Guy J to play in an epic English seaside Fort

Situated on the promenade of New Brighton, Wirral sits the Fort preach Rock. This amazing structure is going to be our home for May, our first party will see Guy J bringing his very own imprint “Lost & Found” a sub-label for John Digweed’s long running mothership bedrock to the fort.

Guy J has releases on Bedrock, Cocoon, Lost and Found and many more, his sound along with the spectacular setting and amazing building will be a show to remember and we can’t wait to share it with you. The event will run from 6pm to 3am and will host a selection of artists taking you through the early evening to the night and take you on a musical journey, sun set included.

Line Up

Guy J (Bedrock, Cocoon,Lost and Found)
Steve parry
Ged Lever
Alex Parkington

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Guy J

Israeli producer Guy J has established himself as one of the most sophisticated and emotive producers in electronic music of the last decade, with a body of work and a sphere of influence that belies relatively short time in the spotlight. Whether it be his sensual, hypnotic take on house music, his deeply textured techno or his wondrous ambient material, his work is always touched with a magic and emotion that few rival.

Never one to be pigeonholed, his portfolio is a diverse beast, with releases finding their way onto Tiga’s increasingly eclectic Turbo imprint amongst others. To feature on two labels that are essentially synonymous with two very different scenes is testament to his versatility, and above all, the quality and conviction of his productions. “I don’t see myself as producer of one genre only; I believe in exploring and trying different stuff when you have all the tools you need to create” he clarifies. “To be signed to Turbo… it’s also amazing as it a big label that has its own crowd of people who listen to a certain type of music, and to be part of it is great.”

In recent yeas Guy has kicked off an exciting new project with his close colleagues and friends at Bedrock: his very own imprint “Lost & Found”, a sub-label for John Digweed’s long running mothership where he’ll release music by himself and his favourite producers. Then there’s the small matter of a release on Cocoon, one of the most highly regarded labels in techno and beyond, and some exciting collaborations in the pipeline with some other inspiring artists. As always with this unique talent, it’s quality, not quantity. Each of his releases is met with a swell of anticipation, and for once in this often over-hyped world, it’s fully justified.

Tickets available from Skiddle

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About the Author

Loves long walks along the beach, holding hands and romantic 80's power ballads, partial to electronic music and likes to make the odd mix or two.