Eclipsar resident @iamunorthodox back with us again for our biggest party to date on November 10th at @basing_house in Shoreditch!
After his debut event with us keeping everyone dancing until closing at 6am, its hard to find another artist who creates a better vibe all night long than the man Unorthodox. Playing a majority of unreleased productions of his own including the highly anticipated Yeke Yeke EP, regularly played by the likes of Solardo, GW Harrison and also support from other big names including the legendary Carl Cox, Unorthdox at Eclipsar is the place to be, to hear the special and unique sound of one of the scenes best kept secrets!
Unorthodox is an Electronic DJ/Producer and Musician From North London, His collection of Vinyl, Synths and Drum Machines are what gives him the ability to spawn new ideas and his recent efforts have seen him Have a Release with Todd Terry ( In House) and more recently Suara Recordings. A proficient DJ/Performer this year he has supported acts such as Mendo, Secondcity, Max Chapman, Camelphat, Jay Lumen and more.
Unorthodox is a DJ/ Producer from North London who has been playing house music since the early 90s. His eclectic vinyl collection covered the classics of the Acid and US House scene, 95 North, DJ Disciple, Steve Silk Hurley, Dave Cammacho and Todd Terry. It was upon hearing the latter’s dub of Martha Wash’s soul classic “Carry On” that Unorthodox was inspired to produce his own music.
After purchasing an Atari 1040 ST Unorthodox started to create his sound, that sound has been developing and improving since. At any opportunity to purchase equipment with spare money, Unorthodox constantly added vintage synths, drum machines and outboard to his studio collection. The self confessed gear-head hasn’t looked back since.
In the years since the production bug hit, Unorthodox has produced, written and mixed for a range of artists and clients including Todd Terry, The Disciples, Secondcity, Alex Mills, Toolroom Records, Lou Lou Records, Cuff Recording and Sony to name a few.
His infectious drums, dirty basslines and pop influenced vocal lines have marked him out as one to keep an eye on in the music scene.