Stattnacht: JD Twitch, Auntie Flo, Roman Lindau, Unbalance, I/Y...

  • On the electronic music map the Scottish Glasgow has always been some kind of a metropolis, thanks to the legendary Sub Club. Between 1997 and 2010 the famous party series called Optimo Espacio, which were hosted by JG Wilkes and our tonight’s guest JD Twitch, brought together different styles of dance music history. The scene’s diversity is still strong which was proven by their handpicked compilation „The Underground Sound Of Glasgow" that also featured Auntie Flo. His EPs for Permanent Vacation, Mule Musiq and debut LP combined influences from club and world music. Having them at the same party is already fantastic, but there’s even more to come: JD Twitch & Auntie Flo will join forces for a highly anticipated back2back-set. This premiere is surely of great interest for our last guest, DJ and label-owner Daniel Wang, who’s an aficionado for disco and house music as well as respected as an experienced figure of the global dance community. With three nightlife experts waiting for you this Stattnacht will be special. And always remember: variety is the soul of pleasure. The first floor set the bar pretty high, but you know what? Our Bunker floor keeps pace by having another special tag team. From the Berlin-based label Fachwerk there’s Roman Lindau whose latest release „Rave On“ could be the subtext of tonight’s party. His b2b partner is the busy all-rounder Unbalance from Moscow – an extremely talented guy who received remixes for his polyrhythmic tracks by Steffi, Inigo Kennedy or Jeroen Search. One passion Lindau and Unbalance have in common is having a penchant for getting list in dubby spheres – it’s a safe bet that this German-Russian tête-à-tête will bring up more overlaps. The last bang comes from the Briton Miles Whittaker, the mastermind involved in such great projects like Demdike Stare or Millie & Andrea. That blows even our minds away! Get the picture?
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