|May 13, 2016|
|Rue des Capucins 63|
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(Beats In Space, ESP Institute – Melbourne, AUS)
Tornado Wallace’s first releases came out during the great nu disco goldrush of 2009/10, but his productions always stood out from the crowd, juxtaposing their lush melodies and dreamy textures with a harder dancefloor focus.
Since then, he’s grown into one of the most reliable house producers around, catching the attention of esteemed labels like ESP Institute and Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space Records, who released his ‘Desperate Pleasures’ EP in 2013. Although he hails from Melbourne originally, T-Wally has recently made a move to Berlin (following a short stint in London a couple of years back).
(Lobster Theremin, Distant Hawaii – London, UK)
Donson is from Derby in the Midlands but, he says, “nothing really happened there,” so in 2012 he decided that it was time to relocate and move to London, where he started building the foundations for his current musical project. With the sound chip and certain ‘80s influences in tow, Donson put together his debut EP, Secret Island, recently released on Lobster Theremin sublabel Distant Hawaii. Using vintage drum machines, he punctuates the tracks’ breezy, aquatic atmosphere with dusty, lo-fi percussion.
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(Holger, Bonnefooi – Brussels, BE)
(– Brussels, BE)
Bazaar Brussels (Basement)
Rue des Capucins 63
€8 < 00:00 > €10 (no presale)
(Artwork – Paris, FR)