Glastonbury, Glade Festival and Electric Picnic all felt the power of ‘Doom during 2009, with headline slots on Arcadia Spectacular’s phenomenal After Burner rig. These three gigs alone saw them perform to in excess of eight thousand people. Add to this a steady stream of club gigs in the UK and Europe, headlining The Greatest Show On Earth on New Years Eve in Bristol all backed up with a release schedule of gargantuan proportions and the stage is set for 2010 to be the Year of Doom.
‘I can’t live without playing ‘The Click’ (Etienne De Crecy)
Three seminal EPs - The Click (Passenger Records) Warpig (Coco Machete) and In Effect (Gung Ho!) - the latter going straight in at no. 5 in the DMC Buzz Chart - have drawn enthusiastic support from a mixed bag of DJs such as AutoKratz, Etienne De Crecy, Alex Metric, DJ Zinc, Doorly, Fake Blood, Mason, Rex The Dog through to Pete Tong, Groove Armada, Axwell, The Crystal Method and many more.
‘Been playing Warpig all summer... it’s great’ (Fake Blood)
On the remix front, the duo have been busy tearing apart artists like Diddy (Interscope), Crookers, (Southern Fried) James Yuill (Moshi Moshi), Kele (Witchita) Silver Columns (Moshi Moshi), David E Sugar (Sunday Best) Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, Etienne De Crecy (Pixadelic), Swen Webber (Taste/d) and many more. Their recent remix of Buckfunk 3000’s classic High Volume (Future Perfect) drew support on UK national radio support on Radio 1 from Toddla T and Annie Nightingale whilst their rework of early 90’s rave classic ‘Close Your Eyes’ by Acen has one support from Kissy Sell Out, Toddla, Fatboy Slim and many more.
‘Hot, Hot, Hot’ (Pete Tong)
Gig-wise, 2010 has already seen them smash peak time Springten Festival (Austria), Glastonbury Festival, Razzmatazz (Barcelona) Progress (Czech Republic) and with plenty more dates and a new single on the horizon for release on Gung-Ho! Watch out for Disco Of Doom tearing up a dance floor near you soon.