THE QUBE PROJECT

191 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5NE

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AS I AM
LONGPLAY
XYZ
GEOFF VINCENT

THE LITTLE FESTIVAL:
MU5SICOLOGY
SMUDGEDUP
OSMI
JARMO

Max Chapman

Max first made an impact on the underground music scene in 2011, he was just 23 when he had his debut track aired on the prolific Pete Tong show on BBC Radio 1. Since then Max has released a wide range of music, proving that his production is extensively versatile, having the capabilities to create tracks that are deep and musical, rolling and clubby and everything in between.Max has left his mark on some of the biggest clubs and cities in the world, storming through Mexico, USA, South America, Australia, various parts of Europe and of course constantly traveling up and down the UK…

As I Am 

Growing up in South East London, Jon O’Leary – now best known under his As I Am alias – began his musical education at a young age with the guidance of his bass player father, listening to 80s disco and mixing cassettes at his grandfather’s house. He soon developed an interest in house and garage and in his school years was putting on his own nights before rushing home to listen to pirate radio stations.As a producer he creates tracks that have big baselines and a distinctive club feel, a category into which As I Am’s debut release on Defected Records ‘Saving Grace’ absolutely belongs.

LongPlay

When 3 long term pals decided to hit the studio back in 2013, LongPlay was formed.Though relative new comers as a trio, they have already had a significant impact on the House scene. With the unmistakable influence of House, Garage and Disco laying the foundations of their productions, it isn’t a surprise that they were soon spotted by nocturnal groove & Love not money records .With a string of top10 releases already in the bag and many more to come in 2015 . As well as gigs spanning across London & Ibiza Expect nothing but bigger and better things from these three. Like their name suggests, they are going to be around for quite some time…

Soul Divide 

launched in August 2014. The duo’s first release The 'Catch The Light EP" has been causing a bit of a stir in clubland. This has brought them massive support from the likes of Sam Divine,Low Steppa ,Copyright and Roger Sanchez.

The Soul Divide sound has a massive soulful influence, cleverly crafted with bumping grooves and baselines.

2015 has already been a busy for Soul Divide, with music signed too the likes of King Street,Beatdown and Play Records, other labels such as Audio Rehab,Suara and D-Vine sounds have also been taking an interest.

Support from Geoff Vincent & The Little Festival guys expect the main room to be rocking early doors ...