• Josh Crowe

Do As You Please & Wilson’s Den welcome Len Lewis To Manchester This Weekend




Len Lewis (666 Recordings/SinisterTechHouse (SiTH)/SWAG Records), an artist & producer with beginnings as early as 1993, has made a comeback in recent years which has redefined and reclaimed the UK tech house sound, showing the world once again how it could and should be done. Very few artists boast a discography as consistent, innovative and timeless as Len’s - complete with accolades from the birthplace of tech house, Croydon’s Swag Records, Lewis’s style dismantles the genre’s formulaic reputation and delivers fresh genius with every performance & release. His recent and original works almost all consistently reach asking prices of £30-£180 on Discogs, showing testament of who he is and what his music stands for within the scene.

Following on from an impressive string of releases on highly reputable labels in the past couple of years, including, Real Deal Records, Discobar, Druzhba, Drifted & Banoffee Pies and a forthcoming release with LOLiFE (including a remix from Traumer), which have received support from some of the biggest names in the industry including, Leon (IT), Marco Carola, Anna Wall, Andrey Pushkarev, Lauren Lo Sung, Luuk Van Dijk and Archie Hamilton, at festivals such as Sunwaves, Unum, ADE and Hide & Seek, Len's long anticipated return to the scene is definite and, for the North, begins here.

Len tell’s us “The dog that I rescued arrived because of one of my best friends who owned the catering company that cooked oasis’s meals when touring for 20 years.”



With support from Do As You Please residents and friends, including brand owner Joe Roche and resident Rhod Parry, both of whom have recently received support from Jaguar on BBC Radio 1, the event will span over two floors for 11 hours of music in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Additional support comes from Do As You Please regular and Leeds based, Giles and also Leeds based up and comer Fantasia (Powered by Rec).

Len Lewis (666 Recordings/SinisterTechHouse (SiTH)/SWAG Records), an artist & producer with beginnings as early as 1993, has made a comeback in recent years which has redefined and reclaimed the UK tech house sound, showing the world once again how it could and should be done. Very few artists boast a discography as consistent, innovative and timeless as Len’s - complete with accolades from the birthplace of tech house, Croydon’s Swag Records, Lewis’s style dismantles the genre’s formulaic reputation and delivers fresh genius with every performance & release. His recent and original works almost all consistently reach asking prices of £30-£180 on Discogs, showing testament of who he is and what his music stands for within the scene.

Following on from an impressive string of releases on highly reputable labels in the past couple of years, including, Real Deal Records, Discobar, Druzhba, Drifted & Banoffee Pies and a forthcoming release with LOLiFE (including a remix from Traumer), which have received support from some of the biggest names in the industry including, Leon (IT), Marco Carola, Anna Wall, Andrey Pushkarev, Lauren Lo Sung, Luuk Van Dijk and Archie Hamilton, at festivals such as Sunwaves, Unum, ADE and Hide & Seek, Len's long anticipated return to the scene is definite and, for the North, begins here. Len tell’s us “The dog that I rescued arrived because of one of my best friends who owned the catering company that cooked oasis’s meals when touring for 20 years.”


With support from Do As You Please residents and friends, including brand owner Joe Roche and resident Rhod Parry, both of whom have recently received support from Jaguar on BBC Radio 1, the event will span over two floors for 11 hours of music in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Additional support comes from Do As You Please regular and Leeds based, Giles and also Leeds based up and comer Fantasia (Powered by Rec).


Grab a ticket HERE

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Follow Us
  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • YouTube - Black Circle
Archive