Thursday, April 30, 2009

Alex Barck (Jazzanova) AND Louis Osbourne to play in the city this weekend

Two high-profile - and extremely diverse - DJs are to appear in the city this May Bank Holiday Weekend, with Jazzanova’s Alex Barck playing the Release Party in Aubars on Friday night and Louis Osbourne, son of Ozzy, playing Micronite in Baker Place on Saturday.

Berlin six-piece outfit Jazzanova were one of the names included on the recent Electric Picnic line-up and member Alex Barck (pic above) will give fans a sneak preview of what to expect when he jets into the city this Friday.
In the words of those nice folks over in Eightball:
"From albums and remixes and back to the dancefloor, Alexander Barck’s DJ set embraces everything that makes Jazzanova great, which is simply put, brilliant music from across the spectrum, with an essential common characteristic; it’ll get you dancin’".

Jazzanova (above) are known as a small, worldwide group of innovators when it comes to Dancefloor, NuJazz, Broken Beat and modern Folk and Soul and have remixed tracks for Masters At Work, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Lenny Kravitz and Common.
Expect a musical journey, an otherworldly, unpredictable mix of styles in Aubars this Friday, doors 11.30pm. 12 bucks door tax, a bargain if you ask me.

On Saturday, Ozzy Osbourne’s son Louis pops into the Underground @ Baker Place to demonstrate his considerable DJing-prowess.
I'm reliably informed that far from mere-celebrity DJ, his ability to move smoothly between underground house and techno and his ear for cutting edge electronic music means that he is a regular fixture at the world’s best clubs.

From the blurb from those nice folks over in Micronite:

"After 15 years of DJing, Louis’ passion for cutting edge house and techno remains as strong as the time he attended his first rave. The next time Louis shares this love affair with electronic music and weekend offending at a club in your town, make sure you don’t miss out!"

Underground @ Baker Place. Doors 11pm.

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