Continuing on an upward trajectory, The White Owl first emerged from South London’s club scene – with him performing at many of the capitals leading venues, including The End, Mass & the legendary Fabric. Festival appearances followed at The Big Chill, Fierce & Mini United’s 50th Anniversary at Silverstone Racetrack – with performances alongside the likes of Calvin Harris, Rob Da Bank & Coldcut – along with the late Andy Weatherall.
Also notching up an array of international bookings, which included a five-year residency at Thailand’s Lebua at The State Tower – The White Owl has performed in more than fifteen countries, including Dubai, Russia, South Africa, Hong Kong & China.
Fast forward to the present & with his ‘Mercury Retrograde’ LP out now, the album traverses across an array of soundscapes – with ‘Feel Love In The Music’ setting out the album’s musical agenda in a fitting fashion.
Stay tuned, as ‘Feel Love In The Music’ touches down globally.