Friday 12 Oct 2018 9:00pm - 3:00am
In the past year, Octave One
have toured relentlessly across the globe, all whilst recording their newest album ‘Endustry
’, which dropped in April. The album draws sprawling inspiration from whichever countries the brothers happened to be in at the time of recording, making its 7 full-length cuts an exciting culmination of decades’ worth of live performances, as well as a constant pulling of stimulus from recent shows. ‘Endustry
’ proves that Octave One
are not only still in the game, but absolutely killing it.
If their unmistakable energy from recent Boiler Room set is anything to go by, the last year has been a marathon of exhilarating Detroit techno sets from the group, with no signs of slowing down.
Paul Michael Woolford
has been working tirelessly for over 20 years both in DJ booths globally, and in a myriad of recording studios, to redefine and reinvent all shapes of dance music. He has has applied his touch to over 200 records, including the work of Sam Smith, Depeche Mode, Chemical Brothers, Lana Del Rey
& The Weeknd, Disclosure, Wiley, Jamie XX, London Grammar, Underworld, Krystal Klear & Morgan Geist
, as well as influencing flocks of other producers to drop their inhibitions and embrace bolder sounds. Woolford has recorded 5 Essential Mixes for BBC Radio 1, released 3 mix compilations including most recently FabricLive91: Special Request
which was a Recommended release by Resident Advisor
. As a DJ he tours relentlessly and held down a 9 year residency at Space on Sundays in Ibiza, as well as a 7 year hometown residency at Back To Basics
in Leeds in addition to playing pretty much every respected serious venue of note globally. Woolford sites a combination of the raw energy & diversity of the pirate radio airwaves, a lifetime of collecting records and the enlightenment of his art school days as key influences