Pepe Bradock (Atavisme)
Soundstream (Panorama Bar)
Manuel Tur (Delusions Of Granduer)
Erdbeerschnitzel (live) (3rd Strike)
Mr Solid Gold (Trouble Vision)
Leisureware (Fill Yer Boots)
Thick As Thieves (Tief)
On Saturday the 30th of June, Tief welcomes possible our most interesting line up so far. We have invited a collection of some of the most unique producers around today all responsible for some of the most diverse takes on house and disco you can hear.
Elusive Frenchman Pepe Bradock really is in a league of his own with a collection of stunning productions that have been described as ‘audio art’. His djsets span from cool slinky layed-back grooves to jazz sampling disco to peak time French house and techno.This very rare UK appearance is eagerly anticipated, prepare for an education into one of the most intriguing figures in electronic music.
Berlin resident and Panorama bar regular Soundstream plays along side Pepe. Responisble for a series of acclaimed disco sampling house 12s on his own ‘Soundstream’ imprint as well as productions under his ‘Soundhack’ and ‘Smith n Hack’ aliases Soundstream has become a favourite amongst vinyl collectors and connoisseurs. A look into his box reveals lovely disco 12-inches, dirty Chicago house, immortal club classics and dew-fresh jams. All blended, mixed and sliced together with style and grace his old school, analogue sound fits in to this line up perfectly
Manuel Tur is one of the most consistent and exciting yet underrated producer/djs around today. His sound is said to be influenced by “the upcoming French house sound of the late 90s” and draws influneces and inspiration from a range of aritsts including Pepe Bradock. Fresh after the release of his album ‘Swans reflecting elephants’ and his incredible ‘Foolin’ Ep on the Delusions of grandeur imprint we cant wait to have Manuel over to put the Corsica Studios system through its paces.
Erdbeerschnitzel (meaning ‘strawberry schnitzel’) is although labeled as a house producer, responsible for a wide range of electronic productions often straying from the typical 4x4 drum signatures making much of his music somewhat unclassifiable when it comes to genre labelling. His live set consists of these fascinating productions rearranged and re-editted on the fly. We have been wanting to put Erdbeer on for a long time waiting for a line up to suite his style, and this is it!