Pisco pres. Crazy P : Hot Toddy – Sunday 14 Jan

Pisco Bar is proud to present Crazy P: Hot Toddy! Sunday 14 Jan He’ll be using slinky underground disco, deep electronic throbs, and shimmering pop moments to bring us...
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Pisco Bar is proud to present Crazy P: Hot Toddy! Sunday 14 Jan
He’ll be using slinky underground disco, deep electronic throbs, and shimmering pop moments to bring us dance music with a voice, a heart, and soul.

Regarded as one of dance music’s finest and genuinely live performers out there, new audiences are, without exception, blown away the first time they see a Hot Toddy live set.

Join him as he arms up with Rocky Suave, JonnyVicious, Donovan Tho, and Shazz to bring down the roof at Pisco Bar.

The anticipation is set, the bar is high, and we can’t wait to taste the groove!

ENTRY : RM 35

For more info, email info@piscobarkl.com

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ABOUT HOT TODDY

Half of the production behind Crazy P, Hot Toddy (Chris Todd) has steadily been building his rep as a solo Artist since his debut release all the way back in 1999.

Hot Toddy’s initial releases came through the Neon Heights and Paper Recordings record labels, with Paper putting out his debut LP ‘Super Magic’ in 2002.

As Crazy P (at that time Crazy Penis) began to tour the world with their acclaimed live show – of which Toddy is of course one of the arrangers and guitarist, Hot Toddy work had to take a somewhat of a backseat, but releases still emerged on Nottingham’s excellent Winding Road label.

After Crazy P’s triumphant last album Stop Space Return, and the susbsequent touring that came with it, was finished, the studio beckoned once again, and Toddy emerged earlier in 2010 with his second album ‘Late Night Boogie’ on San Francisco label Om Records sister label Smoke and Mirrors. A gorgeous stew of all his styles, it featured Crazy P’s Danielle Moore and Jennifer Rhonwen on vocals, and sweetly dove tailed the sounds of balearica, soul, boogie, disco, and the kind of slow burning house that Toddy and Crazy P have made their own. Eskimo Records loved the superb ‘I Need Love’ (featuring a rare lead vocal from Crazy P production partner Ron Basejam) that they swiftly licensed and got Morgan Geist in on the remix.

Approaching the end of 2010, and Hot Toddy is now in demand as a remixer, with his takes of Joey Negro, Mousse T, Lovebirds, and his gorgeous version of Crazy P’s ‘Never Gonna Reach Me’ getting props and plays from the likes of The Revenge, Tom Middleton, Pete Tong, King Britt, Tim Sweeney, Tensnake, and Jamie Jones, and Wolf and Lamb.

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