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Tagged as: House, Tech House, Techno
Monthly show from a true pioneer of the dance music world
Steve Lawler needs no introduction, but he certainly warrants one. You would be hard pushed to find a more in-form, in-demand, exceptionally talented artist, regarded as highly by his industry peers as he is by his huge global base of musically educated fans
Steve Lawler A child of the acid house generation, has been busy with the beats long before genres were but a twinkle in clubland’s eye. An electronic artist who defies generic boundaries, ever since his days organising the infamous motorway raves back in the early 90‘s underneath the M42 motorway in central England.
As an Artists: Steve’s releases & Remixes have been signed by pretty much every record label with any
clout. A long list of the worlds most established Recording labels including R&S Records, Hot Creations,
Drumcode, Harthouse, Cocoon, Play it Say it, OVUM, Sci+Tec, Knee Deep, 8Bit, Objectivity, Tsuba,
Souvenir, Rekids, Be As One, Soma, Siesta, Leftroom, Skint and of course his own recording label VIVa
As a Label Manager: Steve’s label VIVa MUSC (found in 2006), quickly became a platform where many
artists launched their careers. It has also released music from the industry’s leading players including Jamie Jones, Davide Squillace, Luca Bacchetti, Bushwacka, Livio & Roby, Simon Baker, Sante, Luke Solomon, Groove Armada, Peace Division, Ripperton amongst many others and of course Lawler him self and receives heavy patronage by many House & Techno luminaries. Dynamic, driven and drastically obsessed with performing as well as he possibly can. Being the proud owner of many Awards for his craft, Steve’s passion for House, Techno and Electronica is too strong for one simple generic association, and right now his message is louder than ever. 20years deep and Steve Lawler isn’t just at the top of his game, he’s pushing the boundaries of what a DJ can do – both technically and creatively – as an artist and as a successful label businessman.