Leeds has a sterling night of Berlin-style house and techno in store on Friday 27th October, with Tama Sumo and Lakuti bringing their aficionado selections to Wire for Brotherhood. Two of the finest DJs to be counted among a prestigious group of Panorama Bar residents, the pair will deal out only the very best in dance music.
Few DJs find themselves as roundly respected by peers as Tama Sumo, a flawless technician with knowledge that seems almost too extensive to be true. Decades spent digging for the best house, disco, techno and more have turned Kerstin Egert into one of the primary tastemakers in the city that leads the way in Europe’s underground dance music scene, and with Uzuri label head Lakuti at her side, she’ll be an indomitable force in the Call Lane basement. Well versed in playing together, the duo have been known to carve out the most breathtaking sets when playing back to back, and seeing as they’ve three hours to play with in Leeds, you can expect them to get stuck into plenty of different styles. Lakuti’s last performance in the city saw her met with reverence at Wharf Chambers as a guest of Love Muscle, and with Brotherhood following suit in securing the services of the South African music devotee, there’s little doubt that a memorable party is afoot.
The party won’t just be about the headliners though, with Brotherhood residents Luce and Tami also providing insight into the further reaches of dance music as they open up and close out the night. Both talented behind the decks, the two have already made waves in Leeds with sets that defy expectation, often turning expected norms on their head in order to cut between genres and change up the pace with exhilarating freedom. Sure to stir up a frenzy, they will leave plenty of their crowd eagerly anticipating the prospect of a Brotherhood residents party.
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