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Orean Music launches 2 new London club nights

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Orean Music introduces 2 new parties in London! First of all, we have Disruption which aims to break the mould of the underground event space by championing innovative and exciting artists who refuse to conform to strict genre boundaries.

You’ll be taken on a journey from house to techno and everywhere in between.

The headliner Phonix is a rising star in the scene, with releases on celebrated labels such as Toolroom, Mixmash and Marylebone. Since forming in 2008 the duo have played for leading brands and venues such as Creamfields, Hï Ibiza and Pryda, gaining support from stars such as Faithless, Camelphat, Fisher, Solardo and Eric Prydz.

Phonix are supported by a packed lineup of emerging talent that’s not to be missed, including a b2b set from Don Bombilla and Tom Hennessy who have made emphatic debuts over the last 12 months. Local talent B3cks‘ obsession with Roland 303s and classic European techno as well as her clear passion and understanding for contemporary electronic music makes her one to watch. Warren Scott brings a wealth of experience and a bold unique take on techno, while Frank Hopkins will deliver an unforgettable set that blends DJing with live performance elements. Funkdog head honcho Jake Cusack will be closing out the night with his irresistibly groovy minimal sound.

The first event is at Electrowerkz on Friday 10th June. Grab tickets from here!

“I’m so excited to not only play at these events, but also to be part of the team at Orean Music who have worked so hard to bring them to life! Our focus from the start has been on building events where people can experience the joy of discovering their next favourite artist, and I’m proud of the opportunities we are providing for some electrifying emerging talent to support Versus and Phonix who will be rocking the headline slots. Between the two nights we are covering the full spectrum between house, tech house and techno. Disruption caters to those who love to get lost in the deeper sound of the underground, whereas Haas is perfect for those who love the more commercial and uplifting styles of house and tech house. Whether you fall into either camp (or both!), we can’t wait to welcome you to the dancefloor!”

Don Bombilla

Next up we have Haas named after the Haas effect in music production where 2 sounds combine to be perceived as one. Haas brings people together as one on the dance floor to celebrate the very best house and tech house.

Taking over the iconic London venue Werkhaus, Haas kicks off with a stacked lineup of talent, headlined by the mighty Versus who have been blazing a trail through the British club scene and beyond. Following performances at The Warehouse Project, Ministry of Sound, and their own sell-out Verus & Friends parties they’re hotly tipped by some of House music’s most influential figures, and they have an impressive catalogue of releases on illustrious labels such as Repopulate Mars, D4 Dance and Ultra.

Versus are supported by some of the UK’s top rising talent. Jack Wood has made an emphatic debut in 2022, with a string of impressive tech house releases on Marylebone, Mixmasters and NastyFunk. Leo Ruff has been billed as ‘the next Joel Corry’ and is set to deliver one of his trademark energetic sets featuring bangers from across the house spectrum.

Nate NoFun is the latest talent to emerge from the Toolroom Academy, making his debut on Toolroom Trax in 2021 and following up with his latest hit ‘Sassy’ on Top Shelf Disco. With a DJ resume spanning two decades, Nate will definitely be bringing the party with his uplifting take on house music. Fellow Toolroom Academy alumni Don Bombilla has also made an impressive debut over the last 12 months, releasing banger after banger on labels such as Wh0 Plays, Marylebone and Braw.

The first event is on 17th June at Werkhaus and tickets are available from here

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