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Dragonfruit // WYS! ft. Jacob Husley + Peter Pixzel

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Dragonfruit // WYS! ft. Jacob Husley + Peter Pixzel

Dragonfruit presents:
WetYourself! Australian Tour 2018
ft. Jacob Husley + Peter Pixzel

J A C O B . H U S L E Y (WYS! / fabric / UK)

Jacob is the weekly resident DJ and Director of WetYourSelf! at fabric celebrating its 10th birthday on 5th of February 2017,- that's over 500 consecutive weeks of Sunday parties! In one of the worlds most renowned clubs. So it's fair to say Jacob is an extremely experienced DJ who really knows how to read and work the dance floor.

He has been putting out music since 2005, firstly signed to RuiDaSilvas label Kismet records and later on his own imprint WetYourSelf recordings now on its 5th year. His music has been played and supported by diverse artists like Laurent Garnier, Kruder and Dorfmeister, Magda, John Digweed and many more, it tells you something about the level of music and how diverse his sound is. His last two ep's in 2016 ware remixed by Minilouge, AxelBoman, Glimpse and Roman Flugel, 2 of these tracks was licensed to John Digweed's latest mix compilation. 2017 will see more ep's from Jacob, but the full details are not revealed yet, so watch this space

P E T E R . P I X Z E L (WYS! / fabric / UK)

Peter Pixzel is a London based DJ/Producer, one half of WetYourSelf!, the weekly Sunday party at fabric in London for the past 10 years, alongside Jacob Husley, and also one half of musical duo APP.
Born in Copenhagen, 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.

A decade later, now in London, Peter began organising parties as part of duo WetYourSelf!, and has is just about to celebrate his 10th year residency at fabric. 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.

As well as original releases under his own name Peter is known for his other project APP – a production force and live act in partnership with fellow Dane August Jacobson, boasting releases on labels such as Dinaymic, Kindisch, Watergate and naturally on his own imprint WetYourSelf Recordings. Peter’s magnetic charisma and passion for music is highly infectious and paves the way for even greater things to come.

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