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TIGA PREMIERES FIRST INSTALMENT IN A BRAND NEW DOCUMENTARY SERIES

With his third longplayer No Fantasy Required out now via Counter Records, Tiga partners with THUMP to premiere the first instalment in a brand new documentary series that lifts the lid on his creative process. Directed by Tiga himself and laced with his inimitable and irreverent humour, it was filmed in his hometown Montreal. Part One is simply titled Desks.

TIGA – NO FANTASY REQUIRED PART 1: DESKS
With his third longplayer No Fantasy Required out now via Counter Records, Tiga partners with THUMP to premiere the first instalment in a brand new documentary series that lifts the lid on his creative process. Directed by Tiga himself and laced with his inimitable and irreverent humour, it was filmed in his hometown Montreal. Part One is simply titled Desks.

“Join me on a journey into the heart of the one-man hive mind that propels the Holy Tigan Empire ever forward into a future I can’t wait to share with all y’all,” says Tiga. “Life is simply a series of desks and the work you put in when you’re at them. So let’s roll up each other’s sleeves and get down to business.”

In the midst of an epic three month residency at London’s XOYO, this weekend Tiga welcomes LuckyMe affiliates Hudson Mohawke (with whom he collaborated on for the single ’Planet E’) and Jacques Greene. Future nights include guest appearances from Martinez Brothers, Erol Alkan, Jackmaster and DJ Hell, plus a Tiga All Night Long show on the closing night.

Tiga is a musical evolution personified, with an unparalleled resumé that includes three solo albums, singles such as ‘Bugatti’, ’Sunglasses At Night’, ‘Pleasure From The Bass’, ‘You Gonna Want Me’ and numerous collaborative projects. Over the past few years, Tiga has toured internationally both as a DJ and a full live show, and further bolstered the international reputation of his record label Turbo.

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