- Fri 6 Jun 2003, 11:00pm @ Phat Club, Nelson
- Sat 7 Jun 2003, 11:00pm @ Carbon, Christchurch
- Fri 20 Jun 2003, 11:00pm @ Surreal, Queenstown
- Sat 21 Jun 2003, 11:00pm @ Bath St, Dunedin
- Music: House, Tech House
A funky delivery from some of the finist tech-house producers of the South Pacific...
South Island Tour featuring producers:
Callum Davey (Carbon Cooperative - Melbourne)
Tiny People (Chch)
Callum Davey is ½ of Carbon Cooperative, one of Melbourne's newest emerging house production duos. Working from their studio in Melbourne's inner city beach side suburb St Kilda, carbonc's sound builds on the foundations of underground house music with a variety of flavours from dubby washed out soundscapes through minimal tech and into the darker tribal realm with dirty, percussive drum programming and low filtered basslines. Callum's DJ set consists of a mixture of carbonc's productions seamlessly interweaved with a selection of underground house tracks from producers around the globe, all the while maintaining an underlying rough, but funky tech/tribal groove. ....for lovers of filthy, dirty house.
Tapan resides in the scenic alpine setting of Queenstown NZ. Having the experience of playing extensively throughout the country, Tapan brings a DJ set filled with funk and dancefloor flavour. Tapan's own unique production style has brought him success in 2003's thirst competition as well as play listings on bfm radio. His production features rich funky bass alongside chunky percussion and blissfully styled keys.
TINY PEOPLE (RUPERT AND ANDY)
These majicians only wave their wand when the sun goes down. "Tech" would be the operative word for these cowboys and they will definitely rope you in with their unique tech house blend. Having shed their "Tiny People" alias for this shin dig, watch them kick up a dust storm til the cows some home. With singles like "Days Like These", "Going Beautiful" and "Special Issue" playlisted on the b-net, they have played to crowds in excess of 800 people this year at Unity and Destination, and are currently remixing Fanatica's "Same Ol"; Clearly herding NZ tech house into greener pastures.
Phat Club ($5)
Carbon ($10 or $5 with rdu card)
Bath St ($5 or $3 with rad1 card)