LABYRINTH SHOWCASE – 27 MEI – WOODSTOCK ’69
|So we heard you guys are really looking forward to a new Labyrinth Showcase?|
Well we sure still have fond memories of our 2011 showcase at Woodstock69 so we’ve got some good news! On May 27, Labyrinth Productions returns to the most famous beach of the Netherlands for our 2012 Labyrinth Showcase.
Headliners are our two Italian Stallions Santos & Alex Dolby. Santos is known to be a talented producer whose creativity seems to know no bounds. His quirky 2000 breakthrough track ‘Camels’ remains an unforgettable classic. In the years that passed since, he’s released several acclaimed EP’s and and of course the huge anthem ‘Hold Home’.
Santos can add Nic Fanciulli’s Saved, John Digweed’s Bedrock, Matthias Tanzmann’s Moon Harbour, Get Physical, Figures, VIVa, Crosstown Rebels, Germany’s Great Stuff and many more to his repertoire. Come 2012, Santos was featured on the DJ Mag cover and is still getting great feedback on his album “If You Have Meat”.
|Although his name would imply a more Anglican decent, Alex Dolby’s story begins in the beautiful countryside of Ciociaria in central Italy. Inspired equally by Italian house legends like Massimino Lippoli, Flavio Vecchi and Ricky Montanari combined with leading artists like Sasha, Steve Lawler and Danny Tenaglia, it didn’t take long for Alex to set up his own studio start making music.|
His sound can be described as a combination of house, progressive, breakbeat and tech although his recent productions are underpinned by a deep techno groove. Santos once remarked, “You know where an Alex Dolby track starts but you never know where it’s going to end”. The same applies for his DJ sets, which sweep from house to techno. An appropriate comment to describe the work of one of dance music’s true individuals.
Joining Alex and Santos is one of Labyrinth’s Belgian/Turkish talents Ugur Yurt. He’s the perfect guy to complete this line-up with his endless energy behind the decks. The Woodstock crowd has already proven to love his sound in the past. Hot tip: he’s got a new EP coming on Creamminal Records soon so be prepared for some fresh grooves!