This Sunday 15th September I’ll play some tunes in support of Finnish producer Luke Lund, who’s launching his new album. The free event runs from 18:00 to 23:00 with me, Paragon and Darkfloor DJing and Luke Lund playing live.
I’ll be playing mostly vinyl oddities – forgotten house b-side remixes, 1991 breakbeat rave, 2step instrumentals – but also some brand new unusual electronic music, mostly from underground labels and DIY artists via bandcamp.
Sunday 15th September, 1800 – 2300
Rye Wax, 133 Rye Lane, SE154 London
LUKE LUND (Finland) – LIVE
Luke Lund is on tour performing from the recently released and acclaimed “Lo Tech” LP out on the Mancunian record label Youth, and from “Hopium” LP forthcoming on Ohm Resistance. A nasty amalgamation of angular bass riddims, industrial grade clang and (ab)use of dub mixing techniques.
Lund is a self-taught producer, graphic designer and label head (Terranean Recordings / Luke Lund, Birthdeath, Barely Here) from Finland. For the past 11 years he’s been recording multi-genre works revolving around aural extremes, with a scrutiny of timbre and texture – primarily through improvisation. He works with a vast repertoire anywhere from offbeat club tracks or field recordings to musique concrète or knuckle-dragging rock. Recent years have seen a shift towards shaping sound art by experimental methods of capturing and processing sound.
GRAHAM DUNNING – DJ
Artist, musician and producer using turntables and electronics across experimental music, techno and improv. Most well known for the “Mechanical Techno” live set, also plays in various other collaborations, DJs, and presents an NTS Radio show.
MIKE DARKFLOOR – DJ
Host and producer of the long running Mantis Radio and the dominant force behind the acclaimed Darkfloor Sound.
PARAGON – DJ
Paragon has been honing his craft since his debut track ‘Heirship’ was released in 2012, and since then his trademark productions have gained support from some of the key players and labels in the drum & bass scene. Currently serving as a resident for Tech Itch Recordings label nights and esteemed London station Rude FM, catch him playing a selection of his own material across the 170 BPM spectrum.