HDNSM #14: Ceri

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Ceri is a London born DJ, who’s signature sound is a blend of all things house and techno, she has been making her mark recently on the UK scene. Holding her ground and keeping the floor just where it wants to be, in all situations; from deep house and dark and dubby tech, to main room underground house, tech-house and techno. As a young teenager she used to sneak off to clubs like fabric, The End (RIP) and the Camden Palais in London, feeling most at home in the middle of the dancefloor. Later, whilst at university in Southampton, she was further immersed in the electronic music scene at the time, never missing the infamous high tide boat parties or legendary nights at the (sadly now closed) Rhino club. Her last day in Southampton was the same day she flew to Ibiza to live for the summer, following the source of so much of the music she loved. By this point she didn’t just love dance music, she was obsessed by it and her love of music became her life.Now over ten years on from her first taste of clubland, she has played for some of the UK’s biggest and best clubs such as; Ministry of Sound, Cargo, Cable, Brixton Academy, Pacha, and Egg, for nights like Jaded, Rhythmatic, Zombies and Get Diverted, as well as appearing at smaller nights at underground venues in London and across the UK. She also runs a successful fundraising club night ‘Rave to Save’, which has raised nearly £10,000 for different charities over the past three years, with even bigger and better things planned for future events, to raise more money and awareness for the charities and prove charity work can be fun! The next natural step for her musically was production, so she locked herself away in the studio to work on her debut ep and various remixes to be released very soon.
RA DJ Page / residentadvisor.net/dj/ceri
Twitter / twitter.com/CrazyCeri
Soundcloud / soundcloud.com/ceri
Facebook / facebook.com/cerimusic
http://www.beatport.com/track/would-you-original-mix/3572757

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