Book Close
Close Close
I'd like to book a
Join QT Club


By Benjamen Judd

Some of us were in London recently doing, oh you know, London things. Like drinking loads of luke-warm lagers, maxing out our credit cards in Dover Street Market, and drinking average coffee in Brick Lane.

We also took some time out to go and get some Julio Bashmore into our ears. And we are pretty peachy keen about the fact that he has confirmed a night at the notoriously good Oxford Art Factory up on Oxford Street.

In the past couple of years, Bashmore has been graciously asked to appear on a number of labels, delivering them all club classics like ‘Battle For Middle You’ (PMR), ‘Batty Knee Dance’ (3024), ‘Um Bongo’s Revenge’ (Dirtybird) as well as remixes for Bobby Womack, Mosca, Buraka Som Sistema, Zero7, Classix, Claude Vonstroke and more.

Back in the UK, Bashmore is also the host of BBC Radio 1’s In New DJs We Trust and has become one of the most in-demand DJs in the world, with his events often selling out weeks in advance in his home country and abroad. If you’re not familiar with Bashmore by name, you’re definitely familiar with his music. His recent single ‘Au Seve’ was flogged something like a dozen times at Field Day and was awarded the #6 best track of 2012 by the notoriously difficult, Resident Advisor. Since releasing ‘Au Seve’, Bashmore has contributed production to some of the best tracks on Jessie Ware’s Mercury Prize nominated album ‘Devotion’ and he’s also dropped the hypnotic single ‘Husk’ on his own Broadwalk record label.

Julio Bashmore will be performing at the Oxford Art Factory on Sunday, 17th March. For more information and to buy tickets to listen to some awesomeness for yourself, head to the website here.

QT Social

Feeling a little social? Follow QT Follow QT
Powered by PGR

We hate to play favourites, but some of our guests are lavished with even more special attention than usual. Want to know what you’re missing out on?

Join The QT Club right now – we’ll keep it just between us.

Enter your details