Boogaloo Presents: Chaos in the CBD + D Tiffany on Friday 6th December 2019
CHAOS IN THE CBD
local support from: All Trades
Tickets are limited to 300, so don't say we didn't warn you!
Chaos in the CBD
Hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, brothers Ben and Louis Helliker-Hales are Chaos In The CBD. They return to Liverpool yet again and they never disappoint!
Inspired by legendary figures like Todd Edwards, Moodyman, and Thomas Bangalter, Chaos In The CBD's productions pay homage to the timeless classics of House Music through their ‘In Dust We Trust’ label. With ever-strengthening production credentials and infectious, joyous rapport while performing, Chaos In The CBD have marked themselves as one of the most eminent underground house artists to emerge out of the southern hemisphere. The pair split their time between the studio and performing around North America, Europe and the UK, as well as closer to their native home in New Zealand.
Sophie Sweetland, better known as D. Tiffany (and occasionally as DJ Zozi), has emerged as one of the most distinctive voices in dance music today. Her vision is unique and expertly crafted, reaching for a sound beyond any one genre; it’s bass heavy, break laden electronic music leaning towards the psychedelic.
Both as producer and DJ, she wields the raw living energy of the club with a seasoned precision, and in either case her approach is ferocious and entrancing. Her penchant for frenzied, razor-sharp rhythms is always in perfect balance with the euphoric and transcendent dimension of music.
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30th November - TBC
6th December - Chaos in the CBD + D Tiffany
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Artwork design by Alex Beausire
Music Genres: Acid House, African, Breaks, House, Techno
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