H&p Residency Launch with Auntie Flo, Sophie & Drumtalk @ Plastic People

Proper looking forward to seeing what DrumTalk does this weekend – though not to take away from the rest of the stellar lineup at Plastic People for Saturday night. It’s happening as part of the Huntley & Palmers residency launch, and headlined by Auntie Flo with Esa in attendance and SOPHIE also offering up a set.

DrumTalk’s recent edit on Sofrito featured in Jimmy Monsta Funk’s last sessions mix, and definitely turned our heads. Word is there’s more on the horizon from him this year, can’t wait for it to drop.

Check out the track below, then details of this Saturday night under that.

via Resident Advisor

After some great parties at Plastic People last year with the likes of Caribou, It’s A Fine Line, Levon Vincent & Lil Silva and our label launch, it gives us enormous pleasure to announce a new residency at the legendary Plastic People – joining the likes of Floating Points and Theo Parrish. Taking place on the last Friday of every month from March, we’ve got a bunch of great line ups in store. Stay tuned for more…

With Auntie Flo’s remix release just around the corner featuring remixes from Pearson Sound, SOPHIE and Alejandro Paz, it felt fitting to come full circle with another label party featuring the extended H&P fam featuring Auntie Flo, SOPHIE and DrumTalk…

With two sell out releases in 2011 under his belt, a growing fan base which counts Ricardo Villalobos, Caribou, Andrew Weatherall, Gilles Peterson and Jackmaster amongst its members, topping the end of year charts, a smashing live show and an RA championed mix; Auntie Flo’s arrival has been triumphant! This year will see the release of mini-album, Future Rhythm Machine, a slew of top remixes for the likes of Photonz, festival appearances, a monthly residency at Glasgow’s Sub Club and regular dates at our soon-to-commence Plastic People residency.

Featuring a live set from emerging talent, SOPHIE in whose hands ‘Highlife’ is morphed into a rapturous synth laden stormer. His own release is due out on H&P in a few months and sounds like nothing we’ve ever heard before.

We’d also like to introduce a new project from a well established producer. DrumTalk champions the sounds from Africa we’re ever so fond of and has remixes on the way for two of our favourite labels; Soundway and Sofrito. His own material is well worth checking and you can be sure that he’ll be one to watch over the year ahead.

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