Nova Presents: Thomas Schumacher [Extended Set] Tickets | WaV Liverpool   | Sat 9th November 2019 Lineup

Nova Presents: Thomas Schumacher [Extended Set] tickets

WaV in Liverpool

Saturday 9th November 2019

10:00pm til 4:00am (last entry 11:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

NOVA is a brand new concept, bringing you the best artists from the global techno scene to the best venues AND for extended sets only!

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Nova Presents: Thomas Schumacher [Extended Set] on Saturday 9th November 2019

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For our first event, NOVA is proud to present one of the biggest artists in techno! We bring Thomas Schumacher (Drumcode|Noir Music|ARTS|Electric Ballroom) to WaV, Liverpool, for a very special extended set!

Thomas has been tearing up the techno charts this year, with numerous No.1 remixes/releases. He now sits comfortably in place as the 3rd best selling techno artist this year!

We bring Thomas to Liverpool for a special extended set that is sure to shake the floor of the dark, underground tunnels of WaV! Expect to be taken on an amazing journey on it's Funktion One soundsystem... We will also be adding in some extra production that shouldn't be missed!



Thomas Schumacher was eleven years old when Depeche Mode released Construction Time Again. 'I'll never forget sitting at home, listening to the album in my headphones, trying to figure out how they made those sounds.'

Thirty-four years later, Thomas Schumacher still burns with curiosity. The Berlin-based DJ and producer makes light of his status as one of the most successful, versatile artists in electronic music. 'What I love about Techno is that it demands that you question yourself, reinvent yourself.'

Thomas Schumacher is always pushing his own boundaries. 'The art of being relevant,' he says, 'Is to forget what you know.” In his early days as an artist, he had to learn how to physically create the sounds he heard in his head. Now, as a virtuoso, the challenge is to use his breadth and depth of musical knowledge to convey profound emotion. 'Techno is not just a tool to make people dance,' he says. 'It is a very personal, intimate way of expressing myself.'

This intimacy fuels the unique vibe of a Thomas Schumacher DJ set. He compares himself to the captain of a ship. “I purposely steer my sets into rough waters. I want to help people get out of their heads and into their bodies. I create a safe space for people to lose their minds, in the best possible way. They know they don't need to worry or be afraid, because I’ve got them. I know what I'm doing. They can let go and just be.'

When not guiding clubbers through seas of sound, Schumacher reaches them via his productions on labels like Drumcode, Arts, Noir Music and his label Electric Ballroom. The more you do, the more there is to explore, the more opportunities to invent, connect, and imagine. 'I am always the one to change it up,' says Thomas. 'My ongoing ambition is to connect with the people, every single time. Thats why I do what I do and I love what I do.'

His latest release together with Victor Ruiz “Apollo II” on his label Electric Ballroom rose consistently up the Beatport Techno chart, landing in at Number 1. It became his second number one within the past twelve months after “Stella”- a propulsive anthem dedicated to his daughter. Thomas Schumacher’s persistently solid releases have now combined to elevate him to the number one best selling Techno artist on Beatport. Thomas has never seen a reason to compartmentalise his music and his life. Everything is energy and everything is connected.

Music Genres: 

Minimal Techno, Prog House, Tech House, Techno

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