Inverted Audio and 44 are proud to host an evening of live electronic music from Luke Abbott, Rival Consoles and visuals from Dan Tombs on Friday 21st September at The Waiting Room (formerly The Drop) in Stoke Newington, London.
LUKE ABBOTT (Live)
RIVAL CONSOLES (Live)
DAN TOMBS (Visual)
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To further celebrate their collaboration, Inverted Audio and 44 are set to host a series of special bi-monthly parties at the intimate basement venue The Waiting Room. For their first party they welcome Border Community artist and self-styled ambassador of art school electronica Luke Abbott.
With his 2010 ‘Holkham Drones’ LP firmly lodged on the IA and 44 stereos, and the more recent musical outing ‘Modern Driveway’ on Gold Panda’s Notown imprint winning over convert upon convert, ear marking September 21st diaries is advised.
Strengthening the live electronic thread of the evening will be Rival Consoles. Equally at home pushing the limits of an array of analogue hardware, as he is slaying dance floors across Europe and beyond. Rival Consoles moog workouts take centre stage on his Erased Tapes releases but it’s in the live shows where the machines really take shape.
Video artist Dan Tombs joins Luke Abbott on the night creating visuals generated through manipulating video feedback loops through hardware video mixers.
Sheffield born, London based. Mister Sushi’s passion for music stems right back to his early teenage years, having DJ’d for over thirteen years and worked professionally in the music business for nearly as long. His versatile sound has found him sharing stages alongside A Guy Called Gerald, Pantha du Prince, Oni Ayhun, DJ Food, Legowelt and Apparat of late.
Antepop is the alter ego of the founder and editor of Inverted Audio, an evangelist of raw techno and deep house. Strictly vinyl only.
This London-based Dubliner has been making electronic music across genres for a number of years. As Wack Nicholson, the sounds are likely to be influenced by anything from deep house to hip-hop. Wack has played with DJs as diverse as DJ Mehdi and Ellen Allien, and is currently on the IA writing staff.