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DJ Directory: In Residence

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Dimensions have partnered with The Glove That Fits for a series of events hosted and curated by members of our Dimensions DJ Directory.

First up we have Heels & Souls; the newest members of Directory alongside Born Cheating (DJ Directory), Hamish & Toby and Jordan Carnall.

Hamish & Toby
As the respective minds behind Oval Space and The Pickle Factory’s in-house bookings, Hamish Cole and Toby Nicholas’ record bags speak volumes of their sophisticated approach behind the decks. House and techno, breaks, garage and plenty more besides is on the menu when they step up, and this versatility and technical finesse is now being rewarded with sets at European institutions such as Paris's Concrete lined up for summer.

Heels & Souls
Pat and Ben have been quietly going about their Heels & Souls project for the last 3 years, throwing quality non-for-profit parties around the capital, with the emphasis on eclectic DJ’s and interesting spaces. Through this their own skills as DJ’s have become recognised, and after impressing at Dimensions Festival last summer, we’re pleased to throw a collaborative party celebrating their inclusion onto our Dimensions DJ Directory.

Born Cheating:
From his label Tiff’s Joints to hosting a monthly show on Worldwide FM, alongside being a part of the mighty Touching Bass collective, Born Cheating’s been quietly making a name for himself across London and beyond. Not constrained by any one particular genre he draws on sounds from across the globe - with a particular penchant for those flavours coming out of Brazil and Latin America.

Jordan Carnall:
The extent of JC’s knowledge and love for such a vast array of music is clear to see for anyone that’s spent 5 minutes with him. As a resident for the newly formed Eyes Have Babes parties, with a collection that would make your eyes water and plans for a label in the workings, we’re certain you’ll be seeing his name a lot more frequently in the near future.

Entrance is free all night, and the lovely people behind The Glove That Fits will be donating 15% of bar takings towards Heels & Souls’s fund-raising efforts for the inspirational Key Changes charity. They help those dealing with mental health issues through music based recovery services.

Learn more about the guys efforts to raise £5k during 2018 here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/heels-souls