Steve Lawler   will play at Bloc Barcelona on june 2014.

Steve Lawler

Steve Lawler originally gained interest in the music scene around the age of 16, listening to pirate radio stations. Beginning at age 17, Lawler staged a series of illegal parties in a tunnel under the M42 motorway from 1990 to 1994.  After several parties, the event began to regularly attract over 500 people and eventually earned Lawler appearances at proper clubs.

Lawler’s «big break» came in 1995, when DJ Jason Bye asked him to play daily at Ibiza’s reputed Café Mambo of San Antonio «Sunset strip» fame. Here, he met Darren Hughes of the nightclub Cream, who signed him to a residency at Cream. In 2000, Steve started his new residency for Darren Hughes, at the infamous Club Home, where Steve Lawler held his own Friday nights Deep South which he ran for 1 year only. He also released the single «Rise In» on Bedrock Records, which featured vocals from the Reef song Mellow (and previously remixed by Prince Quick) and reached #50 on the UK Singles Chart and #15 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music/Club Play. This same year, he was asked by Boxed to mix the third entry in their Nubreed series, Nubreed 003. After his Nubreed release, Lawler approached Boxed with the idea for the Lights Out series. In 2001 Lawler started a night in his hometown Birmingham called the Midweek Session, this was run for 12 parties only, running monthly on a Thursday night. Lawler returned to London in 2002 with the beginning of his «Harlem Nights» event at The End, which has since been changed to «Viva» to reflect Lawler’s label VIVa MUSiC. Lawler founded the digital record label Viva Music in 2005, citing as a reaction to the increased sales in MP3s relative to vinyl and CDs. Lawler himself stopped using vinyl in live sets, exclusively using Serato/CDs. Lawler’s wife Daniela appeared as a contestant on Come Dine With Me on Channel 4 between 22 and 26 November 2010. The british house music producer and DJ  will play at Bloc Barcelona on june 2014. Buy your tickets here!