Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Nature Or Nurture residency!

So..  The wonderful Nurture or Nurture night, as hosted by the legend that is the Pushamann, and Sir Terry (Fancis) - as he has come to be known amongst our friends - is moving venue to the East Village in Shoreditch at the start of June, and i have been made a resident.. ! I didn't quite believe it at the time but now I can put (N.o.N) at the end of my name, yes, I am officially cool.  Anyway so the first night is next Thursday and i hope to see all you guys down there as it should be a really good evening; not only is Sir Terry and the Pushamann there but also Phonica's very own Hector.. what a corking lineup! 

Huge thanks go out to Charles (Pushamann) for this, I have been exceptionally lucky to meet such a legend of a man who has been so kind as to give me this opportunity, and I hope to be able to take full advantage and put out a really good set next week... Can't wait! 

Sunday, 24 May 2009

That Friday Feeling..

Here is a little piece from the Oxford Mail from a nice chap (Richard Bell - thank you for your kind words and general enthusiasm) who came to checkout Housewerk..

Here is a short extract.. But i must say he has been very nice about the night, which was light on numbers (well, pretty much much dead) untill right at the end when my dear sister brought what must have been about 60 people from a house party that she had been at, and who promptly filled the dance floor for the final hour.. Thanks sis!

Well, underground House perhaps isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but that’s why I like the spirit of this night so much; it’s something a little different.

And honestly the music is excellent – I consider myself a bit of a connoisseur (yes, really) and I have no idea what these guys were playing for the most part, but I did know that I was loving each track, and loving the fact that I was being surprised by genuinely fresh and new sounds.
So, you know, I really have no idea why tonight wasn’t more of a success.

Click here to read the full article.. And thanks again to you Richard, and indeed Adam for organising the night.. good (house)werk all round!