Psychedelic DiscoTech are delighted to welcome back Steve Cobby for what has come to be known as Cobtober in these parts. Those of you who have seen Steve before know that the Carlton Club Is a special place for Steve and he is a special artist for us
If you don't know, Steve is the musical force behind the successful Hull City of Culture bid. He has put on a program of quality acts as part of his own City Of Vultures respose.
His has been a life in music most famously as the co-founder of Fila Brazillia with David McSherry in 1990. Together they released ten critically acclaimed LPs and produced over 70 remixes for artists as diverse as Radiohead, Busta Rhymes, Black Uhuru, Simple Minds, James, A Certain Ratio, Moloko and U2.
He formed Pork Recordings with David Brennand in 1990 then 23 Records in '99 with Sim Lister and David McSherry and finally Steel Tiger Records in 2006 with Lister. His other writing and production collaborations include Heights of Abraham; J*S*T*A*R*S and The Cutler.
He's released two solo LPs as The Solid Doctor: How About Some Ether and Beats Means Highs. Most recently last year he released the acclaimed Everliving under his own name on his own imprint Déclassé.
Fabric nightclub played host to many Cobby DJ sets and this was rewarded with an appearance on Fabric 18 alongside fellow Hull alumni Bobby Beige and Bliss.
Cobby has DJ'd in many places around the world including Croatia, Sydney, San Francisco, New York and Tokyo. He has performed live in Europe, Japan and the United States.
We welcome Steve back to his North West home. The wonky beautiful, drinks on the steps, friendly, mellow but massively up for it, Carlton Club.