MUSIC at WILD CANVAS
MUSIC at WILD CANVAS
With lazy afternoon DJ session beside the river and a selection of DJ friends providing the musical nutrition at Wild HQ, our secluded courtyard, in the evenings. Music at Wild Canvas is a pretty chilled affair, a sweet summer soundtrack to your time here., served up on a quality sound system! Whilst pretty low key during the week, on weekends, we turn up the volume and get the party going.
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Abi started dj ing in 1996 as a resident at a weekly night ‘DO ME A FAVOUR’ in London’s West End playing a mix of soul, jazz funk, boogie, lovers rock and rare groove. This led to her own weekly nights at The Vibe Bar (Brick Lane) and Tongue and Groove (Brixton) as well as twice weekly gigs at The Cafe de Paris (VIP rooms) and The Met Bar.
Dom Servini is a stalwart of the soulful music scene in London. As co-owner of the Wah Wah 45s record label (this year celebrating its twenty third birthday) and resident DJ at their club and live events, as well as being an internationally respected turntablist, Dom knows not only how to rock a party, but also has the knack for finding an exciting new artist or two. Dom has been responsible for signing Hackney Colliery Band, The Milk, Dele Sosimi, Honeyfeet, Resonators and many more.
Earl Gateshead began DJing in 1979 when he played Reggae records between punk bands in Brixton……… Today Earl tours the world, always playing original, first press, vinyl, which he maintains has the best sound. He spreads the original positive message of love, from Jamaica’s golden era of Reggae music.
Jake caught the DJ bug back in 1990, playing at college parties, before setting up a successful Brazilian night while attending Brighton University. It was here where he met fellow DJ Dom Servini, which led to a long-standing friendship between the two and a renowned club night in the form of ‘Mouseorgan’,
Based in London, and with over 2 decades rocking dancefloors all over the world, including clubs such as Fabric, Pacha, Ministry of Sound and festivals such as Glastonbury (UK), Big Beach (Japan), Splore (New Zealand), Kengo has honed his sound with a keen awareness for emotion and movement. Also a trained dancer he is the initiative behind 4 To The Floor collective with a vision to bringing back dance into dance music. On the production side, he runs his own Otodama music imprint as well as having releases on labels such as Makin Moves and Afroterraneo.