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Wobbly Records Proudly Presents Hardfloor on Friday 13th September 2019
Wobbly Records are very excited to be returning to Concorde 2 for our second event at this iconic venue to bring the kings of acid, Hardfloor for their first ever Brighton show!
Alongside Hardfloor we have live electronica from Wobbly Records whizkids Scotch Lobster who mix electronic, acidic beats with live guitar, synths and saxophone.
Bookending this hefty duo of acid music will be Wobbly Records residents, Seashoe and LlamaLeaf.
If that's not enough room 2 will be equally banging as we explore Brightons Underground with sets from some of our favourite local djs and producers.
Early Wobbler tickets are on sale now and we expect them to go fast!
**************FULL LINE UP******************
Scotch Lobster (Wobbly Records)
Seashoe (Wobbly Records/Codesouth.fm)
LlamaLeaf (Wobbly Records/Subios Records)
POoK and Lola - DJ (SIZE./Codesouth.FM)
Fat Mandy (Sicknote/Wobbly Records)
N38 (Wobbly Records)
Chromosome Hoax (Wobbly Records)
Early Wobblers £18.50
General Wobblers £22.50
Decor by inOrbit
CONCORDE 2 Maderia Dr, Brighton BN2 1EN
A tantalizing night of Techno and Acid Techno.
Come, get ya wOBble On!
'Techno duo Hardfloor's acid sound is credited to their virtuoso skill at manipulating Roland TB-303 bass synthesisers. They reputedly use up to six of these machines at once, some of which are highly modified.
Techno duo Hardfloor's acid sound is credited to their virtuoso skill at manipulating Roland TB-303 bass synthesisers. They reputedly use up to six of these machines at once, some of which are highly modified.
Forming in 1991 as the German acid and techno scenes were just beginning to solidify, the pair released the eleven-minute 'Acperience' single to inject a bit of bombast into the German scene. Utilizing since-standard compositional tools like long, melody-driven buildups and elaborate percussion breaks, the track became an instant dancefloor anthem and made Hardfloor a sought-after name for remix and production work.
Although the pair recorded briefly for the Eye Q label, most of the group's work has come out through Sven Vath's influential Harthouse imprint, including a number of full-length releases and a consistent schedule of 12-inches and EPs. Although the pair have since evolved from the more simplistic floor-movers of their earlier work, incorporating elements of hip-hop, electro, breakbeat techno, and post-acid house styles like trip-hop and intelligent dance, the group remains committed to the smoldering edge of acid, with 909 and 303 sounds comprising the lion's share of their recognizable sound.'
Music Genres: Acid House, Techno
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