Saturday 24th March: Disciples Come To Roxy

If you’re in Prague this Saturday with no plans, get yourself down to Roxy to catch British production team, the Disciples, deliver an incredible night of live music.

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The Disciples are an English production trio made up of Nathan Vincent Duvall, Gavin Koolmon and Luke McDermott, currently based in South London and touring Europe for the first time.

When describing their style of sound, it’s difficult to put a finger on exactly what they deliver. It’s an fluid mix of dance, house and electro with a very unique feel that make the Disciples hot property right now.

They’ve toured the UK before, performing at Creamfields and other festivals in front of thousands, they’ve delivered knockout sets at the biggest clubs in Ibiza and they’ll now be heading to Prague to perform at Roxy, one of the most famous clubs in the Czech Republic.

What do they say?

“When people listened to our first EP, they didn’t know what to call it. They’d say, ‘you’re not electro, you’re not dance and it sounds kinda old, but it sounds kinda new,’ and it means that we can do what the hell we want,” Duvall says.

“We’ve written in many different genres with the same approach. If it feels good, and if it sounds good, then its good. There may be more attention to the arrangement as we want our music to work at festivals and clubs, but we can’t let that affect the creativity.”

The trio gained international recognition through their collaboration with world famous Scottish producer Calvin Harris on “How Deep Is Your Love”, which reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart.

They’ve also collaborated with David Guetta on “No Worries” and worked with some of the most influential people in the music industry. Now the band are concentrating on bringing their own creations to the table.

“Two heads are better than one, so how about three? We feed off of each other’s energy, one of us will find the missing piece to each puzzle. The more creative energy in the room, the better the music I think. Swedish House Mafia didn’t do too badly. You can’t be too safe. You have to explore your imagination and share your craziest ideas. Also know when to take criticism and improve on it.”

Get yourself down to Roxy on Saturday and experience this up and coming trio who promise to give you a wicked performance that will have you downloading their tracks the next morning.

The premiere performance of Disciples is organized with the support of the Coolhunters talent platform , which gives space to young artists and musicians.

The Prague Geezer will be in Roxy to report on the event, so hopefully see you there!

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