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Music Style: DnB, House, Breaks, Garage
Outlar-Listed Events: 47
Outlar Cross-references: Jazzy Jeff, Yousef, Fabio, Scratch Perverts, Tim Deluxe, Dj Marky, Marcus Intalex, Grooverider, Groove Armada, Dillinja, Chibuku, Circus, Sophonic, Slut, Creamfields, Speculum
From garage head to dnb soldier via jackin' house excursions and back room shenanigans, Loz
is rapidly establishing himself as a one-man purveyor of all things dance. Having acquired his first set of decks over five years ago, Loz
quickly set about developing his DJ style, whilst simultaneously guiding himself through the minefield of production.
Kicking off with the explosion of garage in the late 90's, Loz
soon developed a passion for the rude boy synths and dirty b lines. Not one to have his ears muffed however, he soon discovered his love prog house and breaks, playing out at mates parties and locking himself away, honing his mixing abilities. Following on with the eclecticism, Loz
soon found what was to be the focal point of his musical enthusiasm-DnB. From the dirtiest jump up of Andy C to the funk-fuelled output from Hospital Records, Loz
began collecting vinyl like a junkie.
Moving to Liverpool in 2002 to study Sound Technology at Paul McCartney's LIPA, Loz
quickly earned his place on the Liverpool Drum and Bass scene. He's played alongside Fabio
, Marcus Intalex
, Digital, Andy C, Dj Marky
and many others and is a regular fixture on some of Liverpools best underground club nights such as Slut
Whilst predominantly a Drum n Bass stalwart, Loz
has always held an affinity with any form of dance music that moves him. This is reflected in the diversity of his high class production work, which crosses the boundaries between the influences of jazz, funk, disco, progressive, house, and of course, DnB, with the one resolute, recurring theme being the devotion to combining traditional live instrumentation with cutting edge electronic production techniques, to create an organic, 'real' perspective to his music, whilst harnessing the benefits of modern technology.
No other piece of production work illustrates this better than his eponymous remix of Groove Armada
's 'Superstylin', the first piece of production that brought Loz
into the wider consciousness of the dance music industry. The remix, using the original vocals and emphasis of the original, is underpinned by a loose yet relentless live bass guitar, and backed up by emotional lead guitars and string arrangements, which has quite literally destroyed every club where it has played! It has since had support from Jazzy Jeff
, Tim Deluxe
, Paul Woolford, Yousef
to name but a few.
With two of Loz
's productions featuring on the recent Circus
compilation, it was time to step it up a gear. Creamfields
2004 saw Loz
's festival debut in the Chibuku
tent, where he rocked the floor ready for Dj Marky
to come on after and earning himself props from the man himself. Que the first Chibuku
drum and bass residency and confirmation of his status as one of North West's most promising DJ's.
The future looks just as bright for Loz
, having recently embarked on the mission of setting up a studio and Dock recordings in Liverpool with a few chums, with its first release scheduled for early 2005. With gigs alongside the Scratch Perverts
and any one who's anyone at the Southport Weekender lined up in the next couple of months, it's a busy time for the cockney kid. With one ear on the music that's shaping today's club scene, one hand on the mixing desk and another with a beer in it, this is set to be Loz
's year, with requests from local DJ's and producers flooding in for the Midas touch. Hold tight!
Past Loz Events ( 22 Listed )
Loz in 2008...
Wednesday 31st December ( New Years Eve ) 2008 (4 Years Ago) - Chibuku NYE Party @ The Masque|
Wandy, Andy Carroll (Cream, Space), Yousef (Circus), Brendan Long (Bugged Out), The Beat Monkeys, Tane, Loz, Furness, Plus Superfly Soundsystem: Dash, Stewart Macleod
Chibuku's Legendary NY...
Loz in 2007...
Loz in 2006...
Loz in 2005...
Friday 15th July 2005 (8 Years Ago) - Magnet Marathon Beach Party @ The Magnet|
The famous Magnet DJ Marathon is back and wearing shorts! Over 40 DJ's from all over Liverpool playing one track each of their choice - expect hip hop, house, jazz, rock, pop, Polish folk, techno, ...
Loz in 2004...
Thursday 9th September 2004 (9 Years Ago) - Slut @ The Magnet|
Codek (Viper Records), Loz. Hosting the Fish Tank: Patrick Gregson (Phase Records), Doug Kerr (Mercy Magazine)
Saturday 28th August 2004 (9 Years Ago) - Creamfields 2004|
Chemical Brothers, Paul Oakenfold, Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Sasha, Sander Kleinenberg, Gabriel & Dresden, Erick Morillo, Seb Fontaine, Harry "Choo Choo" Romero, Darren Emerson, Yousef, Tim Deluxe (Live)...
Thursday 29th April 2004 (9 Years Ago) - Contrast vs Slut @ The Magnet|
Holdtight (Liquid V, Renegade, Tov), Xample & Bane, Expo & Loz, In The Fishtank... Johnny1Move (Birthday Bwoy!), Kindergarten (The Attic, Manchester)
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