2015
10
Samstag Oktober

Future Beatz pres. S.P.Y. & Kimyan Law

Flex Donaukanal/Augartenbrücke, 1010 WIEN
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Future Beatz pres. S.P.Y. & Kimyan Law am 10. October 2015 @ Flex.

LINE UP

  • S.P.Y.
  • KIMYAN LAW
  • Body&Soul
  • Protune
  • Tribe & Shifty
  • MC Daxta

Future Beats holt mit S.P.Y. ein Schwergewicht der UK drum+bass scene ins Flex. Support gibt es von Kimyan Law’s und heimischen DnB Djs.

Eintritt: 12 €

Artist Info S.P.Y:
Moving to London from São Paulo eleven years ago, S.P.Y was quick to establish himself within the UK drum+bass scene. After six months of working with only basic equipment, S.P.Y’s natural talent for production saw his first ever release signed to Metalheadz in 2005, with a release on Hospital’s Medschool imprint soon following in 2006. S.P.Y began collaborating with artists such as Marcus Intalex, Total Science, Kasra and DJ Marky. In 2009 S.P.Y released his first solo EP on Marcus Intalex’s label Soul:R and had releases on many other labels including Digital Soundboy and Innerground.
Signing to Hospital in 2012, his debut LP, ‘What The Future Holds’ was released to critical acclaim. The LP not only received significant support from fellow artists and topped online sales charts, but was also awarded the coveted ‘Best Album’ at the annual 2012 Drum & Bass Arena awards. S.P.Y backed up this release with a relentless tour schedule of Australia, the United States, Canada, Russia, Asia, New Zealand and Europe.
If any D+B artist can truly claim to be the “producers producer” then Carlos S.P.Y surely has a good case. If the comments on this album by his luminaries are anything to go by: ‚One of my fave producers‘ says DJ Hype, ‚Carlos back to his filthy best!‘ say Total Science, ‚There’s only one S.P.Y” says Doc Scott.

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Kimyan Law’s music is a thing of rare beauty. Having its roots in Drum & Bass it flies far beyond the confines of that often-formulaic genre, expanding sonic ranges and disrupting standard arrangements. Mpunga incorporates African instruments and influences into his high-tech set up, achieving a rare organic and human quality amongst the cold electronics. Glittering cascades of tuned percussion are expertly weaved into layers of state-of-the-art bass and the result is a stunning array of romantic and cinematic music that, with its sheer humanity, seduces everyone who experiences it.