BICEP live

BICEP live

Belfast-born, London-based duo Bicep (Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson) released their critically acclaimed second album, “Isles”, on 22 January 2021 on Ninja Tune. The record reached #2 in the Official UK Album Charts, with the duo going on to be nominated for 2 x BRIT Awards, an incredible achievement for an independent electronic act.

Two years in the making, “Isles” expands on the artful energy of their 2017 debut “Bicep”, while digging deeper into the sounds, experiences and emotions that have influenced their lives and work.

Bicep’s globe-trotting sound was forged as their own rapid ascent through the musical ranks began after starting their legendary FeelMyBicep blog in 2008, its humble trove of Italo, house and disco deep cuts grew into a runaway success.

“Bicep” was followed by a massively successful tour, which saw them raise the roof at Primavera, Coachella and Glastonbury before a triumphant three-night sold-out run of shows at Printworks in London. They sold out three forthcoming Brixton Academy shows in a matter of minutes. Additional headline dates across the UK, EU and US are hoped for in 2021, including a headline slot at Field Day in London, as well as performances at Parklife, Roskilde, Creamfields, Primavera, MELT!

Burr Oak

Burr Oak

Burr Oak is the new collaborative project from The Clamps and Opsen (formally known for his part in the production outfit Signs). With both parties having already made their mark within the roster of Trendkill, the imprint created by drum & bass figurehead Prolix, their names will be familiar with many veteran fans of the genre. But their joint prowess, alongside the massive body of tracks they’ve already got prepared for release, proves that their output is set to be a turning point for Trendkill. And this is from a label which has had a groundbreaking discography since its inception.

Carlita

Carlita

DJ Carlita, the dreamy sounds of the Turkish artist which evoke emotions of the known and memories of the unknown. The classically trained musician, who is often found playing the cello and whose guitar skills have developed from an early age, draws influences from rock and roll, psychedelic music, indie and acid rock. Growing up under the influence of Led Zeppelin, Depeche Mode and Yo-Yo Ma; these soundscapes can be felt by anyone who’s experienced her long musical journeys.

Known for the unexpected, DJ Carlita’s sets are characterized as emotional expeditions which aim to take you through musical journeys filled with spontaneous selections conceived through the dance floor and for the dance floor.

DJ Carlita has fast-conquered some of the most influential dance floors around the world, highlighting one of her most iconic musical scapes, her Garbicz set in which she found herself within herself. Her melancholic bigger than life sounds bounce from indie to disco to minimal and much in between Brazilian grooves to Latin vocals. One can say her musical sensitivity has a deeper meaning given she’s synesthetic.

She has kept herself busy with musical, visual and fashion projects which soon will see the daylight. Her classically trained approach to electronic music, brings a uniqueness to her sound much felt through the equalization of the harmonies in her productions.