ROAM XI: Matrixxman

  • Venue
    TBA - Washington DC
    • To Be Announced
  • Date
    Sat, 20 May 2017
    20:00 - 06:00
  • Promoter
  • Attending
    • 168

  • Matrixxman heads up this Movement pre-party with some of the finest techno DJs that DC has to offer.
  • Join us for our first ever Movement Electronic Music Festival (OFFICIAL) Pre-party! 🌃 Location: 2046 West Virginia Ave NE SET TIMES Chris Nitti · 10:00 Outputmessage · 12:00 DJ Lisa Frank · 1:00 Matrixxman · 2:00 Rush Plus · 4:00 Sami · 5:00 Tickets will be available at the door as capacity allows. Early arrival is suggested. $20 before 2 am, $25 after. 🌛 10pm until sunrise and beyond 🌞 Warehouse Location NE DC Booming Martin Audio Sound Live Visuals Art Installations Additional Info: · Alcohol available for purchase until 2:30am · Strictly 21+, please bring your ID · Cash-only bar and box office - ATM on-site · Coat check available · Street parking Please respect the space and each other. ______________________________________________ Matrixxman (Dekmantel/Ghostly International - US) Amid a serious dearth of US techno producers in recent years, Charles Duff, also known as Matrixxman, has been busy soundtracking the technological singularity that unfolds before us. His sound tends to be cold and mechanised yet somehow retains an element of warmth, perhaps even soul, if you will. A lone spark of instantiated humanity that refuses to be extinguished by the din of automata marching toward us. Should you be the type of person who seeks validation from others, his music has been played by the likes of DVS1, Rødhåd, Jeff Mills, Ben Klock, Richie Hawtin, and Levon Vincent, to name a few. He has also had the distinct pleasure of being remixed by Larry Heard, Silent Servant, and The Hieroglyphic Being, for whatever that's worth. After a steady output of EPs on labels like Dekmantel, Planet Rhythm, and Delft, he released his first full-length album on Ghostly International in July of 2015.
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