Jonny Cade has become known for his fresh, deep sounding house productions and his unique dexterity for rhythm. At the young age of 22, he has released tracks on some very well respected labels, and frequently plays for some the most renowned nights in the UK. Collaborations with well respected producer Huxley have continued to blow listeners and dance floors away with their original sounds. The past year has seen solo EPs on Leftroom, Loco Records, Black Key and Tenth Circle (Defected) and still to come are releases with 2020vision and Saint & Sonnets. Jonny is known for his ability to read a crowd and can be seen deejaying at some of the biggest festivals and parties throughout Europe this summer.
Aartekt is made up of Liam Wachs and John Williamson. They are based in Leeds (UK), where they hold a residency at Flux which John founded and runs. Liam has been producing for 6 years under various aliases. Their debut 12″ Aartekt EP was released on Alland Byallo’s Berlin imprint, Bad Animal, which briefly reached the top spot on Decks and received support from the likes of Tom Trago and Clockwork. Rolling Energy was also featured in Ruede Hagelstein’s new Watergate 13 compilation mix. With a host of new material in the pipeline and a busy summer schedule lined up, the Aartekt boys couldn’t be more excited.
Voyeur are a Leeds via London based duo consisting of Benson Herbert and Leo Picking. Currently in their final year of university, the two first appeared in March this year with a remix for Bombay Bicycle Club, which was named Rob da Bank’s ‘remix of the year’ and gained serious airplay from Radio 1 tastemakers including Pete Tong, Zane Lowe and Annie Mac. Commissions to remix the likes of Santigold and Dan le Sac followed, as well as invitations to support Disclosure and Submotion Orchestra. Now starting to carve their own brand of deep, smokey, tech-house, Voyeur were recently snapped up by deep house pioneer Kerri Chandler to release their debut EP on his Madtech Records imprint. Upon hearing the single, Kerri was so excited that he insisted on blessing the package with his own club mix, as well as inviting the boys to DJ alongside him on London’s Boiler Room. The release has since been championed by DJs from Kerri and X-Press 2 to George Fitzgerald and Dusky, and even Roska and Marcus Nasty. Currently working on new original material and more exciting remix projects, the future certainly looks bright for Voyeur.
Music has always played a large role in Jacques’ life. His love for music has been reflected throughout his childhood, from writing songs on the piano and the guitar, to performing at rock concerts. At the age of 15, Jacques took his first steps towards electronic music production and successfully released his first remix on the French Label Disque Primeur. Nowadays, he is based in Leeds where he co-runs Flux. Jacques has also played at several of Leeds’ most prolific nights such as Back to Basics, Louche and System, playing alongside some of the biggest names in house music including Kerri Chandler and Deetron, to name but a few. Last summer saw Jacques make appearances in Ibiza as well as numerous Festivals such as Dimensions and Beacons. With the momentum well and truely behind Jacques, his plans are to continue to improve his production skills and put out his debut release in the coming months.
Respected for her music and admired for her unyielding attitude behind the decks Jasmin is regarded as one of Leeds’ most influential female DJ’s. Renowned not only for the nights played in Leeds including; System, Louche, Dirty Disco and Back to Basics, but also known for her international debuts such as in Amsterdam, Greece and the magnetic Island of Ibiza. Jasmin shall also be igniting her sound onto the UK’s capital as Flux progressively expands its domain there, already playing for Wolfstock at London’s award-winning venue Plan B earlier in the year and taking the crowd by storm it seems an undeniable direction for the rising star. Jasmin’s style varies between classic 90′s Chicago grooves to the modern Tech and Deep house vibes heartily circulating the scene nowadays. This combination and agility of sound has landed Jasmin with some headlining acts and carefully puts her in preparation for the release of her debut EP this 2012.
Robert started out playing parties down in Cambridge and London from a young age, gaining valuable experience from well-founded party scenes. In his teens, his eclectic taste was focused towards underground electronic music, a result of numerous warehouse parties teamed with a game changing trip to Berlin. Since moving to Leeds, he has established himself as a key player, spinning at its fantastic parties alongside the many world class DJs who play there. Robert also puts on nights with the well renowned blog, Hush House. His versatility behind the decks has gained him a reputation with his sharp ear for quality and atmospheric selection sets. Following his widely acclaimed debut set at Flux, his addition to the family was inevitable. Expect house, techno… and a lot of flirting.