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Colours in association with Weekend Offender presents
Sat 9 Mar 2013 | 10pm-3am | SOLD OUT
Colours bring together three names at the top of their game – Nicky Romero, Jack Beats and Nilson – for a full on night of house and electro this March.
10pm-11.30am Giovanni Ferri
11.30am-1am Jack Beats
1am-2.30am Giovanni Ferri
10.30pm-midnight Lee Clark & Jamie Gee
1am-2am Matthew Smillie
Midnight-1am Calvin Logue
1am-2am Steven Brown
2am-3am Jordan & Maxi
Room 1: Nicky Romero
Colours are very proud to present the return of one their favourite young stars of recent years, Nicky Romero, taking up the headline slot at this Protocol Recordings party alongside label buddy and deep/tech house newcomer Nilson. Immersed in music from an early age, after swapping a drum kit for turntables he soon became obsessed with practising his mixing skills and, not soon out of school, began releasing tracks such as Privilege and QWERTY. His track My Friend proved a breakthrough moment, and he’s since toured the world, sharing a residency with David Guetta in Ibiza and collaborating with him closely on more releases this year, as well as teaming up with Avicii for latest single I Could Be The One.
Room 2: Jack Beats
Citing influences as diverse as Timbaland, Rage Against the Machine, A Guy Called Gerald and SebastiAn, Jack Beats (aka Beni G and Scottish hip hop DJ Plus One) teamed up in 2007 to hone a style fusing house, hip hop and dubstep with electro and drum n bass. What emerged was a cutting edge sound, demanding immediate attention with their remix of Boy 8-Bit anthem Fogbank, and what followed were remixes for Skream, Beyoncé, Aloe Blacc, Big Boi, Florence & The Machine and La Roux as well as six of their own own massive electro tracks such as Get Down and All Night.
Utterly dedicated to music and their craft, 2012 brought two mini albums – a “summing up” of everything they’ve experienced so far, with a cast of collaborators including Example, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Chiddy Bang and Takura – as well as touring a new live show. Latest single Somebody To Love was released in December featuring Jess Mills on vocals, and shows off the duo’s eclectic roots, spending their formative years jumping between 90s raves to the earliest underground grime nights with 50 people in attendance.
Please enter through Midland Street entrance