WOLF + LAMB vs SOUL-CLAP
Wolf + Lamb Vs Soul Clap Presents DJ Kicks
Saturday 9th April 2011
Netil House 1 Westgate Street London, United Kingdom E8 3RL
Entrance to Netil House on the corner of Mare Street / Bocking Street. Very Limited tickets on the door from 10pm.
Please arrive early. See you tomorrow. x
Advance Tickets 10 – 15 Available from:
Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap are two of the most exciting DJ duos of recent times with the seeming ability to travel time, turn trends and allowed us to embrace 90s music a second time round. Last year they came in the form of the Wolf+Lamb Experience and brought us one of the most illustrious events of the year. This time Wolf+Lamb and Soul Clap come together again to celebrate the launch of their latest collaboration for the DJ Kicks series released on 14th March.
Soul Clap aka Eli Goldstein and Charles Levine, met Wolf + Lamb (Gadi Mizrahi and Zev Eisenberg) in September 2008 when they travelled from their native Boston to attend Wolf + Lambs underground club, the Marcy Hotel in Brooklyn. The four of them hit it off pretty much instantly. Since then Soul Clap have been taken into the Wolf+Lamb fold where they have proven themselves to be quite the party powerhouse producing their own string of successful 90s Jam parties. Wolf + Lamb themselves released their much awaited and acclaimed debut album Love Somebody last year, whilst the label has become one of the most influential and important new labels in house and techno. The label in particular has served as a launching pad for spectacular talent such as Seth Troxler, Shaun Reeves, Soul Clap and Nicolas Jaar, whilst flexing their huge party-starting muscle throughout countless DJ appearances across Europe and in their hometown New York has meant they have become firmly cemented in clubbers memories, hearts and souls.
Their DJ Kicks journey perfectly demonstrates their combined artistic strengths and is full of emotion, changes of tempo and mood, that ebbs and flows like a moonlit summer tide, from gorgeous downtempo grooves to slinky disco-house. As well as capturing the Wolf + Lamb/Soul Clap sound, the DJ Kicks mix also helped to define and legitimise it, as well as pushing it forward to the next chapter.
A night with two outstanding DJ duosplaying around with musical boundaries andnothing short of a one night extravaganza