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House scene and DJ duo Tough Love for town club gig.

Byline: Samantha Robinson Online Content Writer

TOUGH Love are coming to Huddersfield for a one-off student event at Tokyo.

The house DJs are part of the Ministry of Sound Society tour and are gearing up for a headline set at the Queen Street club tomorrow.

The Society Tour kicked off last week in Reading with Toddla T. The tour will visit Huddersfield tomorrow before ending on November 5 in Southhampton with Toddla T and Zed Bias.

Tough Love duo Alex Unwin and Stef O'Brien are London producers who sample r&b, 90s dance and garage for innovative remixes.

The pair has also had two top 40 hits with their own original tracks this year, So Freakin' Tight and Pony, which charted at number 11 and number 39 respectively.

Stef said fans can expect 'big, funky house music' from their Huddersfield show.

He said: "We're bringing a lot of fun and a lot of energy.

"We do a lot of remixes, we never know what we're going to play next and we just get down and have as much fun as possible."

Alex said: "We've been together for five years now, we're really passionate about a lot of r&b, big house records. Now we make original records based on an r&b style, that's how we work."

The duo are currently working with Sony Colombia to help promote new artists they work with as well as their own music.

They enjoyed a residency at the Red Light Sankeys Ibiza, and have plans to tour the UK and Ireland in 2016. Their new single What You Need Is Me is out now.

Ministry of Sound started out as a nightclub in London, but has since diversified into a multimedia entertainment business.

In addition to the nightclub, it is an independent record label and worldwide events brand with a radio station and other media outlets.

Tough Love play Tokyo from 11am-3pm.

Tickets cost from PS5-PS10. To book, visit ministry-of-sounds-society-presents-tough-love.


Ministry of Sound presents Tough Love duo Alex Unwin and Stef O'Brien at Tokyo in |Huddersfield tomorrow

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Nov 2, 2015
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