Wednesday, 23rd May 2012
Re:Publik Music present LOVEBIRDS
June Bank Holiday
Re:Publik are delighted to finally announce one of their most sought after DJ's of the last few years, Germany's LOVEBIRDS. Following the massive success of last years massive Ibiza hit "Want you in my soul" with Dublin's Stee Downes, LOVEBIRDS makes his Waterford debut on Bank Holiday Sunday, June 3rd. Easily one of Re:Publik's favourite DJs over the last 4 years, they have finally secured his booking after countless attempts.
Underground anthems such as Avilium, Gentle & The Rat have played time after time at various RePublik nights over the past few years, this will be a night not to be missed. Lovebirds will also make his first Irish festival appearance in May at Life Festival where RePublik residents Kenno, Warren & Paul Mac will also be performing. Support on the night comes from Music Locker Sessions Dave Moore. Also, Tramore's Music Locker Sessions DJ Competition's runner up will also have a guest slot on Crystals Terrace before Clonmel's Jonny Phelan while Kenno & Paul Mac finish. More info on this next week plus more upcoming news on international guests to hit Waterford in the coming months. Please check http://www.republikmusic.net & facebook.com/RePublikMusic for news, comps & pics/vids of our recent nights!!!
Lovebirds is the solo project of Hamburg resident Sebastian Doering. Following various excellent singles on much-respected labels like Winding Road Records, Freerange, Buzzin Fly, OM records, Liebe*Detail he is currently has chart success with his new track on the massive ToolRoom Records. The Lovebirds sound is like a blast from the past with house steroids packing serious production muscle. Listening to Lovebirds is like taking trip back to the 70s and 80s - but riding in a gleaming futuristic spaceship.
The first Lovebirds release appeared on Trax of Interest in 2000. In 2006, having built up a repertoire of unsigned material, he sent a CD to John Buckby, label owner of Winding Road Records and a mutual friend of Vincenzo. The first Lovebirds single on Winding Road was the 'Modern Stalking' EP, which came out in 2007. The EP contained tracks of mid-tempo house, each coming from a different musical angle and giving the world a taste of what he was capable of. It was received by the deep house and neo-disco community with open arms. Top-flight DJ's such as Prins Thomas, Ashley Beedle and Jimpster went wild for it. Bill Brewster made the EP the Single Of The Month in iDJ magazine. Lovebirds had landed.
Since then he was responsible for a huge number of club-hits including deep house masterpieces like "M.U.S.I.C." (on Vincenzos and his very own imprint TEARDROP), the modern deephouseclassic "In The Shadows" (on Winding Road) or dancefloor bomb "The Rat" (on Freerange).
Although the Lovebirds name has burst onto the scene only a couple of years ago, Basti is no beginner in the production game. Basti formed Kneedeep, together with old friend Toddie Freese in 1998. Knee Deep became a household name in the dance scene, leading to international DJ gigs and mountains of remix work. As Kneedeep, Basti has remixed Jamiroquai 3 times, as well as Bob Sinclair, David Morales, Brandy, and many others, even winning the prestigious "best remixer" category in the 2002 German Dance Awards in the process (beating Timo Maas along the way). Also their epic "Nassau Rules" was voted track of that year in DJ magazine.
A few years on, Basti had achieved all he wanted to with Kneedeep, and was ready to move into more deeper, musical avenues. And so Lovebirds was born, which is now his main project. Basti is involved in fruitful collaborations with Ben Westbeech, Holly Backler, Lisa Shaw and other artists. Expect quality house sounds at Crystal NiteClub, John Street, Bank Holiday Sunday June 3rd.
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