Twaddle feat Daniel Bell

  • 5 B4 11 £6 Guesty/NUS £8 After £1 Beer £1.50 Spirit Mixer £1.50 VK Ice After the fantastic success of last season, we're already assembling an all-star cast for another series of monthly parties up until next June. Not too long until we set the ball rolling for another season...and what a opening we have planned for you, with a true heavy weight at the helm...tWaDdLe welcomes, DANIEL BELL to Leeds!! With support from our very own 'Mr Superfunk' aka resident TOM ELLIS, live!!! Daniel Bell (Accelerate / Detroit) Tom Ellis - Live (Trimsound / Floppy Funk) BrotherBull & Skipper CTMS Neil McDermott Headliner: DANIEL BELL Daniel Bell has been a top minimalist Detroit producer from his beginnings as a critical member of Richie Hawtin's Plus 8 Records to his recording of an all-time classic, 1994's "Losing Control" (as DBX) to the foundation of his own Seventh City and Accelerate labels. Born in Sacramento, he grew up near Detroit and was influenced by the sound of techno on Motor City radio during the 1980s. Bell began DJing, bought recording equipment, and entered the production world with a job at a recording studio while attending Niagara College near Toronto. Though the work was mostly for hip-hop groups, Bell often worked overtime and produced his own tracks. He had a few productions of his own by 1991, when he moved back to Detroit and met Richie Hawtin. Bell joined Hawtin's new Plus 8 label, and produced several of the imprint's famed early singles ("Technarchy," "Cabaret Seven"), recording with Hawtin and John Acquaviva as Cybersonik. His back-to-basics approach to hard minimalistic techno fit in well with Hawtin's aesthetic. After leaving Plus 8 to form his own Accelerate Records in 1992, Bell began recording as DBX. Singles like "Blip," "Flying Saucer," and "Electric Shock" became hot with DJs from Chicago as well as Detroit. In 1994, Peacefrog released two DBX EPs ("Alien," "Losing Control"). Though "Losing Control" became one of the biggest underground smashes of the decade, Bell's move into the distribution game (by rejuvenating Seventh City as a record distributor) took away valuable production time. Even while the venture soon became one of the main worldwide distributors for Detroit techno, it grew so successful that Bell was forced to put his recording career on hold. He was back on wax by 1996, recording for DS and Klang Electron as well as Accelerate. Also working on projects with Theo Parrish on Elevate records, and taking Claude Young on to start Seventh City records. Unfortunately, Seventh City distribution folded and in 1998 Bell returned his concentration to production with the single "Subterranean/The Wild Life/Beserk." Two years later he followed with a mix CD, The Button Down Mind of Daniel Bell, released on Tresor Records, and one of the most superb mixes of a decade. Be sure to expect our signature, infectious party atmosphere, along with house and techno of the highest order! You do not want to miss this... Daniel Bell and Tom Ellis (Live) in one night...My My!! See you on the 19th twaddlers =) Be sure to expect our signature, infectious party atmosphere, along with house and techno of the highest order! You do not want to miss this... Daniel Bell and Tom Ellis (Live) in one night...My My!! See you on the 19th twaddlers =) ZoNe On Previous artists include: Matt Tolfrey, Marc Ashken, Matthew Styles, Audio Werner, Donk Boys, MOSSA, Chris Duckenfield, Trimsound Live, Tom Ellis, Andre Crom, Lee Mortimer, Neil Bainbridge, Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts, Jay Kilka, Death On The Balcony and many more!
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