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Hieroglyphic Being (live)
Jordan GCZ (live)
After a wonderful first edition last year, Rush Hour are stoked to return with a highly promising, curious Weekender on two locations. Dream 2 Science, Hieroglyphic Being, Vincent Floyd, Jordan Gcz and many more, are guest on the Friday and Saturday at OT301. On the Sunday we move to Paradiso Noord, where none other than Peven Everett and Sadar Bahar make appearance.
For this year’s edition, Rush Hour are happy to collaborate with Super Sonic Jazz, Sounds Familiar and Red light Radio. Our friends from Sounds Familiar empower the line-up with Sadar Bahar and Patrick Gibin, plus the Paradiso based Super Sonic Jazz crew co-host the Weekender on the Sunday.
The Rush Hour Weekender started as a festivity for the opening of our current, bigger storefront. During the second edition the store turns 1 year, which will be celebrated with in-store sessions – these will be broadcasted on Red Light Radio and on Rush Hour’s online platforms. More information will follow via rushhourmusic.com.
DAY 1 AND 3 :
RH Weekender | Friday w/ Dream 2 Science, Vincent Floyd & more
Peven Everett (live) – Rush Hour Weekender X Super Sonic Jazz
HIEROGLYPHIC BEING (live)
Jamal Moss, a.k.a. Hieroglyphic Being is an experimental composer & environmental sound artist born in Chicago, whose musical works & creations are seeded & inspired from afro-futurists concepts. The extraordinarily talented producer releases his music under many monikers, such as The Sun God, Africans With Mainframes, I.B.M and Interplanetary Prophets. His highly acclaimed Mathematics imprint releases music by the legendary Lil Louis, Steve Poindexter, next to a variety other curious artists.
JORDAN GCZ (live)
The Amsterdam based Jordan Czamanski (of Juju & Jordash and Magic Mountain High) is a major proponent of live, often improvised techno. His adventurous, lengthy live excursions are soulful, organic and futuristic. Get familiar with his (live) music through releases on his Off Minor imprint, Future Times and with his wonderful two Lushlyfe EPs.
Olf van Elden alias Interstellar Funk is a young Dutch producer whose sound stands out because of its imperfections, its human warmth and its rough charm. Full of timeless melody that really makes you feel something, both his productions and his DJ sets are daring and thought provoking, always, marrying up new school sounds with the roots of house and techno, as well as dropping in the occasional new wave along the way.
Unassuming head of Rush Hour distribution and behind a variety of projects, who you might have heard playing dazzling sounds and songs under different aliases.