RUDI ZYGADLO (LIVE) / DAUWD (DJ)/ patten (DJ)
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We’re incredibly excited to be able to bring you another night of exceptionally talented, innovative young producers and DJs. This time at Hoxton’s MacBeth.
Headlining, we have RUDI ZYGADLO playing live. “One of the key players of future electronica” (Clash Mag), his tracks eagerly absorbing and manipulating influences from hip hop, dubstep, bluegrass, psychedelic pop and classical music to create extraordinarily smart yet fundamentally fun, engaging and danceable new sounds.
His first London date in an age, and since the release of his brilliant Achtung EP on Pictures Music, one of our favourite releases of the year by far.
You can listen to a track from the EP and read a deservedly excellent review here :
“This new EP on Pictures Music is perhaps his most adventurous work to date, but it’s also the most fully formed; classic songwriting and innovative production conflate, creating a bold sound that’s as interesting as it is accessible.” Mercury Music Prize Recommends
Rudi Zygadlo: http://rudi-zygadlo.tumblr.com/about
Main support is provided by DAUWD, up and coming future star of UK bass music, having found firm fans in Rinse FM, Gilles Petersen, Benji B and Maryanne Hobbs amongst others, we can’t wait to have him play for us. To show you what a treat you are in for Dauwd’s Could It Be/ Shimmer single is out now on the brilliant Pictures’ Music label and very generously available as a free download to get you anticipating his 12” to come in 2012 as eagerly we are.
Dauwd’s lush, iridescent new track, Ikopol, which will be put out on a limited edition vinyl release later this month was also just included in the superb Adult Swim compilation. Track of the day on The Line Of Best Fit:
He is also coming fresh from supporting Crystal Fighters after creating this awesome remix of their tune Plage http://dummymag.com/new-music/2011/08/22/crystal-fighters-plage-dauwd-remix-stream/
The somewhat mysterious patten just released his debut album GLAQJO XAACSSO on the very discerning No Pain In Pop label.
Many reviews reference 90s Warp acts as well as Flying Lotus, Actress and Nathan Fake but all pick up on just how much promise patten shows.
“befitting of inevitable acclaim, as it is a debut as riveting and obvious as it is shrouded in unanswerable questions.” Drowned In Sound
He also put this sterling mix out through FACT earlier this week to show you a little of what you can expect to hear on the 20th.
Check out the video for focal point of the LP Blush Mosaic here: