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Following on from our little journey into some out and out House music and cheeky disco re-edits with Alton Miller and Juergen Junker last year, our occasional side-project, rungrooves, will be making a re-appearance in March as we play host to manchester’s finest – Trus’Me
David Wolstencroft aka Trus’Me burst onto the scene last year with three mysterious 12-inches that grabbed the attention of house heads worldwide. His name, Trus’Me, seemed to be the key: Whether it was the bumping deep house of W.A.R. Dub or the dreamy beatdown stylings of Browns” his releases appealed to open-eared listeners tapped into the soulful spirit of vintage US house music. His debut release on Chicago’s Still Music label was quickly followed by two more, all blowing up on both sides of the pond and accelerating the buzz on this new artist. His production is constantly compared to Moodymann and our such Detroit luminaries with releases usually snatching ‘Record of the week’ in hosts of global outlets from Piccadilly Records – Manchester to Jazzy Sport – Japan. But after his relationship with Jerome Derradji’s Still Music broke down, he found himself with a stack of unreleased material both by himself and friends, and little idea on what to do next.
So, he did what any producer does: He started his own label. Already on its fifth release, Prime Numbers has put out tracks by Detroit producer Reggie Dokes as well as various artists associated with the Edinburgh-based Firecracker Recordings. And it looks to be set for 2009 as well, with a raft of new releases from Trus’me, Linkwood and others planned. In addition to getting the label up and running, Wolstencroft has also started up his weekly Disco 3000 party in his hometown of Manchester, and he’s already got plans to take it worldwide.
Come and join us as we get down to some deep and dirty disco, house, detroit and all round funk with the man who knows how – Trus’Me! Providing full bodied support for this mission will be our very own Alex Fisher with his unstoppable hardware live sets of smooth jackin house. Tone Def from Bournemouth’s top party crew, Delete, will also be on hand with some super deep house to get the evening warmed up and filling in the gaps inbetween will be regular run boy – Chris Box.
Date: Saturday 28.03.2009
Venue: Bar 512, 512 Kingsland Road, London E8 4AE
Times: 10pm – 5am
Entry: £6 run mailing list or b4 12 / £8 after