|Date:||August 17, 2018|
|Address:||5 Hood Street Hamilton|
Ft: MC Rolex
Friday 17th August at Static 🔥🔥🔥
MASSIVE Night Incoming with an International #DNB legend 🔥🔥🔥
Theres only 10 x Earlybirds at $10 so get in quick!!
productions were of such quality that they caught the attention of none other than the legendary LTJ Bukem, who went on to sign Makoto to his seminal Good Looking Records imprint in 1999.
Since then Makoto has become one of the most highly respected producers and DJs in D&B, pushing his unique blend of fast breaks and soul-drenched music to every corner of the globe. His discography includes 2 LPs, Live DJ Mix, a large number of EPs and numerous tracks featured on the world famous “Earth” and “Progression Sessions” compilation albums. Some of his most notable releases include his debut album “Human Elements”, which was released in 2003 and was widely praised for bringing the feeling of 70s soul music into the 21st century, and “Progression Sessions: Japan Live 2003”, which introduced his dynamic musical partnership with talented female vocalist Deeizm to the world. He achieved acclaim with his powerful MC Conrad collaboration, “Golden Girl”, played by DJs across the many sub-genres of drum and bass and becoming a certified genre anthem all over the world.
Following a slightly different direction, Makoto began to release music for other labels such as DJ Zinc’s Bingo Beats, London Elektricity’s Hospital Records, Fabio’sCreative Source and of course, DJ Marky’sInnerground Records. His musical connection with Marky runs deep, and was solidified with his very own mix cd released on Marky’s label in 2009 titled “DJ Marky & Friends presents Makoto”. The pair went gone on to collaborate and release a whole series of tracks together.
Alongside this hefty release schedule and tours across Asia, Europe, UK and USA, Makoto runs his own label – HE:Digital – releasing the compilation album “HE:Possibilities” in 2010 to draw attention to up and coming producers from Japan. More recently Makoto released the charity compilation album “Something We Can Do” where all profits were donated to the Red Cross in Japan to help the victims of the tragic tsunami and earthquake which struck the country.