View Full Version : Luke Fair @ Ego this Friday

Mixer O
05-03-2008, 07:51 PM
Any of you guys going to this night? Should be really good.

Following on from his Balance 011 world tour, we present to you a young Canadian DJ / producer, who has become one of the scene’s revered superstars, with his own signature sound, the one and only, Luke Fair !!

Luke Fair - biography

At the forefront of Canada's growing dance scene is Luke Fair. He's
performed at some of the most prestigious venues and events in the
world, offering club goers a taste of his funky - techy eclectic house
sound each and every weekend. His sets include everything from groovy
house and techno to funky progressive and electro. Constantly
re-editing tracks to customize his sets, Luke's ongoing desire to make
every set stand out from the others is very evident.

Luke has pushed his sound the world over, headlining at world renowned
clubs like Pacha (Buenos Aires), Bedrock (London), Red Light (Paris),
Space (Miami), Zouk Club (Singapore) and The Womb (Tokyo). He recently
debuted in Australia with a 5 city tour across the continent and
continues to play massive festivals like Creamfields South America and
Godskitchen's Global Gathering.

Luke's skills have won the praise of some of the industry's biggest
players. He was chosen by Danny Howells and Deep Dish as their 'future
hero' in DJ Mag's Top 100 issue and most recently Luke was selected by
none other than DJ Sasha to open for him in every US city on the
Involver CD release tour. He has also toured extensively with John
Digweed, who was one of the first to take notice of Luke's work and
signed him to his Bedrock label in early 2002.

June 2005 saw the release of his first ever devoted compilation CD,
the third installment of Bedrock's highly acclaimed 'OS' series. With
hints of classic electro, quirky funk and old-school piano house, the
cd appealed to a broad audience. OS_0.3 garnered praise from clubbers
and media alike, and helped situate Luke near the top of his class in
the nu-wave of DJs breaking through to the masses.

Over the past few years, Luke has garnered attention for his extremely
diverse and genre-crossing studio efforts. From dubbed-out house to
melodic progressive, his tracks have been played by DJs from all
across the dance music spectrum. Everyone from Sasha to David Morales
to The Plump DJs have all included Luke's production in their sets,
and global DJ icon Pete Tong has featured numerous Luke Fair
productions on his world famous BBC Radio 1 'Essential Selection'

Supporting Luke will be Freeflow’s very own Simon Hallworth with Steve Foulds and BrokenChannel returning to provide guest support. In charge of the visual entertainment, will once again be NO !i INPUT.

£8 before midnight £10 thereafter (students & eccf cardholders £8 all night).

05-03-2008, 07:57 PM
Will he play Ten Guitars?

Mixer O
05-03-2008, 08:21 PM
Will he play Ten Guitars?

We live in hope!