Prolific house outfit catz n dogz have done it all. The Pets Recordings duo consistently remain at the top of the dance music scene with their penchant for catchy baselines and intricate sonic progression. Since 2003, they have played some of the biggest festivals and venues in the world such as BPM, EDC, Exit Festival, Sonar, and more. They bring their infectious, floor-friendly sound to the Green Room for Sunday Love.
It’s a plain fact –close friends Grzegorz and Wojciech have had a stellar and prolific career as the house outfit Catz ‘N Dogz. Since 2003, the Polish producers and Pets Recordings’ label owners, known for electrifying performances and catchy cuts, have achieved a stratospheric rise through the ranks of DJ hierarchy, succeeding in all their sonic missions and boasting an enviable music pedigree. Taking a firm lead in the Eastern European electronic music revolution, the pair have previously graced the cover of both Mixmag and DJ Mag Spain. Their international recognition has never lacked momentum, whether gaining a spot in the revered RA Top 100, to their LP ‘Basic Colour Theory’ being nominated in the Top 10 Albums of 2015 by DJ Mag, to being nominated for Best Track at WMC Awards 2013 with ‘They Frontin’ feat Monty Luke, to Producers of the Year 2013 from Muno.pl... The duo have even bridged the gap between underground and mainstream, with their recent release ‘Get It Right’ feat. Tanika featuring on Channel 4’s ‘Sunday Brunch’.Catz ‘N Dogz are one of the few acts famed for both technical skill and ability to engage a live audience. Their knack for reading a crowd just right has seen them lording it on stage at some of the most prestigious festivals worldwide including SW4, Park Life, Bestival, Snowbombing, Electric Daisy Carnival and BPM, and has also resulted in them being booked for the iconic Movement Festival 2015 (Detroit) and Exit Festival 2015 (Serbia). On top of this, they continue to host their Pets Recordings label showcases from Berlin to Ibiza, Sonar to BPM and beyond, whilst the label goes from strength to strength.Meanwhile their top-notch production capabilities have ensured them a place in any electronic music aficionado’s record collection. The dynamic duo already have a number of remarkable accolades under their belt, such as their acclaimed Essential Mix in 2013 and their previous two LPs ‘Escape From Zoo’ and ‘Stars of Zoo’. They’ve also released weighty remixes for a veritable who’s who in music, electronic or otherwise, including Basement Jaxx, Kings Of Leon, Friendly Fires, Kim Ann Foxman and Thomas Schumacher’s ‘Hush’, which was entrenched at #1 on the Beatport tech house charts for five consecutive months.2015 was a significantly prosperous year in their musical odyssey, thanks to their studio album ‘Basic Colour Theory’. A fruitful collection of evocative melodies and gorgeous vocals, this fifteen-track voyage through experimental sounds was a new approach to electronic music. With the likes of the legendary Green Velvet, Peter, Bjorn & John featuring as guest vocalists, this album marked a pivotal moment in their career, as traditional songwriting meets Catz ‘N Dogz’ signature infectious basslines; a natural result of extensive sonic exploration and the osmotic process of years of DJing worldwide, all the while developing a deeper understanding of what they want to say through their music. Leading track ‘Get It Right (feat. Tanika)’ in particular caused a storm, being picked as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1, and featuring on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch. A rewarding listening experience from start to finish, ‘Basic Colour Theory’ was a huge success, so muchso that 2016 sees the release of ‘Basic Colour Theory” Remixed’, featuring the likes of Jamie Jones, Maurice Fulton, Anja Schneider and Jay Shepheard; a remix album that is already set for success thanks to its original counterpart. One thing’s for certain -2016 will see their on-point production, sonic progression and passionate dedication to their craft continue to push them higher into the DJ stratosphere, as they continue to leave their paw prints on electronic music.