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Ninja Tune artist Machinedrum aka Travis Stewart will headline the heaviest beats night of 2016, with a rare and special line up from around the globe.

Machinedrum has established himself as electronic music's true renaissance man. His iconic release came about last year with his full-length LP Vapor City on the legendary Ninja tune label. Heavily influenced by multimedia arts and music, he has inspired and worked with the likes of Azealia Banks, Jamie Lidell and Jesse Boykins III. He’s recognised as a producer's producer, a pioneer of many styles and a master of his craft.

Essex born Brainfeeder artist LAPALUX will have the audience in a euphoric state. His last two studio albums Nostalchic and Lustmore explored delicate textures of R&B, hip hop and pop and will appeal to fans of Bonobo, Flying Lotus, Andreya Triana and Teebs.

Ninja Tune’s self-taught multi-instrumentalist Dorian Concept will be on the decks with performances from his latest release Joined Ends, described as an album that sits somewhere between a floating lucid dream and a deep trip into a synaesthetic wonderland.

Also on the line up is Throwing Snow, bringing UK funky house and dubstep vibes throughout the night. In 2013 he released a track with vocalist Augustus Ghost entitled A Small Murmuration on Houndstooth, which received critical praise from Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 and The Guardian among others. He'll be spinning his latest records with electronic pioneer Applescal adding a touch of bass, drums and synthetic tones to his set.

Electric Brixton, Town Hall Parade, London SW2 1RJ, 23 September 2016, 22:00 - 04:00.

Tickets: £13.50-17.50.

www.electricbrixton.uk.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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