This month, to accompany the release of Kassem Mosse's new EP 'Aqueous Haze' on his own Mikrodisko imprint, Millennium Disco is proud to welcome the German sensation (of Workshop fame) for the UK debut of his unique sounding live act.
After experimenting with tapes in his early teens, Mosse became involved with electronic music and techno in the mid-nineties. Since moving to Leipzig in 1997 he has been involved with local groups and artists (in particular Homoelektrik), organising parties and producing music.
In 2003 Mosse started performing as a live act and has played various venues throughout Germany, including appearances in Leipzig, Dresden, Halle, Berlin, Darmstadt and at the Fusion Festival.
His 2007 EP for Workshop with its unusual amalgamation of various electronic styles, from electro to deep house and techno, received international recognition and has been compared to anything from Theo Parrish, Andy Stott, Basic Channel, Nightmares on Wax and "Surgeon played at the wrong speed" (Boomkat). Mosse's style has been described as too slow for techno and too dry for house, and he indeed champions a rough idiosyncratic sound with little concern for functionality and conventions.