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Pauze Recordings head & radio’s , Dave ‘Mr Left Eye’ Stewart teams up with DubTastic’s Nicole Finnerty to launch Eclectic Development, an electronic Pandora’s box of dubstep, beats, breaks, reggae, d n’b, dub, classic disco & house, lo fi, and Live music in the atmospheric new East London venue, Dukes House, on Friday July 19th. Inspired to create a broad cutting edge soundscape for their parties, with a manifesto to deliver quality and different music, Eclectic Development brings together a diverse hub of creative talents. Hungry to bring something new to the clubland table, ED’s fresh genre-defying and tribe-uniting party is what summer is made for.

Lining up the ramped up breaks and bass of The Freestylers,  whose new ‘The Coming Storm’ album is also due this month, alongside d n’ b pioneer Nookie, hugely loved for ‘The Sound Of Music’ album his Ibiza Café Del Mar classic, ‘Paradise’ and LTJ Bukem favourite,  ‘Continental Drift’, ED sets a new style. There’s the live festival stylings of ZubZub, playing selections from their new ‘Obsidian’ EP and ‘Primate’ album, and DubTastic’s low-slung live dub n’ beats, and celebrating the sound of their recent ‘Dubplates Vol 1’ release. Back on the decks, dubstep’s pioneering soul brother, Heny G, is in the house (‘Child Hood’ LP on his own Gangsta Boogie Music imprint), alongside Joe Le Groove, East London’s DJ Slauka, DJ Buzzyboy and Mr Left Eye, re-wiring the bass sounds in all night party style.

Room 2’s dub, reggae, funk n disco classics rewinds the back to the future soundtrack with game-changing classics and feel good tuneage from DJ’s DubTastic Music (Bass Records), Evolution Of Dub (Da Vinci Sound), Rebs, Slauka, For The Funk Of It & Soul Town & DJ Buzzby

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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