February 16, 2001 10:03

TOO MANY DJS?

Brothers Stephen and David Dewaele take to the decks at The Monarch in Camden...

TOO MANY DJS?
SOULWAX are to perform a low-key midnight DJ set after winding up their sold-out UK tour at LONDON ASTORIA tonight (February 16).

Brothers Stephen and David Dewaele from the band, who DJ regularly in Amsterdam, Los Angeles, New York and their native Belgium, will perform a set at Club Sputnik at the Monarch in Camden.

They also have a DJ slot lined up at Arthur Baker's Elbow Room club in Islington on Sunday (February 18), before heading back to Belgium to begin work on their next album.

A spokesperson for the band said that they hoped to have the album, the follow-up to 'Much Against Everyone's Advice', written by the summer and were anticipating a live return to the UK for festival appearances. A single is expected towards the end of the summer.

In the meantime, they re-release the track 'Conversation Intercom' on Monday (February 19).

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