No Sleep are back with another triple line up in December. Bringing you Daniel Bortz, Milton Jackson and Jacksonville.
Door tax: £10 (£5 before midnight)
Visuals: AV & Pauline McCloy
Born 1981, lives and produced in Augsburg.
As a DJ, Daniel was the first time in 1995 on local events in Freising. In the following years, he recorded, among other things The Analog Digital Festival / Munich (live), Club Achter Mai / Berlin, the City Jazz Festival / Brunswick, U60311/Frankfurt, kerosene / Augsburg and regularly several clubs in and outside Germany. Since 2007 he has been resident DJ at the Rote Sonne in Munich. Moreover, he invites a monthly national and international DJ guests on his own highly successful series of events at the Black Sheep (Forza Electronica) in Augsburg.
1995 was also the starting year for Daniel as a producer. After a first remix for Media Records in 2005, he published regularly on different labels, including his own imprint Pastamusik. In 2011 he became a member of the SUOL family through his highly acclaimed “The One”-EP.
Milton Jackson ||
Bionic Boy received plaudits from Tom Middleton, Laurent Garnier and Ashley Beadle – Jockey Slut called MJ ‘the most exciting thing to happen to UK house music’ and awarded the album 5 stars. Bionic Boy spawned some memorable singles; Sunlight even got a review in NME, ‘Dimensional’ tickled Romanthony’s feathers so much he asked to remix it. After the success of Bionic Boy and the accompanying live tour, EPs were completed for the likes of Black Vinyl, Bear Trax (Milton’s own label) and Omid 16B’s Alola. A plethora of pseudonyms were adopted - Mitchell Sphynx, Obelix, Napoleon Solo, Play-Boy and Emjay. Milton even worked with a young Mylo on their ‘Pretty Boys’ project.
2008 saw Milton’s most successful single to date – Ghosts In My Machines. A firm Miami favourite and played by DJs as diverse as Sebo K, Justin Martin and Jimpster this track was released as part of Freerange’s 100th release. One of the most popular deep house tracks of 2008, it went down a storm when Milton played it live at the Sonar festival.
No Sleep Residents w/ Jacksonville