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Tief with Prosumer, Axel Boman, San Soda, Midland, Dan Beaumont & More photo gallery
On Saturday the 18th of February, Corsica Studios invites you to the fourth edition of Tief with possibly our most fitting bookings to date.
Tief welcome house music connoisseur Prosumer to headline the bill with a 3 hour set. As well as running Berlins pronound record shop ‘Hard Wax’, Prosumer a is resident at Berlin’s world class Panorama bar and releases under the heavyweight Ostgut Ton label. Experience a journey through the record collection of one of the most knowledgeable figures in house and techno
San Soda (one half of vocal house sensations FCL) offers strong support in room 1. San Soda has earned a reputation as one of the most consistent underground house producer/djs around. FCL played along side Motor City Drum Ensemble in October at Trouble Vision and span some amazing records, expect more of the same from San Soda as he gets into his stride warming the floor up before Prosumer.
Headlining room 2, Axel Boman flies in from hometown Stockholm to show us what he is all about, pushing a sound that has been described as ‘raw, playful and drenched with oceans of soul’. Axel’s artistic background may go some way to explaining the creative and experimental spin on house music that he has become so well known for. 2010 saw the breakthrough release ‘Purple Drank’ on DJ Koze’s highly regarded Pampa label and with a string of releases and remixes on labels such as Glasstable, Studio Barnhus and Play It Down, Axel really is one to watch. For a taste of Axels booty bouncing dj sets check out his acclaimed boiler room here; http://boilerroom.tv/axel-boman-50-min-mix/
Also with an individual take on house and techno, Midland plays room 2 along side Axel Boman. Midland has had an equally excitcing year. He made his debut in 2010 alongside Pearson Sound aka Ramadanman with their anthemic track "Your words matter". The pair wove, defied and played with a number of genres and, in doing so, Midland laid a clear foundation stone for his vision of how electronic music could be; a sound that is rooted in House and Techno but with the rumbling low end of Dubstep and wide screen experimentation of classic Electronica. Subsequent solo releases on Phonica, Aus and More Music have gained him fans from all corners of the electronic music spectrum including Giles Peterson, Sasha, Mary Anne Hobbs, Joy Orbison and Dixon to name a few.
Warming things up in room 2 will be Dalston Superstore’s Dan Beaumont who will be giving us a taste of his new ‘Jam Factory’ project with a healthy dose of disco from his ‘Disco Bloodbath’ days.
Here is Dan's amazing promotional mix for the event;
Talented newcomers Zoo Look along with residents Hesseltime, Thick as thieves and John Malcolm Moore will be filling the gaps with their carefully selected house, disco and techno records.