Artificial Intelligence and Lowqui treat us to an incredible set full of amazing tracks and lyrics. Be sure to check our A.I’s forthcoming album “Stand Alone” available in September, and catch Lowqui whilst on his “Continuity” tour. Recorded live at “Scribbler Drum’n’Bass” at Cafe 1001, in London’s Brick Lane on 23/04/10
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About Artificial Intelligence
Hailing from North London, Artificial Intelligence are a production duo comprising of Zula Warner and Glenn Herweijer.
As a production unit, A.I's releases are anything but predictable and they tend to reflect a variety of drum&bass styles. Over the years they have spanned the slighter darker side, with releases out on Commercial Suicide and 31 Record, as well as flirting with some other labels including Full Cycle, Goodlooking and CIA. A.I have even dabbled with commercial labels, releasing remixes of some of the biggest dance and hip hop tracks of the past few years including Kelis's Trick Me, Eric Prydz Slammin' and more recently Fat Freddys Drop Cays Crays.
Undeniably one of the busiest and most popular drum&bass talents around today, their diversity and adaptability have made them regular headliners in both Europe and beyond with their music taking them to The Ministry, End, Fabric, Swerve, Movement, Faster and Breakin' Science just to name a few.
If the last decade is anything to go by from this London pair, 2010 looks set to be their best yet, with their debut album “Stand Alone”, has got everyone in drum&bass waiting in anticipation, definitely something that only happens once in a while.
A host, a lyricist and a crowd entertainer, he brings a passion for drum n bass to the fore that is sure to electrify the dance. His love of the music always comes first and LowQui's true skill is in matching his flow to the DJ to get the vibe of the night just right. With over a decade of experience at some of the biggest club nights across the UK and beyond, it's no surprise that LowQui is Goldie's number one MC of choice. In 2008, LowQui has continued his affiliation with Metalheadz as well as featuring alongside D-Bridge for the Exit Records boss debut album tour.
This notion of balance and harmony is at the core of LowQui's style on the mic and comes from a philosophy embedded in all that he does: no wonder then that the regular London club night he helped to establish back in 2004 is named Essence of Chi.