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house / techno 24 Preview Ketoloco @ Sidings Warehouse 26th May Issue 51 / 2013 GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS copy paste soul The KeToLoCo DJ's are bringing their Night Shift to The Sidings Warehouse this May Bank Holiday weekend, and it promises to be huge. They've come a long way since their humble beginnings, having started out throwing parties in the basement of their student digs in Leeds, to staging nights all over the UK, not to mention tearing up the Balearics throughout the summer months. To help you hot step your way through till six in the morning, they're bringing a whole host of veritable masters of the scene along with them; Todd Terje – the man behind Inspector Norse - Mark Henning, Droog and Tapesh to name a few. The Halloween Night Shift celebrating six years since Ketoloco's inception was one of the highlights of 2012, and the follow-up is set to be even better; it's the Bank Holiday event not to be missed. ALBUM OF THE MONTH MODA BLACK VOL2 If you haven't heard of him already, keep an eye out for Copy Paste Soul The London producer recently released his EP "Look At Me" on Berlin label Exploited, to huge success on Beatport, Soundcloud and Youtube. His catchy brand of deep house with just the right amount of bass wobble has gained him recognition from all the right people: this summer he will be playing at the massive Carl Cox opening party at the world's best club, Space in Ibiza. Closer to home, he's due to play We Are FSTVL, Boardmasters and Bestival. At the beginning of this year he was interviewed on Mistajam's 1xtra show and his EP was premiered on Radio 1 by Annie Mac, Skream and Benga. With the recent success of Disclosure and Duke Dumont proving that an underground sound can be commercially The first track, Pale Ale, from Ben Pearce of " What I Might Do" fame, is a stunning o p e n i n g t u n e to s e t t h e to n e f o r t h e a l b u m . B r i s to l legend Eats Eve r y t h i n g 's n ew tune Jazz Hands also features, along with n ew m a te r i a l f r o m H o t S i n c e 8 2 , S h a d ow C h i l d a n d H u x l ey. T h e r e i s also high quality house f ro m currently less we l l k n ow n ar tists , s u c h a s H a u s ewe r k s , Celcius, and Pedestrian to n a m e b u t a f ew. H oweve r, t h e s t a n d o u t t r a c k c o m e s c o u r te s y o f J ay m o a n d A n d y George t h e m s e l ve s – "Remember" is a gorgeous, escapist track combining soulful n a r r a t i o n , f l u te s a n d a h e av y b a s s l i n e to c r e a te a g r e a t s u m m e r y vibe. This album is just ove r a n h o u r o f p u r e house bliss – highly recommended. www.facebook. com/CopyPasteSoul Follow @ Copypastesoul OUR PLAYLIST... We present you with 4 of the hottest tracks and mixes out right now... 1. Kowton VS Julio Bashmore It's been a busy month for Jaymo and Andy George's label Moda Black. With some of the biggest names in house under their wing, Vol 2 was always going to be a big release successful, it looks like Copy Paste Soul could be on track for equally big things this year. Mirror Song 2.Ejeca Different Rules/Life in Flux 3. Thundercat Oh Sheit It's X 4. Oscar Brown/ Low Slung Spring 13 Bangers

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