null+void Birthday + Xmas Rave on Friday 7th December 2018
A night of mind expansive electro, acid and future beats to mark three years since the first null+void Recordings release and 10 years since the first blog post - it’s Christmas time too so three good reasons to put on a party.
For the occasion we have put together a line up that features four exclusive + exciting live sets on a beautiful D&B system at an intimate basement venue in Hackney running late to 4am.
Datassette (Misc. / Shipwrec)
One of London’s electronic music treasures his swathes of sound illuminate all the right places in the human brain - future facing drum programming and electronic funk at its best.
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His release for null+void has already got the ears pricked of Alienata and Mark Archer an acidic electro rave feat. His live sets for anyone who’s heard them before have seen him rock out hard on the Korg Volka series of synths - but tonight he’ll be performing a special electro-focussed live set on a new and expanded hardware set up.
FFT (Uncertainty Principle / Super Hexagon)
FFT's dynamic and weighted sound design is nothing shy of awe inspiring (check his Uncertainty Principle 12 for documented proof). We are excited to say that he will be performing his first live set for us tonight.
We have been privileged to sign this exciting new artist’s first release. It’s due out in early 2019 and presents some worked up inflections on electro and fractured rhythms which he’ll be presenting in a hybrid live / DJ set.
Blog and label founder Kirsti will also be in the house with her colourful blends of electro, acid and rave sounds.
null+void Birthday & Xmas Rave
Electro / acid / rave / techno / future beats
The Glove That Fits
10pm - 4am
Tickets – Advance £5-7 // £10 OTD
Music Genres: Electro, Electronic, Techno
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