Kilo Lounge Presents: SEVENDOORS with opening set by Jeck Hyde
Saturday, 24 December 2016
Venue: 21 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-02/04 S(088444)
Time: 10pm till late
Cover Charge: $20 — At the door
Event Link: here
Most of the world known to us—stars, planets and galaxies—is said to be behind the seven seas and the seven mountains. Behind SevenDoors, on the other hand, there is the “Sound Of The Whales”, his very own musical style as he describes it. A producer and DJ from the depths of the ocean, from the abyss where music consists of tonal strings, SevenDoors was born a long time ago to a headless woman on a cold rainy night.
SevenDoors is one of the rising UK producers of the moment. He has already contributed a number of emotional releases on labels like Diynamic, Exploited, Get Physical, Carioca and Soulful Techno, just to name a few, and he’s also received heavy support from heavy weights such as Solomun and Pete Tong, which resulted in numerous plays on BBC Radio, and being asked to provide the after hours mix to close Tong’s Radio 1 show. (https://soundcloud.com/
No gimmicks, no clicks, no clichés: this is the mantra of SevenDoors. His passion for music is evident as he carefully crafts audio with feeling and emotion. SevenDoors is very much a concept, developed over many years, now ready to be unleashed upon the dance community.
His single “Movement Of Whale“ on Diynamic was considered one of the Top 10 tracks at Sankeys, Ibiza in 2015: http://theidleman.com/
Solomun has been playing the track for more than 6 months in each of his sets, and it was the most talked-about track of his popular Boilerroom Set during BPM in Tulum, Mexico. (https://www.youtube.com/
Pete Tong’s says about SevenDoors: “We’ve been supporting his music since the day he arrived. So that was high time we had him on the show.”
SevenDoor’s music has already been playlisted by Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Danny Howard and Toddla T on BBC Radio 1 and rinsed by DJs such as Solomun, Scuba, AME, Gardens Of God , Adriatique, Appolonia, Joris Voorn, Tensnake, Tomas Barfod, to name a few.