An understated, though generous and efficient DJ, Bure joins us at the decks this week to shine a light on the deeper aspects of his sound. More notorious for his bigroom work, Bure’s collection spans all shades of house, and has seen him able to take on any room. Sunbar, Press Club, Jade Buddha, and Alhambra have all seen the more soulful end of his sound, whilst Uber, Family, GPO and the Met have enjoyed the peak time sound he is readily able to deliver. More recently, Bure has expanded his flavour of parties and is doing some groovy stuff around town. At the moment he is concentrating on studio work too, producing and engineering some fine releases. In between dates, Bure continues to punch out remixes under his Musik1 alias, notably hitting #5 on the Aria singles chart for his redo of Ricky-Lee’s ‘Hell No.’
This week though, Bure is eager to explore the deeper sound with us, alongside some cool vintage cuts. He arrives at the party with bags of experience, and some fresh and funky ideas too. Indeed, last week saw Bure’s “Funk on Friday” residency host recent Sundae guests Chikashi and Peter G at Loft in West End so we have an idea of his current mindset, and we are keen to get busy.
Chantal and Cool Hand Luke of course will shape the direction of the afternoon before handing the reins to Bure for a little wiggle through deep soulful house, to some more funky numbers. The long summer afternoons have been treating us well, and alongside some cookin’ tunes from Bure we are looking at a great little day out. We’ll see you by the riverside.