Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Wbeeza's eagerly anticipated first full-length album, Void, out now

Mojo have named it as their electronic album of November, DJ Mag have described him as a ‘real talent’ and De:Bug are ‘all doing the boogie in the office’ to it. ‘It’ being the eagerly awaited first full-length album by The Secret Agency’s 25 year old South London talent, Warren Brown aka Wbeeza. Void, out now on Third Ear has been a long time in the making, ‘some of the stuff on Void is the result of studio-time as far back as 06’ says Warren but with fans including Ame, Dixon, Steve Bug and Stacey Pullen it has been keenly anticipated.  
Wbeeza @ Oceanbeat Festival, Seyschelles (Photo courtesy of Sinbad Phgura)
Ever since he first scored an underground house hit with ‘Disco Dayz’ on his debut EP, Heavystuff, Wbeeza has been tipped as one to watch. Three 12-inches down the line and his consistently original live performances coupled with his innovative take on jazz-tinged deep house and techno have seen the young Londoner warmly embraced by UK bass and house music circles alike.  

Wbeeza at Oceanbeat Festival, Seyschelles (Photo courtesy of Sinbad Phgura)
Void is a 17 track affair, touching on everything from funk, acid and techno to hip-hop, Latin and freeform jazz, making it as its names suggest, without boundaries. This Thursday sees the album launch night at Videos Visions Bar (shouts already on RA!) and follows on from his recent debut at the super exclusive Oceanbeat Festival, Seyschelles, with John Talabot and Spirit Catcher. This November he launches his album tour including appearances at Dunkel Bar, Denmark, Gamma, Italy and Robert Johnson, Germany.

Check out The Secret Agency website for full tour dates

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