Canadian livewire DJ rocks like an Egyptian
Fun night of French fancy
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