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Dave Seaman, UK (Selador/Suara/Sudbeat)

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As we fast approach our 2nd birthday, we welcome international DJ Dave Seaman to The Little Red Door for an intimate night of deep techno and driving progressive house.

Dave Seaman [Selador, Suara, Sudbeat]

There aren’t many artists who’ve sound-tracked the birth of dance music and are still leading its development more than two decades later. There are even less who have gifted both the club and pop scenes with unforgettable musical moments that get talked about in hushed tones years after their creation. Dave Seaman is one of a select few.

Whether it’s one of his spine-tingling Global Underground or Renaissance CDs that’s still burning a hole in your stereo years after its purchase, or the perfect pop of Kylie’s ‘Confide In Me’ that he wrote, produced and remixed, there’s very few with their heart in electronic music who haven’t been touched by his oeuvre in one form or another.

It’s a commonality that everyone from clubbers at Creamfields, to the biggest recording artists on the planet share. Having devoted almost every weekend over the last 20 years to moving dance floors from Ibiza to Iceland, Seaman has played the world’s most recognised festivals and clubs in more than 80 countries throughout his career, while still lending his production nous to the music industry’s A List. Along with crafting beats for Ms Minogue and Pet Shop Boys, everyone from David Bowie to New Order and U2 to Michael Jackson have received a Seaman re-rub.

Seaman played his first bona-fide professional DJ gig at the legendary Shelley’s in Stoke in 1990, stroking vinyl alongside a couple of emerging talents by the name of Sasha and Laurent Garnier. Acid house was blooming and Seaman’s boundless enthusiasm and creative spirit was petrol in it’s tank.

Teaming up with producer and friend Steve Anderson, the duo recorded as Brothers In Rhythm, birthing the seminal rave anthem ‘Such A Good Feeling’ which became a UK Top 20 hit, while also issuing the landmark ‘Mixmag Live Volume’ 1 with Carl Cox in 1991 – a release that stands as one of the first ever commercially available mix compilations.

Seaman’s unrelenting desire to propel music at all levels saw him kickstart the Stress Records imprint through DMC, showcasing tunes by some of the finest talent in dance music for more than a decade. Artists including Sasha, Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed and Groove Armada’s Andy Cato all released smoking club cuts on the label, with many crediting it as acting as a global launching pad for their careers. He followed Stress with a decade at the helm of Audio Therapy where similar levels of success ensued proving his ability to spot & nurture talent time and time again.

Without a doubt, his relationship with Renaissance is one of the most renowned in dance music, with Seaman having contributed 10 mixes to the revered series. Global Underground view the Brit in a similarly lofty light, having secured his services to mix their Melbourne, Buenos Aires, Cape Town & Lithuanian volumes. His most recent mix compilation, Beyond Borders: Berlin for Armada, even gatecrashed the Dutch Pop Charts, a particularly rare accomplishment for an resolutely Underground release.

Today, Seaman’s passion to exhibit boundary-breaking talent is as strong as ever. Via the independent record label Selador Recordings which he co owns with long time friend, Steve Parry, his inspired A&R has helped nurture some of the finest groove-merchants in dance music. The label’s roster speaks for itself, with Cristoph, Nicolas Masseyeff, Kiko, Kevin Over, Dubspeeka, Habischman, D Nox & Beckers, Quivver, Kiki, Gorge and Robert Babicz all contributing tracks and remixes recently.

Damion Pell [Decoded Magazine, Stripped Digital Records, BSR]

For the last 15 years, Damion has been living and touring Europe having headlined festivals Snowbombing, Amsterdam Dance Event, Brighton Music Conference,Pacha (Ibiza) La Terrazzza (Barcelona) to running his own room at Ministry of Sound (UK), India, Croatia, Ireland, Ibiza and Netherlands with artists Hernan Cattaneo, AFFKT, Guy J, Jaydee and many more.

With releases on Stripped Digital, BSR, Gibbon Records and EJ Underground as well as being featured in DJ Mag (NL) through to owning the UK based electronic music publication Decoded Magazine, he has returned to Sydney as a resident DJ with Kiltr Sessions and regularly found playing in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide.

Heath Roberston - The Front Room

DJing and promoting in the Adelaide & Australian scene for over 15 years, Heath Robertson has held residencies at all of Adelaide’s leading club nights, and many of the biggest clubs around the country. His versatility over the years has seen him play alongside international leaders in genres spanning House, Progressive, Trance and Techno.

He has supported the likes of Above & Beyond, Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Ferry Corsten & Cosmic Gate in the Trance Scene. Whilst in the house & techno scene he has supported James Zabiela, Anthony Pappa, Derrick Carter, Funkagenda, Wehbba, Oliver$, Jay Lumen, Gene Farris, Hybrid, Jacky, Joey Negro, Josh Butler, Mark Farina, Patrick Topping, Pleasurekraft, Yousef, Darius Syrossian, 16Bit Lolitas & Roger Sanchez.

Currently the head honcho of the successful Adelaide house & techno brand The Front Room, who over the past 12 months, have toured some of the biggest names in the scene including... Chicane, Betoko, Robert Babicz, Markus Homm, Hanne & Lorre, Gregor Tresher, Slam, Bart Skils & WAFF.

This will be a capacity sell out event. Tickets are available from eventbrite with first release now on sale
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