Detroit – born, raised and residing in – that’s the first, the second and the last thing you need to know about Rick Wilhite. Although he may not be as talked about as his Detroit peers and fellow 3 Chairs collaborators Kenny Dixon Jr. (aka Moodymann) and Theo Parrish, there’s no doubting Rick “The Godson” Wilhite’s position as one of the central characters in the city’s house music heritage. Influenced by Detroit’s legendary pool of musicians he entered production studios at the early age of eleven and since then he has dedicated his life to the music industry.
And we’re got some very epic supports for Rick…
Frank Booker has quietly built a worldwide reputation for incredible edits and amazing DJ sets. His work for labels like Wonderful Noise, Sleazy Beats and Disco Deviance sells out on vinyl instantly and he has recently launched his own vinyl only imprint, Down in the Basement. First signed to boutique London record label, Untracked Recordings in 2009, the Auckland based DJ and producer released two EP’s followed by a 2011 release for Wonderful Noise all of which become instant bestsellers & bombs for discerning dancefloors worldwide.
The Posse are a new face to many people but they are a collection of some of Australia’s most talented electronic music veterans. The five piece established themselves quickly in the Sydney electronic music scene supporting NO ZU on their Afterlife tour and also scoring a Vivid residency at Cakes Wines Cellar Door.
The man requires no legenthy paragraph, it’s Simon Fuckin’ Caldwell!