Head-honcho of Kaluki Musik, Lee Spence’s genuine passion for music has seen him grow into one of Manchester’s most in-demand tech house commodities.
Constructing a trademark sound that oozes a distinctive energy, Pirate Copy’s raw and innovative creativity sees him boast a deep, rolling tech vibe with a lavish dose of underlining groove.
Relentless in his pursuit to win over the ears of techno and house enthusiasts around the globe, this summer sees Pirate Copy land on at Privilege in Ibiza on five special Kaluki takeovers, hosting stages at such leading festivals as Parklife, Hideout and BPM Portugal.
Speaking about his Kaluki showcases at Privilege, Lee said: “Ibiza is a unique place for dance music in that it gives you the chance to play music you wouldn’t normally get to play on the usual club and festival circuit. Kaluki has got a huge summer ahead with our residency at Privilege, but it was great to play the pre-party at Savannah just after sunset and spin a few records which you wouldn’t usually expect to hear from a Pirate Copy club set.”
Here’s Pirate Copy’s groovy and emotive sunset performance at Savannah from the final week of last month.
Pirate Copy and Kaluki touch down at Privilege this coming Sunday. Pirate Copy’s latest ‘Piano Track’ EP will be available on Sola on 20th July.