Little Boots and Tottie Moore w/guest Bill Brewster – A Little Moore
Friday, June 15 2018
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
A Little Moore is made up of British DJs Victoria aka Little Boots and Lottie Moore. Following a decade in London and Barcelona respectively, torn apart by Brexit the pair decided to relocate to sunny Los Angeles and seek their fortune. As Little Boots, Victoria has released 3 critically acclaimed albums and toured the world both as a live act and a DJ, performing everywhere from Coachella to Ibiza. She is also a Grammy nominated songwriter and runs the alternative pop label On Repeat Records. Lottie, better known behind the decks as Tottie, co-founded the highly successful Track Family weekly radio show on Barcelona City FM, and has spent the last 6 years DJing Barcelona’s hippest parties and events. She recently created a special show for Sonar Festival focusing on pioneering female creative talent, a theme both are passionate about. Together, the pair’s musical taste is upbeat and eclectic, and their sense of fun is infectious. Expect a selection of disco, house and balearic beats from both across the pond and closer to their new home, plus exclusive tracks and mixes from friends, some very special guests and tip top chat. Tune in to get your Friday night started and follow the girls’ journey as they navigate life in LA and everything that comes with it.
Whether he’s taking the roof off a club with his unique selection of deep and tough house music, enchanting a backroom with a genre-bending set of disco, Balearic, rock and hip hop or playing chillout music by a pool in Ibiza, Bill Brewster is the man for all occasions.
In a former life, Bill was a punk rocker, a chef and also the co-editor of football magazine When Saturday Comes but has been a record nerd all of his life. He began DJing in the 1980s, but came into his own in the early 1990s, particularly during a two-year stint in New York running DMC’s office, where nights at the Sound Factory and hanging out with Danny Tenaglia gave him the musical grounding you can still hear in his music today. Bill was also one of the founding residents at Fabric in London, a position he held for five years. There are few still playing regularly today that have his dedication, eclecticism and encyclopaedic knowledge of music.
His parallel life is as a writer and with his long-term partner-in-crime Frank Broughton they have written four books together, including the acclaimed Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, How To DJ (Properly) and their most recent, The Record Players. The pair were also behind the legendary money-drain DJhistory.com and their party Low Life which ran for 20 years from 1995. They now spend most of their time on a yacht moored in the Manchester Shipping Canal.
He has been working in the industry’s fringes for over 36 years including the running of various labels from Twisted UK and Forensic in the ’90s to Disco Sucks and Anorak. Occasionally Bill finds time to secrete himself away in a studio to make music or cook up edits. In September 2017, he released the critically-acclaimed triple-CD Tribal Rites.