NYE 2014 DJ Barely Legal, Kevin Reynolds, Sarath Pereira

  • Blossoming in slivers of tingles, fuzzed-out feelings and good music, this New Years Eve promises a pleasure state and madness too pure, delivered in true Luna Terrace style for its first anniversary! In our pioneering quest to bring quality music to the tropics, we have managed to put together a diverse line-up of DJs representing four of the most prominent electronic music cities in the world. We have a limited number of tickets, which will be pre-sold on first-come first-served basis. The event is for invitees only. To obtain your tickets, please click attending on facebook and send an email with the following : - Full Name - Mobile Phone number Line Up DJ Barely Legal As her name suggests, Barely Legal aka Chloé Robinson has had an early start in music: growing up in Birmingham with a mum obsessed with all things garage, she started DJing at 19 and has already been invited by grime overload Wiley to play at Eskimo Dance (whilst he MCed over one of her mixes alongside Riko Dan and God's Gift). With recent appearances at Fabric and Red Bull Music Academy under her belt, catch Barely burn down the floor with her blend of retro grime, house and other flavours of bass this New Years Eve. Kevin Reynolds Sri Lanka gets a taste of Detroit for the first time via Kevin Reynolds, whose foray into a professional music career was a call to work at Derrick May's seminal label Transmat Records. Kevin’s music draws hints from a wide spectrum of artists. Never the traditional DJ, Kevin chooses to perform all his music live on the spot. In his music you can hear the steely mechanics of Kraftwerk, the powerful blasts of John Coltrane, the emotive synths of Carl Craig, the social commentary of A Tribe Called Quest, the rawness of Jeff Mills, and lush waves of Sergio Mendes. The UK's BBC Radio One dubbed Reynolds the "new sound of Detroit Techno." His live performances have been highlights of the Detroit Electronic Music Festival Movement, where Resident Advisor championed his 2009 performance whilst LittleWhiteEarbuds called it "fresh, evocative deep house tunes that never stopped evolving.” Versa Manchester based badman Versa is back with us for a second year, this time as our resident DJ. A sculptor of sounds with that unhurried touch, Versa carries a penchant for deep rhythms throbbing with tropical tinges of soul and dub, his sets eternally locked in deep groove. He transformed Luna with his deep and meditative sets last year, their rhythm echoing in unison with the earthly waves and light around him. His sound is informed by both forefathers of dub-techno and the cutting-edge of the new Manchester. Whilst solidly holding onto his hip hop and reggae foundations, watch Versa effortlessly shift his range from 90-170bpm and everything in between with nimble footwerk. Sarath Pereira Sarath Pereira was raised primarily in the historic city of Lyon in the centre of France. Following a decade of DJ gigs at festivals and clubs, he moved to Montreal in 2007, where he has regularly played at some of that city’s most vibrant venues, such as Le Salon Daomé, Circus and Piknic Electronik. While committed to performing on vinyl, he uses new technology to shape his sound and intensify his sets by employing echo, reverb and live synths to define his own universe. Always eclectic, his performances have been known to include electronica, acid jazz, dub, drum 'n' bass and even ambient, his blazing set at Luna in January ’14 still echoing in our collective memory.
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