Concept10 are uniting with Module Newcastle and Nick Curly to bring a vast array of talent to Boiler Shop on Sunday 16th April, celebrating Easter Sunday with Nastia, Maxxi Soundsystem and more in true Geordie fashion. A follow up to the one day sell out Skream event and a wild night with Matthias Tanzmann and Darius Syrossian, the event will almost certainly be a busy one for the Boiler Shop doorman.
Mannheim DJ Nick Curly has been spinning wax since just 15 years of age, and has gone on to quietly establish himself as a standout talent in the tech house world. Involved in both 8bit Records and Cecille Records, and with further releases on Murmur, Supernature, Cocoon and a few notable others, Curly has refined his craft over many years to become a specialist in the distinctive tech house bounce. Dabbling in minimal to great effect, his stripped down sound has proven popular with peers and fans alike, often heard on dancefloors controlled by some of the best in the game. An expert in a similar field, it is no wonder that Ukraine’s Nastia has been recruited to join him in Newcastle, and her set is likely to be one of the highlights of the night.
Brighton DJ and producer Maxxi Soundsystem makes music of a more vocal nature, with sung melodies and pop-esque hooks featuring heavily in his crossover deep house tunes. Another German star among the tech house community appears in the form of Robert Dietz, whilst a b2b set from local selectors and Concept10 residents Matty Robson and Jonny Burn completes a jampacked lineup.
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