PLAYLIST FEAT. SHIFT K3Y + LOW STEPPA

Friday 07 October 2016

10pm - 3am

The Copper Rooms

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PLAYLIST FEAT. SHIFT K3Y + LOW STEPPA

After the huge success of it's launch in 2016, Playlist returns to The Copper Rooms, bringing with it some of the biggest and most exciting names in UK House Music.

To kick off Term 1 we’re mighty excited to announce a double headline bill with appearances from both Shift K3y and Low Steppa, alongside support from LFM & Mali (Seedy Sonics). 

SHIFT K3Y

Young UK DJ/Producer Shift K3Y has come a long way since kicking off his career DJ’ing on Annie Mac Presents to a full house at Koko London. Launched to global recognition following the chart success of his hit 'I Know’ and following up with further singles including “Touch” and “Gone Missing”. A global touring schedule to match and performances alongside the likes of DJ Snake, Bauer, and Skrillex - the latter of whom has been an early and continued supporter. 2016 looks to be another strong year for the young producer, April see’s the launch of his ‘THRU THE NIT3’ imprint which will host a collection of his own underground club tracks. Collabs with the likes of Chaka Khan, DJ Mustard, Tinie Tempah, Stormzy and MNEK to name a few and the highly anticipated debut album through Columbia Records.

LOW STEPPA

In just a few short years, Low Steppa has become synonymous with bass house to such an extent that it’s near impossible to mention one without the other. From his explosive bootleg of Route 94’s ‘My Love’ to playing BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, from Sankey’s Ibiza residencies to his Rinse FM show and all-conquering Simma Black imprint, Low Steppa is about as relevant and in-demand a DJ and producer as its possible to be.

Outside of the studio, Low Steppa has already been playing landmark gigs at Radio 1’s Big Weekend Opening Party, EDC Las Vegas and has become a firm favourite at Sankeys Ibiza, with his Monday night residency at Redlight for the 2016 season. Elsewhere, the demand for his DJ sets continues unabashed, with highlights including Bristol’s Motion for Defected In The House and high profile festivals including V and Reading & Leeds.

 

Ages: 18+
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