PRESSURE: LOCO DICE & DRUMCODE PARTY

Pressure: Loco Dice & Drumcode party

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Pressure: Loco Dice & Drumcode party

Fri 28 Oct 2011 | 11pm-4am | £16 + bf

Pressure present a packed line-up featuring Loco Dice and the Drumcode 15th Anniversary celebrations with Adam Beyer, Joseph Capriati, Slam and Harvey McKay. Bring your stomping boots: this will be a full on, sweaty Pressure!

Arch 1

Loco Dice
Slam (DJ set)

Arch 2 (Drumcode 15th Anniversary)

Adam Beyer
Joseph Capriati
Slam (live)
Harvey McKay

LOCO DICE //

After kicking of the Soma 20 celebrations earlier this year with his remix of the classic track East Men’s U Dig, Loco Dice returns to Pressure for the first time since 2007. Dice’s unique sound is built on a wealth of global influences, from his hip hop background and recording his debut album in New York, to his residencies at DC10 and Cocoon in Ibiza, cementing his reputation as one of the most dynamic DJs in the world.

ADAM BEYER //

One of the biggest forces in techno at the moment, his achievements over the last decade and a half are unparalleled. As well as shaping Sweden’s techno scene with his Drumcode label, he also added to the Soma 20 release series with a classic remix of Slam’s Stepback.

SLAM (LIVE SET) //

As well as a Pressure institution, Slam are an integral part of the Drumcode sound. They join the celebrations with their lauded live performance. Their track Area 51 is the most recent release of several they have put out on the Drumcode imprint.

JOSEPH CAPRIATI //

A new addition to the Drumcode imprint, the young Italian is one of the most exciting up-and-coming names in techno at the moment. With tracks signed on Hawtin’s Plus 8 label, amongst other famous imprints, Capriati is a name to watch out for.

HARVEY MCKAY //

Harvey McKay has emerged from Glasgow’s underground clubbing scene to become one of the hottest prospects in electronic music today. Having previously released on Perc Trax, 8-Sided Dice, Trapez and Soma, Harvey has had a string of successful EPs, including the dark, brooding Nightwalker and the jacking Shift (both Soma Records, 2010). Keep an eye out for his debut Drumcode and Saved releases.