Shake Shake Go: three words that resonate like the band’s music: between liberation and power, freedom and adventure, energy and emotion.
In the UK, Shake Shake Go supported artists such as Dan Croll, James Blunt and King Charles, before being played on BBC2 and performing at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall. Their first experience in France was playing at Festival Musilac, Les Déferlantes d’Argeles and Beauregard festival in 2013 and later touring the country supporting Rodrigo y Gabriela. They have headlined their own shows in 30 cities and festivals in 2015. In Germany, they shared the Stage with Talisco and performed headline shows in Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne.
Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL (Mad Max: Fury Road, Divergent) delivers a robust, pulsing scorethat is as energetic and relentless as Deadpool himself. It ties in seamlessly with eclectic mix of songs prominently in the film, including tracks by DMX, Wham!, and Salt-N-Pepa.
About the Movie: “A former Special Forces operative turned mercenary is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers and adopts the alter ego Deadpool.” Directed by Tim Miller
Mikal is a producer who has made a name for himself by making stand out drum & bass tracks that have caught the attention of DJs and listeners alike, he has released on a multitude of labels but it is Metalheadz that are releasing his debut album.
The album is called ‘Wilderness’ and it was very much worth the wait. A no nonsense statement of intent from the Bristol based produced who has been quietly working away in his studio and is now ready to show the world his work, collaborations on the album come from Chimpo, Xtrah, Break, RIOT and Sophie Barker.
Ben Pearce makes his welcome return to Moda Black in early 2016 in the form of his Pomelo EP. This 2 track EP see’s the Mancunian producer deliver 3 heavy, club-focused house-meets-techno cuts. The title track ‘Pomelo’ comes in two guises; version one slowly builds on textural layers, flittering arpeggios and a driving acid line, all with their sights locked on the dramatic main break, before slowly evaporating back into a bed of beats. The dub version, however, sheds the melodic components in a favour a a rawer, grittier feel.