Even Tuell, Dynamo Dreesen, Joy Orbison
For our next party we welcome back Workshop’s Even Tuell, as well as Acido Records head Dynamo Dreesen. Resident Joy Orbison will support on the night.
It’s been three years since Even Tuell first came to play for us in Manchester, on that occasion we hosted a full Workshop label showcase featuring Lowtec, kassem Mosse and Tuell. All three artists made a lasting impression on us that night, including Tuell’s ability of selecting need-to-know records through out the night that stuck with us.
Longstanding resident at Frankfurt’s famous Robert Johnson night club, Tuell has slowly built a reputation for being one of the best and most underrated djs around. In 2002 he released his first vinyl, on Lowtec’s Out To Lunch imprint. This would help form a relationship that would lead to the pair to establish Workshop in 2006. Since its creation, Workshop have crafted a distinct identity that blurs the lines between house and techno, and has become renown as being a platform for producers such as Kassem Mosse, Move D, Lowtec, Madteo and Tuell to showcase their best work.
We’re excited about Even Tuell coming back to Manchester to dj for us again and to continue our relationship with the Workshop collective.
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Acido Records head Andreas Krumm AKA Dynao Dreesen brings his freakish house and techno to Manchester for the first time. Dreesen, who is heavily affiliated with Dj Sotofett‘s Sex Tags Mania imprint, has been releasing music through his own Acido Records since 2004 and has released on other labels such as Morphine Records, Wania and Sex Tags. His productions focus on an analog heavy sound, often creating raw electronics reminiscent of Chicago house and Detroit electro but experimenting with the formular for his own interpretations. He has also produced under the name of Dreesvn, alongside SVN, releasing the impressive ‘Woodlandscene EP’ on Acido.
Dreesen’s obsession with vinyl and analogue sounds helps shape his dj style, which blends a mixture of house, techno and oldschool electro.
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Support on the night comes from resident Joy Orbison.