After headlining Fabric playing live on the Saturday night, Abe Duque and Blake Baxter play an ultra rare back to back DJ set for WANG at the Dalston Superstore on Sunday night.
This is a unique chance to see two US dance music legends playing in such a small venue,
As if this wasn't reason enough to get you out on a Sunday night, we also have Andrew Weatherall gracing the decks, alongside Electro Elvis, Simon Busby and Ben Lyford.
All this for only a fiver, we must be mad!
THE PRINCE OF TECHNO COMES TO DALSTON!
BLAKE BAXTER should need no introduction, one of the first wave of Detroit techno pioneers, he released ‘When we used to play’ way back in 1987 on Kevin Saunderson’s KMS records, also responsible for the 4th release on the legendary U.R. record label, the ‘Prince of Techno EP’, earned Blake the title he is still known by today. Over the years Blake has released many other seminal techno tracks, such as ‘Sexuality’ and ‘Brother’s gonna work it out’ (as sampled by the Chemical Brothers) usually featuring his trademark sex-laden vocals.
ABE DUQUE started out his career at the infamous New York Limelight nightclub in 1993, and has been at the forefront of Underground Techno and Acid House ever since. His productions combine ‘old school’ leanings with cutting edge production techniques, marrying the old and new style like no other producer working today. IMHO one of the best techno producers in the world right now. And with his debut album Live And On Acid just about to drop, you can guarantee you'll be seeing a lot more of him soon.
What can I say that hasn't been said before?
If you like small sweaty 'avinit parties, this is one not to miss!
W A N G
No retreat, no surrender!