The Loops of Fury tickets
The Loops Of Fury are two Australian boys living in London, living up to their name by making big rave tracks and feeding them to the party till sweat rains down from the ceiling. Their list of supporters is impressive, getting regular play from tastemakers like 2ManyDJs, Amand Van Helden, Erol Alkan, Moby, Tiesto, The Bloody Beetroots and Annie Mac. But why stop there? The Loops have their eye on world domination.
“Hello my name is David, i DJ with my brother under the moniker of 2ManyDJs. We’d like to play ‘I Need’ by the Loops of Fury tonight in Ibiza. We don’t own this piece of music because it isn’t out yet. Can we have it please?” [2ManyDJs / Soulwax]
Their debut single “Flick A Switch” hit the Top 3 on Beatport and spent no less than three months in the Top 100, leading to a succession of shows across their native Australia leaving moshpits quaking and foundations shaken. Not ones to pause for breath, the boys followed up with a series of high quality releases including 2010s defining single “Rack Em” as well as the summer anthem of 2011 “I Need” which lived on in the Beatport top 10 for over a month and spent so long in the top 100 we lost count! Remixes are a specialty, and the list of those who’ve received the Loops treatment includes Moby, Steve Aoki, Sound Of Stereo and French popstars SomethingALaMode all of which have a string of supporters as long as a phonebook. Their latest remix of Elite Force’s ”Be Strong” hit #7 on Beatport and is still sitting pretty in the top 100 having been out for nearly 3 months!
“They literally just blew the jam off my toast. Magic. 5/5” [i-DJ Magazine]
With a string of massive new tracks set to drop throughout the rest of the year, a collab with Moby and a new remix on its way for Swedish Pop Stars Rebecca & Fiona the only way is up.
Their as yet untitled mix comp will be released July 2012, then after that the guys will be getting into album mode in their studio. Now residing in London, The Loops Of Fury have been playing to ravenous clubs and jam packed festivals in Europe and recently finished a whirlwind tour of Australia and Asia, cementing themselves as a must see in the minds of party goers worldwide. The time of the Fury is apon us!