The Brighton label has risen to the top of the pile with a wide remit of off-kilter dancefloor sounds from the likes of Mark Henning and Kris Wadsworth as well as some of tonight’s guests… Namely Maya Jane Coles who has fast become the first lady of deep house music in 2011 with a number of killer releases like ‘What They Say’ and DJ sets at places like fabric and WMC behind her. November sees the mistress release a new EP on Hypercolour whilst a new album is hotly anticipated in the New Year.
Next up is another key member of the family, Tom Demac. His simmering productions for Hypercolour - as well as Liebe* Detail – have won him a buldging DJ diary that takes in everywhere in the UK as wella s places like Space in Ibiza.
Alongside him will be one of the bosses, Alex Jones, whose own Disappointing Dancefloors EP earlier this year really toyed with the boundaries of leftfield tech house, as do his freaky DJ sets and other releases for the likes of No 19 and Vitalik. Co-founders Cedric Mason and Ste Roberts are respected DJ talents on the British circuit, linking all the oddball influences of Hypercolour in their considered DJ sets.
As well as all that, Filth residents Luke Pompey, Cubiq and Danny Savage will ensure room 2 is just as bouncing as the main arena. …