We invite you to join us at the Kazimier Stockroom for a night of electronic music, with live performances from Twin Galaxies, Yannu, Podge and James Binary. Following the live sets, the artists will man the decks to explore their influences to round off the night.
The evening will start at 7, with a warm up set from our good friend Flossy. A suggested donation of £4 would be kindly received.
Having been working away behind closed doors experimenting with different forms of electronic music for sometime, Twin Galaxies are closing the chapter on these early days with the release of the Good Life EP, which is to presented in full as an audio visual experience at Beam Me Up.
Yannu, aka Daniel Martindale, brings a blend of colourful R&B, pop and electronic vibes to the table for his first live show. Following his 'Nothing To Worry About' release with Liverpool's Remy Jude, he has both solo and collaborative EPs in the pipeline, so expect a tune to drop to whet your appetite with before August 10th.
Heavily influenced by the whimsical aesthetics of Japanese pop culture, Podge describes his sound as “joyful, catchy, glitchy and uplifting” and with new single ‘Yuka-Peno’ its not hard to see why. Recorded at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios, the track creates a magical dreamscape that is dripping with enough sunshine and rainbows it could warm even the coldest of hearts.
The semi thrills of his knob twiddling and beat dropping garnered James Binary rolls in supporting Tim Hecker, Sleigh Bells, Beak>> and Xiu Xiu. They also subsequently made James Binary give up playing live because of an overall general apathy for his direction. Having toured for the last 7years in band settings, this has been firmly reversed. Expect science fiction inspired synth work and an anti-capitalist dissociation from life.
We look forward to seeing you
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