September 30th, 2016

Chart topper Sigala to feature at Kasbah nightclub in April

Chart topper Sigala to feature at Kasbah nightclub in April Chart topper Sigala to feature at Kasbah nightclub in April
Updated: 10:40 am, Mar 24, 2016

FANS of Sigala will be Sweet Lovin’ Coventry when the house DJ and producer performs in one of the city’s most popular music venues on Saturday (April 9).

The British DJ, whose real name is Bruce Fielder, is best known for debut single and club stomper Easy Love – which samples ABC by the Jackson 5.

A dancefloor filler, the song rocketed to number one just a week after debuting at 71 in the charts – beating off the likes of global superstars Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato to become a popular summertime anthem for many.

Following the – almost overnight – success of Easy Love, the tropical house and electronic music producer then released euphoric single Sweet Lovin’ which featured vocals from Bryn Christopher and jumped straight to number three in the UK charts.

Say You Do is the latest track to drop from the Norwich DJ – a drum n bass cut which has seen him collaborate with dance music legend DJ Fresh and vocalist Imani, and is hotly tipped to be another chart topper.

Now Sigala is to take to the decks at popular night haunt, the Kasbah in Hillfields.

Amarjit Kullar, of the Kasbah, said the Sigala booking was a major coup for the club and city.

He said: “Tropical house is growing evermore popular in the UK at the moment with the success of a number of DJs topping the charts including Kygo and Robin Schulz – and Sigala has definitely been leading the pack.

“His track Easy Love was the soundtrack of the summer last year – way before it hit the number one spot – and we are sure his latest release will be no different.

“And with it only just having been released last week, we are sure clubbers and students will be excited to hear it played as part of his DJ set at the Kasbah.”

Sigala’s DJ set will headline the club’s weekly Tricky Disco clubnight which is 18+ only.

Admission to the event costs £6, with discounts available for University of Warwick and Coventry University student cardholders.

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