Wuh Oh, aka Peter Ferguson, is set to be a household name as an electronic star. If you want to say you saw him before he became famous, now’s your chance – at Oporto on 30 January.
When he was just 15 years old, his music was played on Radio 1 – the Annie Mac Show – and he released material on Canadian imprint ‘Secret Songs’, then performed on Vic Galloway’s BBC Introducing Sessions. He recently completed a series of support shows, with Orbital, Com Truise and DJ Shadow.
His appearances have given him scope to develop his own live show, gaining recognition for his energetic live sets which merge DJing, keyboard playing, interpretive dance and his sugar-rush pop sound into something considered to be unique. His collaboration with Glasgow School of Art has led to some flamboyant bespoke outfits on stage, too!
Wuh Oh will be performing at Live at Leeds this May, but he’s here tomorrow at Oporto. For those who have not yet had the Wuh Oh experience, now’s the time!
Adam combines his interest in Leeds with a flair for writing discovered back in school days. He says he’ll tackle any topic as long as it’s Leeds.