Supported by KinkFM and Beatfreax
live: Vector Lovers (Soma, uk)
Vector Lovers is Martin Wheeler, who released several EPs and a CD on Soma quality Recordings. His latest up Computerfnk features the voice of Monster Movie’s Sean Hewson.
Jori Hulkkonen (F-comm, fin)
Jori Hulkkonen’s breakthrough was the Selkäsaari Tracks album in 1996. 2005 sees Jori releasing his most adventurous record so far; Dualizm features contributions from John Foxx, Tiga, Nick Triani, José Gonzáles and Jerry Valuri.
Billy Nasty (Electix, uk)
Style: techno and electro
Well known all over the world as one of the major electronic music icons for his mixes, productions and label management. In 1991 he mixed a new CD series entitled Journey's By DJ. It showcased Billy's fresh and developing style - even gaining him an entry into the Guinness Book Of Records as the first ever DJ to produce a commercial mix. At the end of the 90’s he set up his own imprint label called Tortured. Got famous with techno, but also likes to play excellent electro and old school hiphop.
live: Solvent (Suction Records, Ghostly International, can)
Solvent a.k.a Jason Amm is Canada’s modern answer to the British synthpop wave of the 80’s. His finely crafted electropop tunes have made a big impact on the scene, released both through the Suction Records imprint he runs with friend Lowfish, and on labels like Vynalogica and Ghostly International, which released his Apples and Synthesizers CD last year to critical acclaim.
DK7 live (Output, s/irl)
DK7 are Swedish DJ/producer Jesper Dahlback and Irish singer-songwriter Mark O'Sullivan. Together as DK7 they have focused in on the old skool acid sound. Check: The Difference (Output)
DJ Eva Maria (Electronation, nl)
VJ 310K (nl)
Art-performance by Vreemd; Sugar Factory weekly Thursday's clubnight.