Wild Visions on Friday 13th April 2018
For our second party we are delighted to welcome Glasgow resident Daniel Magee aka Lo Kindre, whose debut EP was released by Optimo Music in 2017.
Joining Lo Kindre will be a guest DJ Tami Pein (Brotherhood Sound System), and resident deejays The Boogie Monster (Downtown Science) and Matt Woodward (Release Yourself / Galaxians).
Lo Kindre is Luxembourg-born and raised Irishman Daniel Magee's personal dub interpretation, the result of a year of On U indulgence and Tuff Dub encounters, and time spent honing a live show across venues in Glasgow. Debut EP 'Plant Up' presents a cosmic blend of swirling synth and low-slung bass offering Magee's own version of dub to the public for the very first time.
'Optimo boss JD Twitch has always been partial to a bit of dub so you imagine he needed little persuasion when this low slung batch from Lo Kindre was wafted in front of him. Once again plucked from the perma-fertile local Glasgow scene, Lo Kindre may be a familiar name to those that copped Huntley + Palmer’s free ‘Clyde Built’ compilation last year.
The promise of his cosmic digi steppah contribution to that release has been cracked open, channelling new levels of dub mastery throughout ‘Plant Up.’ We’re not sure what sort of gear Lo Kindre was manipulating in the production of these four tracks, but he’s mastered a true and quite individual take on the classic dub sound – blessing the iconic styles of Sherwood and Bovell with his own cosmic touch.
Tami's internationally-minded selections flow from her passion for the environment. Under the “Elemental” name, you will find her running sustainable events that deal with key issues by encouraging artistic creativity; “creative social activism” is the name, and “making sustainability sexy” is her game.
'I have an esoteric approach to the songs I love playing. It’s hard to pin down a genre really but it’s a lot of world music and disco funky sounds originating from all over. My best advice for those wanting to start is to love your tunes and play in spaces you’re comfortable and feel supported in. There’s more DJs than people in Leeds so plenty of opportunities for practice.'
Wharf Chambers is a members’ club and you need to be a member, or guest of a member, in order to attend. Please visit wharfchambers.org/join. Membership costs £1 and requires a minimum of 48 hours to take effect.
Music Genres: Electronic
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