Love’s coming at ya presents – a FREE PARTY with Natasha Kitty Katt.
Natasha has been lighting up dancefloors across the globe with her eclectic brand of underground disco. With releases on Tribe, Ghetto Disco, Masterworks Music, Hot Digits, Midnight Riot, she has entrenched herself in the top tier modern disco.
Born and raised in Edinburgh into a soul music obsessed family, Natasha Kitty Katt was introduced to rare Soul, Funk, Boogie and Rare Disco from a young age. Some of her earliest musical influences would probably be classed as Northern or Modern Soul.
SIGNED TO SOUL HEAVEN AGENCY, NATASHA IS A RESIDENT AT:
Southport Weekender / Festival, UK
Suncebeat Festival, Croatia
Glitterbox / Ministry of Sound
Liverpool Disco Festival, UK
Ocean Beach, Ibiza
Since October 2012, Natasha Kitty Katt has been busy spinning her eclectic blend of soul and disco centric music at clubs and festivals including: Southport Weekender 52, Southport Weekender Outdoor Festival, Suncebeat (6-8) / (Croatia), Defected / Ministry of Sound (London), Liverpool Disco Festival (1-3), PAT, Amaya (New York), Sunstroke 360 (Dubai), Soul Heaven Ocean Beach (Ibiza), Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Do You Wanna Boogie? (Miami WMC/Philadelphia), Mousai, Brewery Town Beats (Philadelphia) Bolsoul (Croatia), Soulful House Collective, Soul You Need, Winter Music Festival – (Germany), T in the Park and EH1 Festival (Scotland), South London Soul Train, Move, Oval Space and Ace Hotel (London), Boogie Café – Love Inn (Bristol), Louie Vega Flashback Party – Constellations – (Liverpool), Sub-Club, Fabric and La Cheetah (Glasgow), The Hoochie Coochie Club (Newcastle), Milk (Reading), Bla (Oslo, Norway), Sneaky Pete’s, Cabaret Voltaire, 99 Hanover Street, Sky Bar (Edinburgh)
She has had had the privilege of spinning alongside the likes of Louie Vega (Masters At Work), Joey Negro, Danny Krivit, Rahaan, Osunlade, Sadar Bahar, Terry Hunter, Mike Dunn, Rich Medina, Groove Assassin, Sean McCabe, Fingerman, Ronnie Herel, Mad Mats, Opolopo, DJ Spen, Victor Rosado, Paul Trouble Anderson, Victor Simonelli, Al Kent and Reverend P.
FREE PARTY – FREE LOVE