Friday, June 15, 2012

People Must Jam presents Leo Zero (Popular People's Front/A Mountain of One/Leo Trax - UK) Saturday 25th August 2012

After our roadblocked June party with Frank Booker, People Must Jam proudly bring you Leo Zero from the UK, in his debut and only Australian show.

Leo has been involved with the underground music scene for almost 20 years, and as co promoter of London’s legendary Soulsonic treated a clued up crowd to an eclectic mix of Balearic / House and Disco classics for over ten successful years.

He’s also been no slouch in the studio either, with big remixes for Florence & The Machine, Bryan Ferry, Paul Welller and last but not least Madonna. He also founded one of the first UK edit labels Easter Bay, which counted DJ Harvey and Idjut Boys as fans.

As a producer he formed psychedelic band A Mountain of One in 2007, and he’s also recorded several EPs with Chris Duckenfield as Popular People's Front.

In 2010 he released the compilation, ‘Disconnect’ on Strut Records and in 2012 released his first artist album ‘Acid Life’, which saw Leo go back to his House and Techno roots to rave reviews.

Leo’s talent hasn’t ever been confined to music either. He’s been involved in flyer/sleeve art for most of his life and provided designs for Junior Boys Own, Heavenly Records, Electric Stew, Dazed & Confused and Time Out, you can check out his great designs and more over at

Expect an extended, eclectic set from Leo, with support from residents Pete Dot, Matt Trousdale and JMS.

Again this event will be held in a great warehouse space, with full facilities provided to keep your drinks chilled on the night so remember to BYO.  This is Leo’s only Oz show this tour, so don't miss out.

Tickets are $20 and are available now via, or $30 on the door. As our past parties have sold out, we would recommend grabbing one whilst you can.

Final venue details will be emailed to ticket holders and our mailing list the week of the party.

To get added to the list drop us a line to and we will keep you in the loop.

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