Therapy steps up to the plate again this week with another huge double hitter. British ring-ins with a solid average, Italoboyz, and local bad boy with a big bag of boom bap, Jeremy Broughton.
Italoboyz join us from the UK, though originally from Italy. They made the move in the early years of this decade in order to further immerse themselves in electronic music.
Developing dual skills, both in the studio, and on the dancefloor, Marco Donato and Frederico Marton engineered an iconic residency, Fesh, and releases on labels Triebstoff, Gumption, Safari Electronique, Get Physical, Einmaleins Music, and Mothership Music as the measure of their high quality and innovative output, catching the ear of Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice, Sven Vath and Luciano in the process.
With influences in acid house, minimal techno and hitech funk, Italoboyz’ releases, such as ‘Zinga,’ their offbeat jazz tech redux of John Coltrane, ‘Bahia’ and Viktor Casanova on Claude von Stroke’s new label Mothership Music firmly cemented their own position in the genre.
Italoboyz join us for a special evening spanning the full spectrum from soulful, downbeat nu-disco goodness from Adam Swain and Dan Abbott, through funky jacking tech house with Crispy and Jeremy Broughton to set your night up, and Gemma, Italoboyz and Adrian Matyear setting into space-wandering deep techno and progressive house as we head into the early hours.
JEREMY BROUGHTON ::
Jeremy Broughton has take on only the finest dancefloors in this fair city has to offer. Upfront and grinding, Broughton regularly drops on Therapy between engagements in Family’s mainroom. His ground hugging, funky tech house is a popular choice for our Therapy sessions, and have often set up well focused dancefloor activity.
Gemma sets the pace for tonight and is well equipped to do so. A long term resident Therapist, Gemma brings a dark and driving progressive and deep tech house flavour to introduce our special guests for tonight.
Once again Therapy delivers a sonic shakedown set to twist walls and minds alike. Be sure to stretch first, and join us for Therapy, Friday 20th February.