Nathan Fake, Club Junque, Damien Osborne, Nick Robbins, A-Tonez, Pixl, Ctrl Alt Delicious, Kiz, Social Hooligans, Fingers, DJ C-BU, King Lee
Saturday the 2nd February Chinese Laundry welcome back one of the UK’s finest electronic live acts NATHAN FAKE. Nathans long awaited return to the Cave is one we have been hanging for, after blowing our minds during his last visit in 2009. Nathan’s live shows are an audio and visual spectacular, as he fits and jerks his way through his sets with incredible focus, elbows flailing and body contorted to impossible angles.
NATHAN FAKE: Norfolk born and bred heir to the UK electronica throne Nathan Fake has kept fans of fuzzy-edgedsynths and pounding acidic techno beats alike guessing ever since his debut release at the tenderage of 19.
And now, having just reached his 29th birthday milestone, he is back with exuberant new album main event 'Steam Days', a breathtaking landmark on Nathan Fake's road to musical maturity which Nathan has rightly branded his “best work to date”, oscillating effortlessly between
both ends of the electronic spectrum to reprise both the soothing melodic indulgence and heavy dance floor assault of his albums of yore.
And although a career that has been characterised by such deftly-executed electronic versatility may to the outsider appear chameleonic, schizophrenic
even, one thing has remained constant throughout his decade at the electronica coalface: a very real sense of the artist behind the machines, no matter which production hat Fake may currently be sporting.