Highly sought-after London outfit, Ivy Lab, collided together in the late 2000’s out of a shared enthusiasm for experimentation in the UK bass music scene. Since their first smash release in 2012, the duo has marked their territory where leftfield bass and halftime meet hip-hop – a neighbourhood characterised by transatlantic fusions channeling the best of both Los Angeles and London.
Gove Kidao and J Fogel take their stance in the scene with the utmost significance. Their ability to not only showcase their own uniqueness in the UK and the states, but to also shed light on other artists in their corner of bass music is reputable. Their label, Twenty Twenty London, is a forever evolving experiment in cross-pollinating the genres they adore most. With no hesitation, Ivy Lab simply puts on others who they believe in.
Curating sets filled with classic beats and showcasing killer gems they’ve stumbled across, to bring life to dance floors, is what Ivy Lab is all about. Their now scene staples, chanted by crowds from the UK to the states, shows the strength in their musical releases. From track collaborations with Grammy nominated artist, Flying Lotus, to touring with Grammy winning artist, Flume, the duo is pushing the boundaries of their sound to a larger audience than ever before.
Fresh off of Coachella, Red Rocks, and Fabric London, the duo is set to release their album that leads them to the largest headlining tour, consisting of both of the Ivy Lab members for the first time in their careers.