Sleeper Cell presents Amadeezy + ZULI (Good Friday Eve)

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Sleeper Cell presents Amadeezy + ZULI (Good Friday Eve)

The Night Cat

Sleeper Cell presents Amadeezy (USA) & ZULI (Egypt)

plus Ramsey, Tinika, Kufa, dampwetbody (Generative VFX), Rhys Newling & Phil Mair (A/V)

“Bass Boss” Amadeezy established Boston’s leading trap/dirty south party PVRPLE in 2012, bringing southern rap pioneers including DJ Paul of Three Six Mafia, Metro Boomin and Cash Money’s Mannie Fresh to the Massachusetts scene, inspiring Deezy to produce hard hitting dance trax that rep hip-hop roots through house & techno thru to G-styles like juke, jit and ghettotech. Deezy’s standout records include the thugged out East Side G-Ride EP for Jensen Interceptor/Assembler Code’s International Chrome imprint & Freaky Deezy for Partiboi69’s Mutual Pleasure — to a stack of hyper hip-hop influenced house records for Moveltraxx. Racking up mad support from the likes of Mall Grab, Egyptian Lover and Cinthie to Ellen Allien and I Hate Models – Amadeezy’s jams have made their way to Boys Noize BBC Essential Mixes & DJ Stingray 313 Boiler Room sets – with no signs of easing up on their 808-focused takeover of soundsystems around the globe.

ZULI is a multi-instrumentalist & producer from Cairo responsible for some of the wildest drum-forward sonic experiments in recent years. Their sound is a mind bending blend of hip-hop, D&B and bass music with flourishes of footwork and soaring glossy ambience, resulting in abstract club tracks that fold inwards on themselves over and over again. It is intense, yet impossibly seductive in its polyrhythmic nature. Dropping on labels such as Lee Gamble’s UIQ, receiving support from heavy hitters like Aphex Twin, Autechre, Ben UFO & Bradley Zero, ZULI is “all caps” in both name and in sound and we’re amped to invite them to melt The Night Cat’s dancefloor this Good Friday Eve.

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