Rolling into another season of Sundays spent at Revolver, we're partnering up with WAT and Revolver Sundays to welcome a highly revered international artist, worth all the reason to take work off on Monday. Leon Vynehall’s creative imprint is influential in more ways than one. His breakthrough 2014 EP Music For The Uninvited was inspired by the funk, soul and hip-hop tapes his mum used to play in the car on journeys to and from school. Spreading organically, purely on the strength of the music, the record transcended its dancefloor credentials and finished the year on a plethora of ‘Best of the Year’ lists including Pitchfork, FACT and Resident Advisor (“one of the most eclectic and rewarding house records you’ll hear all year”). Music For The Uninvited was a wonderfully eclectic deep-dive into the sounds behind a young talent who now has six-plus years of international DJing and multiple releases under his belt on highly respected imprints such as 3024, Rush Hour and Running Back. Holding a strong Australian fanbase, Leon Vynehall has steadily increased his loyal following having played at Let Them Eat Cake and Strawberry Fields in recent years. Fresh from releasing his debut album, Nothing Is Still on Ninja Tune - his recent DJ Kicks compilation is all the reference you need of his selective prowess, setting the bar very high for his upcoming debut in the cage.