Slash Dot Dash is going back to its' roots, back to where it all began 3 years ago with that amazing night at The Rhythm Factory.
We may be getting all nostalgic over the venue but as usual we're staying at the very front of cutting edge underground techno. And to do this we're flying in a couple of London firsts.
A live set from Samuli Kemppi and a dj set from Milton Bradley have never been heard across London soundsystems..... until now!
It may be a few months away but early bird tickets are on sale now so get in quick to save yourself a few quid.
This is going to be one event you're not going to want to miss out on!
Samuli Kemppi is one of the key figures of finnish techno scene. Hard working producer and dj who is always breaking boundaries and delivering fresh mixture of times past and days yet to come. His influences range from Kraftwerk and Depeche Mode to Sahko Records and recent Sleeparchive releases. His sound is described as icy cold techno style, a controlled exercise in minimal techno devastation, bass-heavy jacker grooves with shivering hihats and floating athomspheres… (boomkat)
Samuli is releasing his music since 2002 under different names / pseudonymes. 2008 and 2009 have been very successful years for him, with phantastic releases on Ostgut Ton, Prologue and Time To Express. 2010 has seen more great releases on Mote Evolver and Komisch.
Keep your eyes on Samuli, he's coming on strong!
Back in the late 80ies, the upcoming of Acidhouse marked the beginning of his passion for this kind of music. First he was a record collector but in the end of 1991 he has started spinning records and since 1994 he played in different clubs.
After years of DJ-ing all around Germany he started, together
with the Berlin DJ Zeal, the independent label DO NOT RESIST THE BEAT! to release own material. These eps have found their way into the hands of the biggest names in techno and has lead to appearances all over Europe.
Recent productions and remixes have been released on two of our favourite labels, Perc Trax and Prologue, with no less than 7 of his tracks and remixes featured on the magnificent Cio D'Or Resident Advisor Podcast.
Milton Bradley is definitely a name to watch for the future and we're very excited to have him in London first!
XI and Chris Stanford have been making some great b2b performances in 2010. Supporting the likes of Par Grindvik, James Ruskin, Mark Broom and of course Sandwell District and Traversable Wormhole at the last Slash Dot Dash. They'll be digging deep into the world of dub techno to whip the crowd into a frenzy of anticipation before the headliners take the party into an even higher gear!
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