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D/R/U/G/S Confirmed As Support Act For Digitalism

Listen here to the increasing talent that is D/R/U/G/S and check out where you can experience him this winter.

With the immense success of his debut 12″ ‘Love/Lust’, D/R/U/G/S a.k.a 24 year- old Callum Wright, returns with a three track record ‘Connected’ released on the 28th November 2011 through Moshi Moshi imprint.

D/R/U/G/S followed success with a busy summer this year, filling festivals and live shows that included music making alongside the likes of Modeselektor, Moby, and Digitalism at this year’s ‘Red Bull Revolution’s’ event on the London Eye back in August 2011.

BBC Radio 1 aired previous play’s of  ‘Love/Lust’ on Huw Stephen’s coveted weekend show. ‘Connected’ will have it’s air play premiered this month on BBC Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank show, so watchout for it!

D/R/U/G/S produces organic house music, music with a heart for dancing and no worry of categorising itself into a particular genre. 24 year-old Callum is clearly a young electronic talent. Establishing his name within the live arena D/R/U/G/S is one of the most sought after remixers right now, working for example with the likes of Crystal Fighter’s and the amazing Lykke Li.

Check out D/R/U/G/S on tour with Digitalism on the following dates…

UK Live Dates:

30/10/11 Dublin- Academy with Digitalism

1/11/11 Manchester- Academy 3 with Digitalism

2/11/11 Birmingham- HMV Institute Library with Digitalism

3/11/11 Bristol- Academy 2 with Digitalism

4/11/11 Leeds- Cockpit with Digitalism

5/11/11 London- The Forumwith Digitalism




“Intricate and soothing electronic music” Mixmag 

Alluringly warm and empathic tunes” Time Out

“Timeless, transcendental club music” iDJ

“Laid-back atmospherics and arpeggiated synths with Spartan four-on-the floor beats” NME

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