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Resonate x Machine w/ Ben Sims B2B James Ruskin (3 HOUR SET) on Friday 17th November 2017
On the 17th of November Resonate will team up with Machine to present two cornerstones of UK techno in Ben Sims & James Ruskin, the pair will go B2B for 3 hours and will be supported by fellow machine artist Kirk Degiorgio and others.
This event will mark our second appearance at Church Venue, Leeds (The Chapel) and we will be hoping for a similar outcome to our first where DVS1 played to a sell out and vigorous crowd.
With over 40 years experience between them combined with the outstanding visual show provided by The Chapels production team Sims & Ruskin are sure to put on one hell of a show. Both have rightfully earned reputations as two of the worlds most sought after techno DJ’s - tight energetic mixers who masterfully weave together there own individual blend of tough funk and hard grooves ensuring that there sets are powerful, memorable and unique.
Another UK artist will be providing stern support in the shape of Kirk Degiorgio, again like Sims & Ruskin, Degiorgio has over 20 years experience in the game. Kirk has used As One, Elegy, Esoterik, Critical Phase and Future/Past as recording aliases. In 1992 Degiorgio recorded his first release on B12 Records and shortly after founded the ART label (Applied Rhythmic Technology) releasing early material by seminal artists such as Carl Cox, Aphex Twin, Stasis and The Black Dog.
Bear in mind that Church Venue (The Chapel) is a LIMITED CAPACITY VENUE therefore we advise that you purchase a ticket as early as possible to ensure you don’t miss the chance to catch ourselves and Machine taking over Leeds with this huge lineup.
Music Genres: House, Techno
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