Please note, this event has been cancelled.
We are proud to announce DIGITAL UNDERGROUND returns to liverpool this coming March.
Bringing you a showcase of Drumcode, Techno and Acid Techno.
This time we take over the whole complex of the northshore troubadour, 2 warehouse rooms, chill out balcony and a rooftop chillout terrace
THE YELLOW HEADS
MORITZ & MRPAUL
THE YELLOW HEADS
The YellowHeads was formed by some musicians who quickly discovered a key common denominator that unites them: a strong passion for music. What came next was a merging of their styles, different but parallel, as their musical roots come from the same place, and they formed the crew The YellowHeads. This union’s strength is in their sound, going from highly atmospheric electronic music to a techno sound with retro touches. Their releases have seen the light on labels such as: Toolroom, Tronic, Break New Soil, Analytictrail, Phobiq, Trapez, 100% Pure, Bitten, etc..., with collaborations and remixes by: Cari Lekebusch, Alex Bau, Joey Beltram, Paride Saraceni, Cristian Varela, Samuel L Session, Misstress Barbara, Sasha Carassi, Wehbba, Mark Broom and many more known artists. The YellowHeads has been a headliner at some of the best clubs and festivals, performing with: Pendulum, Dirtyphonics, Umek, Joseph Capriati, Paco Osuna, Uto Karem, Alan Fitzpatrick, Paul Ritch, Pan-Pot, M.A.N.D.Y., Kaiserdisco, Popof and many more! In 2014, they were #34 in the World DJs Techno List and their incredible hit “Submerged” was #2 for several months and number #71 in the Best Techno Tracks list, while also being played many times by Carl Cox at his gigs. Their music is amazing, their live performances are exciting, but do not forget their look is truly the icing on this great musical project called: The YellowHeads!
The mysterious , known as Cleric,
The UK producer’s creative output has been most prolific with an extensive amount of
releases on labels such as Arts, Figure and his own imprint Clergy. Celebrated for
his crisp and atmospherical works, Cleric describes his music as a means to
translate emotion to others.
Transcode is a dynamic and highly talented producer / DJ. His sound leans towards energetic & deep, driven techno but he certainly doesn’t limit his horizons, with an unquestionably unique ability to design deep and elaborate tracks that ignore the generic rules and constraints of genres.
As a creative artist his work has been acknowledged and supported up by some of the most prestigious labels and artists in the business. Recent support has come from a wide range of tastemaker DJs, such as Eric Prydz, Laurent Garnier, Oliver Koletzki, Joris Voorn, Alan Fitzpatrick, John Digweed, ANNA & many more. His work has also been picked up by a host of Radio djs including Anna Lunoe, B.Traits on BBC Radio 1 and Eric Prydz on his EPIC Radio show.
With multiple tracks getting into the Beatport Techno top 10 and releases on revered labels such as Stil Vor Talent & Filth On Acid, Transcode keeps pushing high quality music into the world.
KUSP was formed from what was originally an experimental collaboration between two old friends reunited by their rediscovered desire for making electronic music.
Making transitions through different musical journeys, both are accomplished DJ's and producers within their own right. But, both deeply rooted from the same background.
Their contrasting but parallel styles deliver a unity that has become the strength within their sound; a medley of deep, dark and industrial 'up-front' techno.
Their exciting live performances have given them the platform to supporting heavyweights such as Amelie Lens, Farrago, Ben Klock, Dave Clarke and Robert Hood at some of the UK's finest clubs and festivals.
Despite the project being less than a year old KUSP's music continues to rapidly rise having been featured live on BBC Radio 1 and garnering support from some of the industries most credible names including Alan Fitzpatrick, Spektre, Boxia, Spartaque, T78, Hollen, B.Traits and many more.
AEIT are a Techno DJ and Production Duo aiming to make a name for themselves in the underground music scene. Their love and passion for the more industrial and underground scene truly defines their style as they take inspiration from the likes of Dax J, SNTS, and UVB to name a few. In sets or productions of their own expect to hear unrelenting drums, raw atmosphere and aggression throughout.