbed out genres of house, garage and tech.
We welcome East End Dubs to Mixology!
East End Dubs is imbued with the same urban grit, late night menace and subtle sense of mischief as the East London streets from which he takes his name. It has been that way since 2012 when he first broke throug as a producer with a dark and infectious tech sound that has been jacking dance floors all over the world. His own productions are slick, texturally rich affairs that are perfectly sculpted to be a perfect mix of function and form: metallic and mechanical yet scuffed up with a real sense of soul, they diamond cut tools designed for maximum impact with minimal effort.
As a producer, he makes tracks for special moments in the night that help elevate any set above the norm. He views each new release as an attempt to inject his own free spirit into various different grooves - labels like Dogmatik and Metroline as well as his own East End Dubs Vinyl. Releasing limited edition slabs of multicoloured vinyl, the hotter than hot label has become a much talked about outlet that has found its way into the bags of serious selectors like Raresh and Riccardo Villalobos.
The vitality of his DJ sets, draw of his productions and reputation of his label have seen him play across Europe, US, South & Latin America and Australasia, week in, week out. From Eastenderz Showcases in Berlin, New York, Ibiza and Zurich to fabric, DC-10, Studio 338, KaterBlau and Sankeys Ibiza, he plays high profile gigs and international festivals, and always leaves his mark.
Joining East End Dubz on the night will be as always our three resident DJs: Tom Skinner, Dan Clare & James Chan. Joining them on the night we welcome back local talent Lee Haslam now DJing under his alias ‘Ell Haych’ and making his debut at Mixology we welcome John Jules!
We’ll see you at the front!