Audio is proud to host Anjunadeep's North American Tour on Janurary 30th with 16 Bit Lolitas, Jody Wisternoff and Beckwith. 16 Bit Lolitas Ariaan Olieroock & Peter Kriek, AKA 16 Bit Lolitas, are back stronger than ever this year. After a short hiatus, in which they worked on some different non-dance projects, they partnered up again with Anjunadeep to bring you a series of strong releases in. The first release, 'Beat Organ EP', has been received very well by fans and DJ's all across the world, charting in Beatport's deephouse top 10 for 5 weeks followed by the fantastic 'Deep In My Soul EP.' 16 Bit Lolitas are a duo that have been able to stay fresh and current for over 10 years, delivering the music that DJ's want to play and that fans want to hear on the dance floor. This has only been possible because of their passion for underground dance music and their constant drive for innovation. And it has seen them evolve into one of the top underground producer/DJ acts worldwide. Jody Wisternoff "Am I a legend?", asks Jody Wisternoff, questioning the question. "The thing is, legend tends to suggest you've had your time, got the pipe and slippers out and only work occasionally as the mood takes you, and nothing could be further from the truth in my case; I continue to push forward and evolve, plus I'm busier now than I've ever been!" Seriously? Clearly Jody Wisternoff is a man whose personal dictionary doesn't contain the term 'tread water'. Jody has indeed been pushing the envelope his entire career, which started at the very early age of 13 years when he and brother Sam prodigiously reached the finals of the DMC HipHop Championships. This success was compounded two years later when they found national fame as Tru Funk, landing themselves on the pages of cult magazine The Face and Tim Westwood's Radio 1 playlist. "Obviously it was a different genre to what I'm known for now," explains Jody, "Bristol's always been renowned for the calibre of its dub scene and the artists that have come out of it. In the late 80's and early 90's I was very much a part of that movement, which provided me with an invaluable foothold in the world of dance. I soon found myself DJing to thousands at fondly remembered festivals such as Universe and Fantazia. It was a crazy time. Beckwith House Music. All Night. All Right. Lifelong Adidas Ho. I Bleed House Music.