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With the crux of his sound built from the ground up through a DIY work ethic, James Organ is a name coming from a burgeoning Liverpool club scene and turning plenty of heads in the process. His dark, up-front style blends all things house and tech-house through the perfect alignment of crisp hi-hats and rolling basslines. Taking the underground house scene by storm in his hometown, he is quickly becoming one of summer 2017’s “ones to watch” and with good reason.
Pushing a vibe that is synonymous with electric club and festival sets, both James Organ’s mixing and on-stage presence over-flow with energy from start to finish. Playing to crammed festival tents with 6,000+ ravers is now the norm for the Liverpudlian, who since late 2016 has graced the likes of We Are FSTVL, The Warehouse Project and many more. There’s no wonder he’s been announced to play at Leeds and Reading’s BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage, Wildlife, Parklife, Steelyard at Creamfields and V Festival this summer, with the list continuing to grow.
Behind these eclectic live sets is a unique blend of house, tech house and techno. James fuses influences both old and new, and recreates them with his own forward-thinking and innovative vision. Grabbing attention from labels such as Saved Records, Decay Records, Witty Tunes and more, James has enjoyed a flurry of peer-approved releases, with this year starting with the groove-infused ‘Beat The Slump’ on Roush. With his sights set firmly on success, expect the summer to deliver more heat in the form of several other releases, kicking off with an EP on Nervous Records.
Now consistently sharing stages with Hot Since 82, Maya Jane Coles, Claptone, Tough Love, Christoph, Solardo, Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Loco Dice and Nastia to name a few, James Organ is quickly earning his place in a scene which looks set to move in a direction of his choosing.
28.05 We Are FSTVL - Space Ibiza stage. Upminster
10.06 Wildlife Festival - WHP stage. Brighton
11.06 Parklife Festival - Hangar Stage. Manchester
27.07 Hideout Festival - Noa Stage, Croatia
19.08 V Festival - Dance stage. Chelmsford
20.08 V Festival - Dance stage Chelsmford (day 2)
25.08 Leeds Festival - BBC Radio 1 dance stage.
26.08 Creamfields Festival - Steelyard. Cheshire
27.08 Reading Festival - BBC Radio 1 dance stage.
30.09 Circus 15th B'day - Camp&Furnace Liverpool
20.10 The Warehouse Project - Manchester
17.11 Chibuku w/ Green Velvet - IWF Liverpool
James Organ’s tracks