Function 1 Soundsystem, old Bunk3r venue
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House Your Soul presents Zepherin Saint.
It’s an all night Dance affair at the Oxford Underground, Saturday 4th April. Zepherin Saint BACK on the controls and supported by HYS resident DJ’s, Mr-X, Mikekon and George Kristopher.
Who can forget the LEGENDARY party at the vault in 2011 where Zepherin was our very first international guest.
We look to replicate that vibe 9 years later and hope to see friends old and new to join us for some floor work, twisting, singing and dancing till the lights come on.
Powered by a Condesa Rotary Mixer and Klipsch sound, expect the music to fill the room that way its intended.
Dress to dance, bring a friend and come armed with a smile. We’re family!
Zepherin Saint (UK)
While he’s undoubtedly best known for his work over the past nine years establishing Tribe as one of the world’s leading labels pushing the afro and soulful envelope, his own legacy goes way back to 1988 when he released ‘Give me back your Love’ under the pseudonym “Boyz in Shock,” credited as the UK’s first soulful house record.
His label Tribe remains a vehicle for his many solo productions and collaborations and has hosted works and remixes from a diverse range of artists and legends across the electronic music board, as well as hosting his esteemed works with labels Defected, Local talk ,Suol, No Fuss, Soul 2 Soul, Vega records and Jack Trax.
Zepherin’s productions deliver impeccable slices of soulful and afro sounds fused in a futuristic musicality, in which he emphasizes the tension that soul music can have, rather than the release. His tracks and particularly his dubs, are often full of suspense and atmosphere – check his latest releases ‘Early in the morning’ on Suol, or his ‘Skyy & Butterflies Dubs’ released on his own imprint and the acclaimed ‘Blue moon’ on Local talk.
Equally respected as a DJ as he is a producer, Zepherin has brought his unique talents to the likes of Japan, Africa, North America, Indonesia, Australia and the Middle East, while on a club level he’s left his mark at world renowned clubs like Contact, Tresor, Watergate, Ministry of Sound and Pacha. A man of many considerable sounds and styles, it’s hardly surprising that Dean Zepherin’s colourful and diverse approach continues to enthral clubbers and electronic music connoisseurs across the world.