Melbourne, get ready to see Laurence Guy for the first time. Hot off of last year’s phenomenal debut LP, he’s dropping anchor Down Under after releasing his most recent record on Tokyo’s Mule Musiq. As someone who has garnered international attention for his sensational production skills, we can assure you he’s just as adept a selector behind the decks as he is a wizard in the studio. Expect to hear some of Laurence’s original compositions as well as many of the records, both new and old, that are currently inspiring the man of the moment. If all you see outside of your regularly scheduled program this March is Laurence Guy at the Lounge then we wouldn’t fault you. Then again, maybe not...
In support we have some local tastemakers Davinci Jones and Kyoku DJs setting the mood just right.
Our advice? Don’t stray too far from the dancefloor this Labour Day weekend as your legs will be working overtime.
About Laurence Guy:
Laurence Guy has been making and playing music for a long time, however; it seems that now, he's really hit his stride.
Over the last couple of years, he has proven his worth with a string of hyped releases on Church, Rose Records and Cin Cin, to name just a few.
2017 saw the release of his debut album on home stable, Church, featuring appearances from Steve Spacek, Ishmael and Contours. It saw Laurence explore rewarding musical diversions, while retaining the melodic tendencies that drew people to his music originally: a mixture of house, ambient, jazz and lo-fi electronica—it’s garnered praise from all over.
As a DJ, he's gone from strength to strength, taking his all-encompassing style and rampant musical enthusiasm around the globe, making his Boiler Room debut in 2016 and appearing on revered radio stations such as Rinse and Worldwide FM.