WetYourSelf! @ Club Midi

by | Apr 10, 2017 | Party


Jacob Husley
Peter Pixzel
Cristi Cons
Paul K

WetYourSelf! maintains a weekly Sunday night residency at esteemed London venue fabric, in a comfortable environment, free from the clichés of weekend clubbing. The commitment to creating a party with un-rivalled line-ups which embrace emerging talent as well as established names has ensured a dedicated following, and a reputation for the most loved house and techno night in the City.

Jacob Husley is the weekly resident DJ and Director of WetYourSelf! at fabric for 10 years now – thats over 500 consecutive weeks of Sunday parties! So it’s fair to say Jacob is an extremely experienced DJ who really knows how to readandwork the dance floor.

The London based DJ/Producer, one half of WetYourSelf!, Peter Pixzel began his musical journey as a DJ playing house music, his naturally inquisitive mind led him to learn the skill of production and create music of his own.

Cristi Cons’s musical mind, wired under the rigorous laws of classical music during his studies at the National Music Academy, was ready to break some boundaries and electronic music offered the perfect tools. 2007 was the year he started to make his own music. Perfectly timed, he met Vlad Caia and their friendship later turned into into a common studio project known as SIT, and their own imprint, Amphia.

Paul K is like a breath of fresh air that echoes the explorative style of body-moving groove. His style has a special trademark that you can clearly differentiate from the fellowship, there is alluring but subtle groove through each track played out. He follows a principle of playing complex music, not just sounds or percussion-based tracks and is always on a very positive vibe, making it impossible to stand still on the dancefloor. He is always delivering feelings along with his sets, making them a unique experience.

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