29 Saturday 29th February


Architecture Foundation

136-148 Tooley St, London, SE1 2TU

Price: Standard: GBP 9.21
Time: 22:00 to 03:00

The African inspired house music scene has seen phenomenal growth in the last few years led by the likes of Black Coffee, Djeff, Boddhi Satva Official Enoo Napa, DJ Merlon, Shimza, Hyenah and more ..

With SonicTone we celebrate the global sound that is Afro house and return to Manchester with a singer songwriter/producer/ DJ that has been delivering her own style of House music strongly influenced by the new sounds coming from South Africa. Her music is supported by a veritable whoswho of House music: Black Coffee, Ame, Roger Sanchez, Joseph Capriati, Hector Romero, Enoo Napa, Sobek, Robert Owens, Da capo, Louie Vega...

Hanna Hais
Raised on a diet of American Soul classics, Hanna Hais has been singing since her early childhood. In 2005 Hanna Hais released her first album 'Rosanova', which included tracks produced by Matthias Heilbronn, Sergio Flores, Ralf Gum, Mikael Delta, and Larry Heard. Following its release in Europe, the album was released all over Asia (Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, India) and in the USA. "Rosanova" reached #2 in the dance charts in Japan, and Hanna toured extensively in the Far East during the summer of 2006 to promote her album. The single 'Rosa Nova' was picked up by Defected and her follow-up single 'Jazz Samba', with an amazing Ian Carey remix, went straight to #1 on Traxsource. Following 'Rosa Nova', Defected released another single 'Ta Reine', which was remixed by Jamie Lewis and DJ Pierre. Again it went straight to #1 on Traxsource. Hanna Hais' tracks have been included on some of the most important and best-selling compilations in recent years including 'Defected Ibiza In The House', 'Defected Miami In The House', 'Masters At Work', 'Hed Kandi', 'Buzzin Fly', 'Ultra' and 'Cirque du Soleil'. In 2009 Hanna Hais released her second album 'Love Paradise'. Recorded in France, Switzerland, Brazil, Spain, Germany and Italy, it was produced by Jamie Lewis, Ian Carey, Ralf Gum, DJ Meme, Dutty Boyz and Alfred Azzetto. This album was more dancefloor oriented than 'Rosanova'.



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