Liverpool clubnight 303 will return once more to their spiritual home of the Williamson Tunnels on Saturday July 30th, when they welcome revered Detroit second waver Robert Hood to the underground rave cavern for an evening of relentless minimal action (watch him destroy Dekmantel below).
Hood was one of the first producers and DJs to strip techno down to it's most visceral, creating relentless loops of the music at it's most furious alongside fellow pioneers like Daniel Bell and the Underground Resistance collective with which he was a founding member.
His Floorplan pseudonym allowed him to explore a more musical side, with his label M-Plan hotly revered amongst true techno aficionados. 303 already have serious history bringing in the big guns for techno, with Hood joining the likes of Dave Clarke, Derrick May, Speedy J and more in unleashing their aural assaults on Liverpool.
Support on the night comes from the 303 Djs, with a daytime party taking place in Liverpool bar Attic beforehand to explore the softer side of the clubnight's musical history. Of course you can get it on with 3030 before then, as they will celebrate their seventh birthday with a seven hour Daniel Avery set on Saturday 7th May.