Slowpoke London Showcase
Saturday 3rd November 2012
Red Gallery, Shoreditch
JESSE PEREZ (Mr Nice Guy | OFF | Hot Waves)
SISHI ROSCH (Get Physical | Digital Delight | Mr Nice Guy)
tBOY (Outcross | Neim | Hot Creations | Akbal)
JAMES POPLE (Lower East | Resonance | Feast)
Slowpoke London (SPL) is back with a bang, sporting our signature darker, sexier sound and representing the sound of our label roster that has been built over the last year. In fact, it’s such a good roster of talent, that we’re bringing you a showcase at Shoreditch’s Red Gallery on Saturday 3rd November.
Head of the ‘Mr. Nice Guy Records’ imprint and more gangsta than Miami Vice, Jesse Perez graces our decks and kicks off his tour with his fist UK date. This Miami Hothouse has been trail blazing his way toward 2013 with his unique blend of hip hop, house and techno with a massive dose of Latin Miami thrown in for the freshest measure.
Sishi Rosch has had a massive 2012, and 2013 looks set to be even bigger following the success of his recent release on Get Physical with Damian Uzabiaga and solo release on Kolombo’s Lou Lou records. His own labels Digital Delight and Sultry Vibes have gone from strength to strength this year confirming his as someone who makes, plays and knows great music.
Following James Pople’s breakthrough with his debut release on Lower East in 2011, James has spent most of 2012 honing his production skills and collaborating with some leading figures in the underground house scene. His stand out EP on Feast entitled ‘Who’s that Girl’ gained him the support and recognition of a long list of who’s who DJs and producers.
The latest addition to the SPL family, tBOY, will be showcasing his current sounds, from solo releases on Miguel Campbell’s label Outcross Records, to collaborations with the likes of A Guy Called Gerald, WiLDKATS and Justin Drake from Peace Division. The future is very exciting for tBOY and we can’t wait to show you what he’s got up his sleeve.
Head to Shoreditch’s Red Gallery for a night of the deepest, darkest and alternative sounds in contemporary house music – no attitude and great vibes, it’s looking to be an unforgettable night at the mercy of some of deep electronica’s finest.