Exposure

Award: Do it Differently Fund

Year: 2019

Genre: Dance/Electronic

Location: South West

Website: www.facebook.com/exposurednb

Founder and manager of A R Records, Bristol based Exposure is a producer and DJ with formidable talent and a thirst for all things Drum and Bass. 

Fresh off the back of a tour of China, summer 2019 is shaping up to be a busy one with 8 more festivals including Boomtown, El Dorado, Shambala and Illusive. 

‘The label is an opportunity to spread the message of Drum and Bass globally, as well as being a collaborative enterprise of like minded individuals with similar goals and ambitions.’ 

Exposure’s journey has already taken him far. He’s played at renowned club nights like Nottingham’s famous Detonate as well as a whole host of other events and festivals. In Brisbane, under his ‘Rescued’ club brand, Exposure was host to some of the scene’s biggest DJs and MCs including Andy C & MC GQ, Friction & SP:MC, Marky, Fierce and State of Mind, to name but a few. 

Exposure DJ sets are full of energy and span the full spectrum of Drum and Bass. With fast lightning and varied mixing, he drops fresh unheard dubplates to classics that you haven’t heard for years. Exposure takes his name from his style of seamlessly blending between the hard and the dark, through to the soft and light, taking you on a journey through everything in between. 

Having immersed himself in the world of music technology and dedicating endless hours in the studio, Exposure’s tunes have gone from strength to strength and a unique sound is now developing with releases ‘Delicate Lives’ feat Sula Mae, ‘Sacrifice’ and ‘Regrets’ feat Mark Douglas receiving critical acclaim with support from Beats 1 radio, Skankandbass and several of the scenes top DJs. A remix of The Inexplicables ‘Knightly’ featured on their ‘Propaganda remixed’ album in 2017. ‘Gone Cold’ came out on Addictive Behaviour at the end of 2018 and a forthcoming jungle remix for Born On Road demonstrates versatility in his productions.

The formula of crafting opposing feelings in his DJ sets – the contrast between light and dark – can be heard

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