LAMBO (aka John Lambert)
Winnipeg-based producer, DJ, and club owner. Along with holding down residencies at a number of Winnipeg’s best dance parties, LAMBO has been turning out red-hot originals and bass-heavy remixes that have been played by Diplo, Grandtheft, TWRK, and Smalltown DJs. LAMBO has also done exclusive DJ mixes for BBC Radio 1, Thump, and Winnipeg’s Phase One Radio.
With a sound that is “firmly rooted in Detroit sound, but holds the mark of the Canadian landscape" (Faze Magazine), John Norman's signature blend of techno and is one that is turning heads around the globe.Whether through his live performances, original tracks, or remixes, his obsession with sound can be heard loud and clear. John has established himself as one of the new and exciting voices in the techno world with his rhythm driven yet melodic productions, having caught the ear of techno luminaries such as Kevin Saunderson, Adam Beyer, Richie Hawtin, and Carl Cox. 2014 saw John’s first release for Saunderson’s legendary KMS Records, and he has since released several successful originals and remixes for the label, including Resonance which was a part of the highly anticipated Space Ibiza 25th Anniversary compilation. Now at the helm of his own imprint, UNT Records, he continues to push for unique and distinctive high-quality sounds with a focus on the dance floor.
Andrew Ryce is the North American Editor at Resident Advisor, the world's biggest electronic music magazine, where he has worked for three years. His writing, specializing in dance music, has also appeared in Pitchfork, FACT Magazine, XLR8R and other publications. He lives in Vancouver.
Click HERE to register online for Feedback Loop
Have a track that has been rocking your home studio and want to take the next step with it? Manitoba Music, MEMETIC, and John Norman have joined forced to bring a new addition to the 2015 MEME Festival… Feedback Loop. The workshop and listening session gives producers the opportunity to have their tracks critiqued by a panel of three industry professionals. Participating tracks will be played and discussed from a production standpoint, and participants will receive constructive feedback from the panel offering their perspective. Participants will listen to new music alongside the experts, learn what they listen for when hearing new demos, and be part of the discussion about what makes a strong first impression and why. This is a chance for artists to meet and discuss their work with fellow producers, while getting personal feedback from a distinguished panel from both a craft and business point of view.
Electronic and hip hop producers of all levels are welcome. It is not necessary to bring a song to attend and hear what the panelists have to say.
Tracks submissions for Feedback Loop can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. MP3s, Soundcloud links (private or public), or direct downloads will be accepted.
For more info, please contact:
Anthony Augustine, Industry Development Manager