London DJ and Producer Ceri’s earliest experience of electronic music was as a fledgling teenager, sneaking out to London clubs like Fabric and The End. Now ten years on from her first taste of clubland, Ceri has played for some of the UK’s biggest and best clubs including Sankeys, The Tunnels, Cargo, Cable, Brixton Academy, Egg and Ministry of Sound.
Regular appearances across the UK at some of the most musically respected nights such as Jaded, Heroes, Zombies and Get Diverted lead to her being asked to be a resident for London Warehouse, basement and ‘secret’ afterparty kings Rhythmatic, as well as Vague and UN:Rated.
Ceri also started producing her own music in 2011, in no time, releasing her first remix on 3am Recordings. Rob Mello, Yaya, Terry Francis, and Dirt Crew – to name a few – supported her debut solo release, the three track 'Something's Cooking' EP, released on Midnight Social Recordings early in 2012. Her second and third 3am releases, the ‘Would You…?’ EP and her remix of Carlo Gambino and Al Bradley’s ‘Automatik’ also had amazing support.
After her first two EP’s were such a success, labels including Click Therapy, Suruba and Wiggle approached Ceri to work with them. It was her remix of Lee Guthrie's 'Attention', released on Wiggle in September 2012, that really got Ceri noticed as a producer though, as it was supported some of the biggest names in the business, appearing regularly in the sets of everyone from Jamie Jones to Richie Hawtin. Not bad for the third remix she released.
Keep a close eye on this London lady as you can bet that big things lie afoot, she has labels approaching her left right and centre and is currently working on more remixes and original tracks for some very big names such as her remix of Miguel Campbell for Hot Creations, as well as involvement with the launch of the Rhythmatic label in 2013.
Never complacent, Ceri also runs a successful annual fundraising club night called 'Rave to Save'. Showcasing guests like Matt Tolfrey, Subb-an, and Rocky from X-Press2 – all of whom have helped her raise nearly £10,000 for The Children’s Trust, The Prostate Cancer Charity and Children with Leukaemia (now Children with Cancer).
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