It is not often that an artist can be defined by such a
distinctive sound whilst still maintaing a varied and
extremely open minded approach to music production and
You will probably have first have heard of Casino Times
from their infectious future classic ‘That’s The Truth’. The
track was supported and played by many highly regarded
tastemakers including Jamie XX, Wolf & Lamb, Bicep and
Solomun (who included it in his Watergate 11 CD).
The versatility of this track set the bench mark for Joseph
Spencer and Nick Church, to constantly push their own
personnel boundaries when making music, agreeing not to
focus on a certain sound but to carve a path with a sound
that they can define as their own.
This sound sits comfortably on that precarious boundary
that many artists struggle to sit. While there songs are
emotionally charged they are also extremely dance floor
friendly and are as fun as they are thought provoking.
As in their productions, their DJ sets possess a diversity
that many consider to be a breathe of fresh air. Taking
inspiration from disco, house and techno their DJ sets strike
that emotional chord that keeps a captivated audience
moving all night long.