Milk Boxx with No Artificial Colours and Max Chapman
Milk Boxx launch in West London…
Milk Boxx is a new London night due to be launched at the West London venue, Supperclub, which aims to showcase talented DJs and artists. The launch of this night is set to showcase Resonance Records, seeing two outstanding new talents to underground scene kick off the launch… No Artificial Colours and Max Chapman look to rumble the Superclub and put Milk Boxx on the scene
No Artificial Colours
Ryan Ellis and Lewis Wright, two friends hailing from South East London, form a duo that is standing out in the UK’s house music scene; with their music consistently receiving love from their peers and the industry alike. Never one to follow the crowd, No Artificial Colours have chosen an interesting mixture of UK and international labels to release their music on, all of which have gained attention from the likes of Jamie Jones, Maya Jane Coles, Lee Foss, Subb-an, Visionquest.
These lads met when they kept finding themselves booked at the same gigs, and when they often got asked by promoters if they could play back-to-back, the pairing made perfect sense. Since meeting every day has been about music for them, playing it, searching it out and making it. Their sound is evolving all the time with their sets becoming more about their own music than other peoples and often favouring a deep underlying, hypnotic vibe with various acapellas, loops and tricks to keep things exciting.
Stepped into the spotlight in 2011, Max’s quick rise to the forefront of the UK’s underground house circuit had come solely as a result of his own passion, energy and talent. Having purchased his first set of decks at the age of 15, Max was quickly spotted by local promoters, and soon became a regular guest at parties all over the South East.
Fast forward a few years, and Max is now being booked for some of the most prolific parties and venues in the UK, with Sankeys, Back to Basics, Krankbrother, Creche, ETA and so many more, all falling for his crunching basslines and melodic grooves.
Max’s first EP, the Lost EP on Electronique Digital, won instant acclaim – with “Don’t Go” being featured on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show, and instantly shooting to the top of the Beatport Charts, followed closely by his second EP on Kaluki, the “Rhythm Stick EP” which also infected the high end of the Beatport Charts. His “No Games” on Hot Waves was also a high point in his career, this was a collaboration with the extremely established house artist Julien Sandre.
Supperclub, 12 Acklam Road, London
22:30 – 04:30
No Artificial Colours
Mark Horsey b2b AJ Christou
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