The migration to a state of total absent-mindedness.
With the shadows of The Nest as our temptress, likeminded artists from around the UK gather to unveil a new esoteric experience in the capital.
Being tipped by Mixmag as an artist to watch out for in 2018, you are sure to have heard this Glaswegian’s tracks over the last year. Whether its at major festivals, specialist club nights, or Drumcode Radio shows, he has released on Pan Pot’s imprint Second State, Carl Cox's world famous Intec & Scottish techno outfit Sleaze Records, moving from strength-to-strength. With regular performances at SWG3, Sub:Club and Berlin institute Watergate, Frazier never disappoints.
Hailing from Manchester, Transcode has had a fruitful start to his career. Releases on Oliver Koletzki’s Stil Vor Talent & Renier Zonneveld’s Filth On Acid haven’t gone unnoticed on the international circuit. With a number of top 10’s in the Beatport Techno chart and radio support by B.Traits (Radio 1) and Eric Prdyz (EPIC), his unquestionably energetic and driven style makes him one to keep an eye on.
This Carl-Cox-approved Glaswegian’s debut release arrived on Intec, named as one of the Ibiza-King’s secret weapons, reaching top 20 in the Beatport Techno Charts. Performing alongside Enrico Sanguilano, Layton Giordani, Harvey McKay, Mark Reeve and Mark Fanciulli and a number of scheduled releases, this year sure looks like Luca's breakthrough year.
This London-based northern-native duo have an impressive record behind the decks, most notably playing the final record at Sankeys Manchester, and the first record of 2018 at E1’s illustrious NYE/NYD opening party. A recent studio-break has produced material already grabbing the attention of taste makers Charlotte De Witte, Dense and Pika and Etapp Kyle has made them one of Mixmag's 'Ones-To-Watch' for 2018.