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Demuja (Extended Set) [OTC After Party]

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Boogaloo x Down To Funk present The On The Corner: Jazz Festival Official After Party:

Demuja (Extended 4 Hour Set)

Local support from Flossy, Jacqués and Ross Robertson!

Tickets from £4: http://skiddle.com/e/13180020
Demuja (MUJA, Freerange Records)

After playing in cities like New York, Paris and Berlin in 2009, Demuja took his turn in the production game. Influenced by the likes of Kerri Chandler, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Bicep, Demuja quickly discovered his releases on reputable labels such as Freerange Records, Traxx Underground, Nervous Records, 124 Recordings and Shadow Child’s Food Music - that brought about a lot of attention...the good kind. With both his DJ and producing career on the rise Demuja in 2016 launched his very own label, MUJA. With 3 EPs already under its belt and the first vinyl-release ‘Mary Janes Theory’ an instant sell out, "Demujas Disco Cuts" followed the same path.

In 2016 Demuja also became a key part of the Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp in Vienna playing alongside Shed, DJ Zinc and other great artists.

Ready to transform the dancefloor with Disco, Raw & Soulful House.
On The Corner: Jazz Festival

Tickets: skiddle.com/e/13143699

On The Corner is a new three-day festival from 27th-29th April that’s attempting to shift the scope of music bookings in Liverpool. Located in the Baltic Triangle, they’ve handed out a number of city debuts, with a programme befitting the jazz roots of its name.

Launching on Friday night, Vels Trio play Madlib’s Shades of Blue. The main festival follows the next day at Constellations with Fatima & The Eglo Live Band joined by Werkha, Laura Misch, Yazmin Lacey, Mafalda, Pete On The Corner, Aaron L and Harri Pepper. Afterparties are located around the city at new, grassroots events spaces The Reeds, Brick Street and Meraki, hosting local DJs til the small hours. Sunday will be dominated by workshops, popups and a record fair, while Melodic Distraction Radio will be broadcasting from the festival all weekend.