Slam Events presents


Maceo Plex | Davide Squillace | Slam | Speedy J | Sandwell District

Fri 1 Feb 2013 | 11pm-5am | £18 + bf

Main Arch

11pm – 1am Slam
1am – 3am Maceo Plex
3am – 5am Davide Squillace

Dance Arch

11pm – 2am Sandwell District
2am – 5am Speedy J

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Maceo Plex, having just been voted no. 4 is Resident Advisor’s Top DJs of 2012 is on spectacular form. His Ellum label shone through in 2012 and his releases on labels like Crosstown Rebels, Hot Creations and Leftroom stormed the charts. He has played all over the world throughout 2012, fitting in numerous tours of the US, South America, Asia and Europe.

Italian producer and DJ Davide Squillace, resident at DC10′s Circoloco in Ibiza, has had a mightliy busy year of remixing and releasing on labels like This and That, Saved and vIVA. South American and European tours aplenty have seen his diary full playing 3-4 gigs a week. He balances the Pressure line-up with his ever popular tech-house sounds.

Slam, having just returned from their first US tour in several years play their first Scottish gig of the year. Their collaborative EP with Berlin’s finest techno duo Pan-Pot will be out on Slam’s Paragraph label and has been receiving rave reviews.

Speedy J is arguably Holland’s most renowned techno producer and DJ. He has a history spanning more than 20 years in electronic music, through his label Electric Deluxe, his music production and DJing and his educational work with Native Instruments. His Electric Deluxe podcast series is also hailed as one of the best in the game, with a global audience listening to his exclusive shows on a weekly basis.

Sandwell District (Regis & Function) return to Glasgow feeding their loyal fans with another semi-live performance. As stalwarts of the hugely influential Downwards Label, Function and Regis have been breaking down and re-arranging the D.N.A of conventional dance music for over a decade. Sandwell District however is very much it’s own animal and although it shares many of it’s ideals and energy with the iconic Downwards, it is very much an act of the here and now.

Please enter through Midland Street entrance