Following a sold out spring and summer tour Soulwax today announce more headline shows to extend their run of dates this December. The shows will kick off at one of London’s most iconic venues: The Roundhouse; followed by performances in Manchester, Paris, Utrecht and Belgium. The band’s universally renowned live show has a specially designed stage set and seven touring members, including original band member Stefaan Van Leuven on bass guitar and synth; three drummers - Victoria Smith (Jamie T), Iggor Cavalera (Sepultura, MIXHELL) and Blake Davies (Turbowolf); and, Laima Leyton (MIXHELL) on synth and backing vocals.
This will round off a huge campaign for Soulwax, having already blown away fans at UK and international festivals, including Meltdown, Sonar, Electric Picnic, Rock Werchter, Lost Village, Latitude, Melt, Montreux, Down The Rabbit Hole, Best Kept Secret, Benicassim, Bilbao BBK, Rock en Seine, and Alive.
Alongside the tour, the Dewaele brothers release their new single ‘Is It Always Binary’, lifted from studio album FROM DEEWEE - recorded in one take at their DEEWEE studio in Ghent, Belgium earlier this year.
Since the creation of Soulwax in 1995, David and Stephen Dewaele have consistently pushed the boundaries into new and innovative territory. In addition to Soulwax, the brothers continue to tour the globe at 2manydjs, have the DEEWEE record label and studio, Radio Soulwax - a visual radio station and app, the Despacio project with James Murphy and their 2 x 2 radio show on Beats 1. Not to mention producing some of the most cutting edge remixes we’ve seen in recent times for the likes of Warpaint, Tame Impala, Metronomy, Arcade Fire, Daft Punk, Gossip, Hot Chip, MGMT, and many more.