Diggin' Deep : Monkey Loft : Uniting Souls Record Release Party

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Diggin' Deep : Monkey Loft : Uniting Souls Record Release Party
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Diggin' Deep : Monkey Loft : Uniting Souls Record Release Party says
Uniting Souls presents...

((( DIGGIN' DEEP )))
every last Saturday @ the Monkey Loft

a Uniting Souls record-release party!

((( Celebrating the forthcoming release of "Everything" by London UK producer Next of Kin, featuring remixes by Pete Moss, Jon Lee & Derrick Deep. Coming Feb 2017 on Uniting Souls Music )))

Your musical guides....

:::: LEE HOUSER ::::

:::: DERRICK DEEP ::::

:::::: RAMIRO ::::::

:::: TAIT COLLINS ::::


::: Andi Dean Photography :::

happens every last Saturday at the Monkey Loft, featuring local, national & international touring DJs / producers. Cutting-edge, underground house, from deep to tech, and that awesome family vibe on the dance floor, which Uniting Souls events have become known for over the past two decades!

The standout dj & production duo LEE HOUSER has been gaining popularity with their unique underground tracks & powerhouse b2b dj sets.

Longtime friends, Jon Lee (hailing from the dance floors & dj booths of Seattle & Vancouver, BC) and Simon Houser (previously from NYC) have each been DJing since the early 90’s and in recent years have joined forces and created a distinctive sound by regularly doing work in the studio and behind the decks.

Lee Houser steadily push their production skills bit by bit through the creation of forward-thinking dance floor tracks that tend to have warm, deep dub grooves with a tough, techy after hours vibe.

Lee Houser have releases on Uniting Souls Music, Filter Music, Proper Slap, Hi Pro-File Recordings, Kiko Records, NAM Recordings, FTC Recordings, Denied Music and are set to unleash a new EPs soon on Sheppard records, Substation Recordings and 2017 is shaping up to be another productive year with more releases in the works.

"UNITING SOULS has contributed to setting standards as to what the Seattle electronic music community has to offer on a local and international level. It is because of organizations like Uniting Souls that Seattle is a favorite stop among touring electronic musicians. With e-mail, smart phones, cheap flights, declining costs in music production, and the explosion of information technology, the face of the global music community is rapidly changing, but it is collectives like Uniting Souls that are evolving right alongside to help define and retain humanness in the often impersonal world we've created."
-The Stranger (Seattle's largest weekly)

Join our FB group for discounted ticket/door prices & free music downloads :)

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By: Uniting Souls Music