Creating the sound of the summer : FooR at Soundclash Festival

May 11, 2015 - 2 minutes read
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Working with new producer group FooR on their brand strategy and positioning, we were on site at Southampton’s Soundclash festival earlier this month, where the FooR took to the stage in Hampshire to play a summery set of the latest deep house and old school garage.

They opened their set with a rework of the UK garage classic ‘I’m Sorry’ with the incredible vocals of Cameron Bloomfield. Joined by MC Alistair of the Artful Dodger, the group shared the stage with numerous internationally renowned artists including Gorgon City, Friction, DJ Hazard, DJ Hype, Jaguar Skills, Kidnap Kid, My Nu Leng, Shadow Child & many more.

Over the past decade they have produced tracks and remixes under various aliases covering almost all genres of electronic music. As DJs and musicians they have played festivals, clubs and parties all around the world.

The group have received strong support across Radio 1, 1Xtra and Kiss FM from Mistajam, Target, Cameo, Wideboys, Majestic and Mike Delinquent as well as support from DJ City and Kiss Fresh playlist.

In 2015 alone they have already remixed for Tinchy Stryder, Fuse ODG, Kyle Lettman, Scorcher, Hollaphonic & Vince Kidd. A clip of them playing out their remix of Skepta ‘Thats Not Me’ has had just under 100,000 views in on their official Facebook page.

This year will be a big one for the DJ group, with tours set for the year ahead and a string of festivals such as Isle of Wight, Bestival’s Common People, Jersey Live & Mutiny.

 

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