Friday, April 30, 2010 at 9:30pm
Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 3:30am
///Shift music present ::: Future Nature.
Friday 30th April
9pm – 3:30am
89 Great Eastern Street London EC2A 3HX
£6 before 11 / £8 after
John Daly (Wave Music/Feel Music) – UK exclusive Live!
Red Rack’em (Hot Coins)
Killer Whale – Live!
Dolan Bergin (Electric Minds)
Arkala b2b D.N.S (InHouse)
Bobby Hands & Mr Smith (Special Needs)
Shorty G (ISM)
Red Rack’em – Underground/Exhalt out on May 17th vinyl/digital on ///Shift
John Daly (Wave Music/Feel Music)
John Daly has quickly proven to be one of the most promising new producers to emerge. The young Irishman’s productions are as deep and elemental as they are anachronistic, recalling a simpler era of electronic music. His stylistic ties to electronic music’s roots are what set him apart from his deep-house contemporaries, as his tunes bear the warm and full-bodied mark of analog synths VSTs still struggle to properly emulate. In 2008 year he’s released a double LP on Plak rounding up his singles for the label and the debut single for International Records Recordings, Areal’s new sub-label. After 3 EPs on the label, he released his first full length album on Wave in April 2009. John has been DJing and playing live music for 13 years around Europe, with recent appearances at Panorama Bar in Berlin, Zukunft in Sugar Factory in Amsterdam, Tarabua in Georgia & Air in Tokyo.
**This is an exclusive UK live performance from John Daly**
Rack Em is known for his club rocking, genre busting eclectic sets and this diversity is reflected in his broad output as a producer. He makes cutting edge detroit 2 step as Marlinspike, wonky disco and cosmic boogie as Hot Coins plus beatdown house and glitchy hip hop as Red Rack’em. His work is respected by heroes such as Carl Craig, the Idjut Boys, the Rush Hour crew and Domu.
One of London’s hottest live disco bands!
Killer Whale is built up around a unique collective of musicians & producers consisting mainly of members of the infamous Faze Action & Yam Who? they have primarily built their live set around classic dance tracks which they have morphed into their own sound.