Line-up /Lemos (live) (Cecille/Resopal), Geddes (Murmur/Mulletover), Richard Adam (Resident)
****SIMMER MOVES TO SECRET PRIVATE VENUE. GUESTLIST ONLY PLEASE SEND US YOUR NAMES TO SIMMER.INFO@GMAIL.COM****
And so the Good Life crew return under our new and permanent guise, SIMMER.
To ensure that no party remains the same, for this event, we have moved to a SECRET LOCATION, right in the heart of East London, near Aldgate East. This unique 300 capacity studio space is a private venue previously untouched by London party circuit.
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Always committed to bringing you the fresh, the unlikely and the renowned, for this event we are delighted to introduce one of Europe's hottest rising producers, the enigmatic Lemos, who will be performing a live set, and the London establishment that is Geddes.
Hailing from Athens and widely recognised as one of the major new talents of the electronic scene, Lemos has a truly deep rooted musical background. Already a veteran of the piano and a guitarist in a punk band, he later started getting into the jazz and funk sounds of the likes of Booker T, John Coltrane and Herbie Hancock, learning to play the clarinet and saxophone en route. And all the while he built up his collection of house and techno, experimenting with drum machines and synths. The eventuality can only be described as a unique smorgasbord of sound, much lauded through his releases on Cecille, Resopal and 8bit, whilst he has done many a collaboration with his compatriot and good friend, Kreon, and the ultra hip French art and production outfit, Masemenos.
DJ, Producer, Label Owner and Promoter, Geddes consistently contributes to each corner of London's underground House and Techno scene. As head honcho of Mulletover, he has undoubtedly created one of the capital's leading brands of underground warehouse party, constantly finding new and imaginative spaces with a great range of guests from around the world.
As a producer he rolls under the Rekleiner guise alongside Anthony Middleton and Luca Sapora, creating a dubby, deep and sometimes haunting sound which has gained international recognition and support through labels including Moodmusic, Connaisseur, Infant and Tsuba, as well as more recently under his own imprint, Murmur.