Louche & System Terrace Party: Dyed Soundorom, Roman Flügel, The Analogue Cops, Medlar
Info & Lineup
Louche & System
Bank Holiday Sunday - 26th May
Dyed Soundorom (Apollonia, FR)
Roman Flügel (Dial, DE)
The Analogue Cops (Restoration Records, IT)
Medlar (Wolf Music, UK)
+ Louche & System
The Loft - Set One Twenty
The Boiler Room - Untitled
The Empire Strikes Back on 26th May, as part 2 of our summer bank holiday trilogy gets under way. Joined by 4 worthy headline acts this day and night extravaganza is the perfect follow on from our first event, and a great way to see in the summer.
Dyed Soundorom always receives a fantastic reception when he comes to town; a real local favourite since his career began in 2008. Growing up on a diet of house within Paris' underground scene, it wasn't long before his talent and charm took him to dizzying heights. He's been a Circo Loco DC 10 resident for a good few seasons now, and is a founding member of label/supergroup Apollonia. With band mates and friends Shonky and Dan Ghenacia, Apollonia's recent escapades include showcases at Fabric and Panoroma Bar no less, plus a steady output of excellent releases. Expect Dyed to whip the terrace into a frenzy during his special extended set.
Roman Flugel has been in the game a remarkably long time. His fabulously unique and cheeky electronic music has been released with Dial, Live at Robert Johnson and even Cocoon, as well as for his own labels, Playhouse, Ongaku and Klang Elektronik. He's remixed the likes of Pet Shop Boys, Primal Scream and even Kylie, and was half of pop/electro outfit Alter Ego, there really is not much Roman hasn't achieved. We value Roman's productions as some of the best out there, and having witnessed him DJ twice already this year, we can vouch that his skills on the decks are equally remarkable.
The Analogue Cops are an Italian Berlin based duo, who's raw and funky sound has been setting the scene ablaze with a series of limited press 12 inchers on Tabernacle, Aim and their label Restoration Records. As 'Third Side', one of their many aliases they collaborate regularly with Steffi, producing more ear watering rough and ready techno. Sharing a love of unpolished beats and analogue studio gear the duo's live set is sure to sound great in the main room tonight.
And last but not least Medlar will be warming things up for Dyed outside. The Englishman, who exclusively releases on Brighton's excellent Wolf Music is a maker of some of the UK's hottest house music of recent years, which has gained support from MCDE, Jackmaster and Space Dimension Controller. As a DJ he's got an eclectic streak, don't be surprised to hear a few disco numbers chucked about!