SIGMA RETURN TO HEADLINE SATURDAY SESSIONS
Sigma, the chart-topping drum & bass producers, return to Ministry of Sound on Saturday September 13th 2014, the day before the release of their new single ‘Changing’ featuring Paloma Faith. Support comes from Kove and Zane Lowe.
Ministry of Sound continues to mix up the beats on Saturday Sessions by inviting back Sigma to provide a bass-friendly main room session on Saturday 13th September, following the success of their June date at the club. They will be backed up by Kove and BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe.
Leeds University alumni, Sigma aka Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie, recently took their Kanye West-inspired ‘Nobody To Love’ to No.1 in 8 countries amassing 30 million YouTube views and 40 million worldwide streams. The crossover success followed popular releases on Hospital Recordings, Viper, Bingo and DJ Fresh’s Kaos as well as their own Life Recordings.
Their follow-up single ‘Changing’ features Paloma Faith and is set for release the day after their Ministry show, having been premiered on Radio 1 courtesy of Annie Mac (Special Delivery) in July. The DJ/producers have been busy in the recording studio, remixing the likes of Kiesza, Route 94, Clean Bandit, DJ Fresh, DJ Zinc and finishing their own artist album in between a packed summer schedule including shows at Glastonbury, Global Gathering, Ibiza Rocks and Bestival.
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