As part of the School of Music commitment to new and innovative new music, we have a profile for you today on Ben Proudlove. Ben is a DJ whose reputation in the United Kingdom has been growing steadily over the last few years, culminating in him playing at a host of reputable festivals and events and receiving plaudits for his performances.
He plays on his own and part of ‘Superfly DJs’ and has graced the decks at Chibuku Shake Shake, Sankeys, Wakestock, Creamfields and Isle of Wight of late.
An integral ‘Superfly’ promoter, Ben has showcased dance music at its finest – hosting selectors such as The Freestylers, Duke Dumont, Koma & Bones and The Glimmer Twins.
Ben has also run Thames boat parties, Ibizan workers parties, hosted Apres-ski bars and opened and closed festivals around the UK. In addition to this he plays his own club sets that have seen him share booths with countless world-class names from across the spectrum. These include The Klaxons, Grandmaster Melle Mel, High Contrast, Erol Alkan, Digitalism, DJ Yoda and Alex Metric. Ben’s success in his musical career to date has been in no small part due to his eclectic taste, impeccable track selection and energy.
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Ben is a DJ who pushes his sound constantly and delivers monthly live mixes as part of the ‘Ben Proudlove Sessions’ project which has gained recognition from musical authorities as huge as NME. These sessions represent the very best in the groove from minimal, tech house, deep house, indie dance and techno.
Ben Proudlove’s next gig is this weekend on 24th November, where he will be headlining a fantastic new night in Finsbury Park. The night is called Fl’eau and is set to be an absolute stormer!
Fl’eau is a brand new deep, tech and dub house night launching at The Silver Bullet. Fluid yet jackin’ beats compliment smooth throbbing basslines to bring you a musical and clubbing experience like no other. A composite of big vocal house tunes with deep, underground soulful compositions make this night vary from any others you might find. Bringing an underground big Ibiza club feel to a smaller, intimate venue without the dark and minimal ideals, Fl’eau is not a night to miss!
Anyone in London this weekend should most definitely go and check this fantastic night out. Budding writers that manage to get themselves to Fl’eau this weekend should send their articles in to Young Academic as always, the School of Music wants your reviews!