Martin Buttrich (live)
Room 2: hosted by Random
Adam Neenan & Sam Neicho
Taking place on Easter Saturday 30th March, Loco Dice brings to London his distinctive, self-composed sound, for one of the most anticipated club shows of 2013. Hosted at Brixton’s beautifully converted 1930’s cinema Electric, the Desolat co-founder will demonstrate why he remains one of electronic music’s most influential and inspiring figures, as he is joined by a hand-picked selection of the world’s most prolific DJ talent. On the night Loco Dice will be joined in the main room by Martin Buttrich [Live], Guti [Live], Robert Dietz and Hector, whilst Random hosts room 2.
By fusing curious, ironic and creative ideas with electronic music, Guti has quickly become one of the most interesting producers to emerge from Latin America in recent years. Following his partnership with the Desolat family, Guti’s live show has leapt from strength to strength, forcing its way into the world’s leading clubs. His Electric debut will be a showcase of pure musical brilliance and a unique opportunity to witness the deep musical understanding between himself and his Desolat cohorts.
Having released outstanding productions for the likes of Desolat, Cadenza, Cecille, Deep Vibes and Running Back, Robert Dietz is recognised as one of the most in-demand DJs in deep house and techno. Dietz’s sound captures the celebratory spirit of old-fashioned club music, joining it with sleek, 21st century vibes. His addition to the Loco Dice weekender will be met with huge acclaim, as he showcases his versatility and deep knowledge of the finest underground sounds.
From Fabric to Berlin to Ibiza, Hector has rapidly established himself as one of the most exciting young producers on the planet, effortlessly experimenting with the founding spirit of house. Fully focused on the dance floor’s needs and desires, his sets are full of energy, precision and soul. With standout performances at Fabric, Watergate, Cirque Paradis and Desolat showcases across the planet, Hector completes this line-up of raw underground talent.
Electric Brixton, Town Hall Parade, London, SW2 1RJ
Open from 11.00pm – 8.00am
Nearest Tube: Brixton (Victoria Line) / Stockwell (Northern Line)