LoCo London Events are proud to bring the latest installment of our showcase nights back at Londons premier underground venue Corsica Studios.
Event details: LoCo London Showcase with Jon Rundell
Venue: Corsica Studios
Time: 10pm – 6am
We are pleased to add International DJ, producer and Intec Digital record label boss Jon Rundell to the line up. For Jon Rundell 2013 was one of the busiest years of his career. Whilst continuing to deliver a whole host of stellar productions, Jon kicked off the year teaming up with Carl Cox to mix ‘Pure Intec 2’, the long-awaited follow up to 2004’s ‘Pure Intec.’ Critically acclaimed and capturing the advanced Techno sound that the imprint boasts today. Jon mixed the second part of the compilation, showcasing brand new tracks from some of Intec’s finest DJs.
Fresh off the back of his recent EP release “Like This” on 2 Swords Records and now “The Fall” also on 2Swords Copy Paste Soul will be in attendance to work his magic on the decks.
Forming the rest of the line-up will be our LoCo Residents who will consist of:
Whilst overseeing Intec, Jon has also been prolific in his production work. His output has been unique and interesting right from the start. Experimental at times, but always matured and versatile, Jon has remained a highly consistent producer and DJ across almost any strand of electronic music for well over a decade. Constantly adapting and evolving, Jon has never been afraid of making music sealed with a stamp entirely of his own.
Every EP Jon has released has gone Top20 on the Beatport Chart, whilst in 2011, his track ‘Knick Knack’ climbed to Number 1 in the main Beatport releases Chart, knocking off Mark Knight’s mix of Florence & The Machine’s ‘You Got The Love,’ and staying there for six weeks. A career defining moment, says Jon. ‘One in the eye for EDM and a great moment for the underground scene.’
Copy Paste Soul
Copy Paste Soul is very much defining the sound of now. In the last year or so he’s won fans from many different backgrounds including Justin Martin and Annie Mac, Skream and Tensnake. The reason? His soul drenched releases that subtly reference inspirational tropes from Detroit techno and US garage, d&b and myriad broken beat styles. The results? Releases such as his club slaying ‘Blink’ and ‘Look At Me’ EPs on the influential Exploited label.
Copy Paste Soul has turned the heads of those that know, including Annie Mac who booked him to play her event at the O2 Academy Oxford, plus Carl Cox who had him play for him out in Ibiza. Despite all this, Copy Paste Soul still has so much to say, and it seems the world is more than ready to listen.
Get ready for an awesome night people.
This is LoCo!