Auditree Presents Lancelot W/ Special Guest Willaris.K

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Auditree Presents Lancelot W/ Special Guest Willaris.K says
Lancelot aka Lance Gurisik still loves to call Australia home. He returned to our shores last week and made a splash with a set in the Sydney Mixmag lab to kickstart his tour Down Under. It has been almost a year since his last visit alongside Jonas Rathsman and we're extremely excited to welcome him back to one of his favourite haunts. His dub of Isaac Tichauers Street Lessons and original release Tarantism were both on high circulation at The TBC Club last year so it's fitting he is taking the reigns Friday February 17.

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Willaris. K - Special Guest
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LANCELOT

Listen - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8VEF8sDPS0

Starting out quite firmly behind a piano rather than a pair of CDJs, Lancelot is a producer/maker/doer before all else. Following a string of warmly received records and a constant touring schedule through Australia and Europe, it was 2014's 'Givin' It Up' EP on acclaimed UK label Anjunadeep (Dusky, Steve Huerta, Clarion) that sprung Lancelot into the scene. An immediate hit with informed chaps like The Magician, Perseus (French Express), T.Williams, Bondax and Ben Pearce, resurgent house don MK even found time to remix the A-side.

A follow-up EP on Anjunadeep featuring Australian diva Ngaiire curried similar favour, premiered by Skream (BBC Radio1) and supported by Jason Bentley (KCRW). After completing a remix for Sydney electro luminaries, The Presets, Lancelot knuckled down in his London studio to write and record the soundtrack for an original television series. The soundtrack has been nominated for several industry awards in Australia and the show optioned for a second season.

Lancelot has headlined clubs across the UK, Europe, United States and Asia, performed at festivals including Secret Garden Party (UK), Warehouse Project (UK), Field Day (Sydney) and TomorrowWorld (Atlanta) and warmed the wheels for Jamie Jones, Julio Bashmore, Horsemeat Disco and more.
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By: Auditree