Social presents Resonate featuring Bondax
DJ Night .
Also with Rafiki & Dreamstates.
For more details contact 02265110361.
Barely two years ago, Bondax were trapped in limbo. Adam Kaye and George Townsend had shot from schoolmates to a worldwide touring act soon after signing their first record deal aged 17. Early singles ‘Gold’, ‘All I See’ and ‘Giving It All’ brought them radio hits, festival slots and tours in the UK and around the world. But soon after, they hit a hurdle. Locked into a major label deal, their heads buzzing with ideas they couldn’t bring to life, Bondax had thoughts of change, and even packing it all in, after too many nights on tour and half a lifetime of living in each other’s pockets.
Instead, they took a leap of faith and started all over again – and the result is Revolve, a radical makeover and a glittering calling card for two young producers who’ve truly hit their stride. Ambitious, eclectic and irresistibly tuneful, their debut album is a heartfelt homage to the music that made them and the world they’ve discovered since their breakout success.
When Bondax broke through five years ago, their sun-drenched dance-pop was the perfect platform for collaborators like Tanya Lacey, Joe Janiak and Karma Kid, and that breezy sound was captured at its peak on the duo’s 25-track mix album, Bondax & Friends – but Adam and George knew they had much more in their arsenal than sleek radio hits. And when you’ve spent almost every day together for three years, “you’ve got to work that shit out like a marriage,” laughs Adam. “There was a period of time where we didn't actually enjoy DJing at all,” remembers George. “But we decided to stick it through – ‘we felt we had some unfinished business & many ideas than hadn't be realised.”