AC Slater and Kry Wolf are back at Audio on March 24th! This show will sell out.
AC SLATER -
AC Slater has begun a lengthy career for himself with his "Night Bass" sound by fusing elements of house music with the dirty basslines of UK garage and sprinkles of old-school rave synths and breaks.
AC Slater's career kicked off with a bang in 2008, with his seminal remix of "Turn the Music Up" on Trouble & Bass becoming an instant anthem. Moby listed it as one of the best 10 tracks of the decade, declaring it a "perfect song." AC has collaborated with influential underground artists such as Nina Sky all the way to chart toppers like Far East Movement, and has done official remixes for the likes of Big Sean, Moby, Robin S. and many more. A quick look at Slater's Beatport page reveals well over 100 tracks and remixes over the last five years, including his best-selling Jack Got Jacked EP, a blatant declaration of the invasion of house music by all things bass (and the start of a lengthy friendship with Jack Beats).
Fast forward to the present, AC has toured the globe several times and his tunes have been played at every major festival and club in the world by DJs including Skrillex, Diplo and so many more. Slater's tunes and guest mixes can regularly be heard on major radio stations across the world, including the UK's BBC Radio 1 and Rinse FM and Australia's Triple J. His own record label Night Bass continues to release some of the most groundbreaking and forward-thinking bass-heavy dance music in the underground.
KRY WOLF -
Kry Wolf are fast becoming recognised as one of the UK's most exciting underground players due to their distinctively creative and varied production style and consistently strong releases. Raising the bar with their smash 'Turbosteppa,' a collaboration with Dirtybird label boss Claude VonStroke, the duo are also behind two of the most exciting labels around at the moment in Sounds of Sumo and Food Music. Obsessively putting in the studio hours, their productions have ranged from house, garage, bass, to experimental as they continually refuse to be pigeon-holed. With names like A-Trak, Joe Goddard, Claude VonStroke, Annie Mac, Eats Everything, Zinc, Mistajam and Mary Anne Hobbs dropping their tracks, the word of the Wolf is spreading fast.
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