Cana­dian livewire DJ rocks like an Egyp­tian

Fun night of French fancy

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - MUSIC SCENE - e-mail Marie-Claire at: mc.jones@ajl.co.uk

ATORONTO mav­er­ick known for his orig­i­nal fu­sion of dance mu­sic styles will make his Scot­tish de­but this week­end. Ann Hobbs, while his records have had reg­u­lar air­play on Ra­dio 1 and Kiss FM. And he is set to play at Aberdeen club­night Acid Thun­der at Ori­gin on Satur­day from 11pm. With crit­i­cally-ac­claimed RU­MOUR is back this week­end with a night of Chartreuse cock­tails and French elec­tro. The pop-up club that made its name at The Carmelite Ho­tel is back at 99 Bar & Kitchen at 8pm on Sun­day. Don’t miss the chance to in­dulge in some live jazz, canapés, cock­tails and DJ Giles Walker, pic­tured. re­leases al­ready out on Night Slugs and Ramp Record­ings, his en­er­getic live sets have been much in-de­mand, with head­line gigs clocked up all over Europe and North Amer­ica. His mu­sic fuses el­e­ments of house, techno, dub­step, elec­tron­ica and pop to cre­ate a heady mix of rhythms and melodies. A live show from Egyp­trixx is one to re­mem­ber – even if you are fa­mil­iar with the ma­te­rial from his well-re­ceived EP The Only Way Up, you will wit­ness him break­ing down the tracks and re-se­quenc­ing them live. With each set dif­fer­ent from the last, one of his live shows is al­ways unique.

AC­CLAIMED: Fu­sion DJ Egyp­trixx hails from Toronto. GUEST: Esa Wil­liams is set to play at Ori­gin. Egyp­trixx has won praise from well-known DJs in­clud­ing Sin­den and Mary

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