Ian Pooley Confirmed for March 14th – Oonst at Basing House

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Ian Pooley ( Pooled Music, Innervisions, Ovum )

Twenty years into his professional career, Berlin resident Ian Pooley is regarded as both a cult global underground DJ and established mainstream producer. As one of the only artists that walk the earth to have both remixed and been remixed by Daft Punk this is but a small part of this illustrious DJ’s history.

Five albums into his career, Pooley has scoured influences from around the globe- Detroit, Chicago, Brazil, playing with funk and always maintaining an emphasis on the groove.

2013 brought him back to the spotlight with a critically appraised release on
Innervisions, Ovum and his fifth studio album, ‘What I Do’, on his own label Pooled Music.

Always delivering set’s that connect firmly with the dance floor and glow with a timelessness not often found in modern day electronic music, Oonst are naturally very excited to host Mr Pooley in the intimate environment of Basing House.

ATTS (Days of Being Wild / Oonst)

Having shared the bill with Paul Woolford, Tom Trago, Adam Port, Nick Hoppner and Luke Solomun, playing psych-tipped bass-heavy house music, Oonst founder ATTS looks forwards to 2014 with a forthcoming release on Danial Avery and Matt Walsh favoured label, Days Of Being Wild.

Oli D.A.B & ROBIN (Trouble Vision / Oonst)

Trouble Vision house legends Oli D.A.B & Robin will be rocking the party the only way they know how. Through the roof…

Rigg (Oonst)

Acidic, Blunt yet funky the Riggster will be up to his old tricks as useful.

SEE YOU DOWN THERE

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