Birmingham DJ and producer Subb-an has recently played a number of live shows, citing the opportunity to explore a different way of delivering music, both for himself and the dance floor. “For the dance floor I feel you can bring different versions of tracks people have supported and know you as an artist for. As a performer you can live jam with old and new material, test new bits and pieces and really experiment, which is exciting.”
It’s this excitement that the performers, and we as an audience, equally thrive off. It’s the symbiotic relationship between the performers and the audience, the back and forth exchange of musical thrills, which form the fundamental foundations of the process. The artist thrives on creating the music and making us dance. We get excitement from hearing their creative process and subsequently express our appreciation and enjoyment through dancing.