Hot Natured are delighted to announce that they will round off a remarkable 2013 by headlining London's legendary Roundhouse on Thursday 12th December.
The quartet, who comprise acclaimed DJs and producers Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Ali Love and Luca C, have established themselves as one of the most exciting live acts in electronic music, headlining festivals across the UK and Europe this year (including Eastern Electrics and the Glastonbury Festival dance arena) and recently picking up the Best Electronic Live award at the 2013 DJ Awards in Ibiza.
2013 also saw Hot Natured release their highly anticipated debut album, 'Different Sides Of The Sun'. Released in September, the album was described by Mixmag as "the culmination of a decade that's seen Jones & Co take their signature sound from basements to main rooms round the world. It's a triumph" while Metro stated the album is an "exhilarating modern takes on house music" and DJ Magazine summed things up perfectly: "The time has come for a group to define a generation, and surely that group is Hot Natured"
This Roundhouse show - set to be the group's only UK live appearance until next year's festivals - will be a celebration of a spectacular year for Hot Natured.
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