World DJ star Hot Since 82 will perform in Belgrade
World deep / tech house attraction Hot From 82, one of the most successful British DJs and producers will perform on Saturday February 23 in the big Hangar at the Port of Belgrade.
Behind the pseudonyms Hot Since 82 hides Daley Padley, the hedlajner of the biggest electronic acts and an artist who is cited by critics as someone who plays the most sophisticated music in the UK. The heart of the club scene won the debut release of “Let It Ride” in 2011 for Noyir Music, which came to third place in the Beatport Deep House list. After this single, which became an anthem in Ibiza, Hot Since 82 has experienced a flashy success.
He has published a number of dark hits such as “Like You” or “Leave Me”, thus paving the way for the very top of the scene. After publishing the remix of Yousef’s “Beg”, he gained the attention of even wider audience, and his music reached unprecedented dimensions. He is also known for other successful remixes, including his version of the band “Bigger Than Prince” by Green Velvet and “So High” by Shadow Child. At the same time with a stunning success on the scene, Pete Tong invited him to his radio show Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1, and shortly afterwards his first album “Little Black Book” (2013) saw the light of the day. During 2014, he launched the Knee Deep In Sound publishing house, where he works with many young artists of a similar profile.
Hot Since 82 becomes the “protective face” of modern tech house sound, releasing for labels such as Get Physical, Fashion Black, Suara and its home label. He is also one of the most sought after DJs at all world festivals and in the best clubs, part of Richie Hawtin’s ENTER team, and for two years in a row he is a resident of Pacha Club on Ibiza, with his recognizable Labyrinth parties.
Hot Since 82, one of the winners of the DJ Awards, came in the top spot of the best tech house di-jazz released by Beatport, and was also nominated for the producer of the year at the Electronic Music Awards.
In November 2017, he began producing a new album, which he says is slower, more emotional and more vocal than his previous releases. The first two singles from this album – “Buggin” and “Bloodlines” released in the second half of 2018 – are announcing a release that is expected in March this year.