Bruce Stallion aka DJ Floorclearer
Tinnitus. Is. Three. I know it sounds well, miraculous, but it’s true, believe me. That’s three long years packed with 18 parties, over 100 hours of music in five different locations, a lorra lorra superb guests and a crew of resident DJs that is beyond compare. At present we’re lucky to have a residence at the best venue in Sheffield (Red House) with the loveliest management (J&T) the most tolerant bar staff, the wickedest soundsystem (danger noise), a superlative lightshow (thanks to BillyDMX) and the most talented and distinctive designer in the whole of Sheffield, with a refreshing, innovative approach to deadlines (the incomparable Matt Jones).
Last but not least (yeah I know it’s a worn out cliché but fuck it, it’s our birrrrfday) Tinnitus is incredibly fortunate to have the most amazing crowd of punters a humble night like ours could ever wish for. Without you there’s be no Tinnitus. You’re all great you are. I love you, I really do. Nah I mean it, you’re all my best mates . . .
Where was I? Oh yeah, we’re having a birthday party. Woohoo!
Matt Green – LIVE – 2 SETS
(Corrupt/Base Corrupt/Corrupt Redux/TTM)
Hailing from deepest, darkest South London, Matt Green has been a scion of the international hardcore techno scene for over a decade He started his prolific label, Corrupt Records back in 1998 and released many tunes and remixes on a number of seminal imprints over the following years. Recently he’s developed his own deeply individual take on the dubstep sound with his second label, Base Corrupt. Given all that we’re very, very lucky to have him play 2 live sets for us, showcasing material from both his production styles. This man’s about as hardcore as they come so expect it intelligent, dark, deep and deliciously industrial.
Bruce Stallion LIVE
The new nom de plume of Brighton’s DJ Floorclearer, Bruce Stallion is becoming renowned for his finely tuned, progressive (in a good way) and extremely dancefloor-friendly material. Superbly edited drums, trouser wobbling bass and old school vibes will abound, all held together with super high-grade rave glue.
Ebola is from Totnes (that’s a hick town in Devon). He’s been making tunes since 2000. He’s one of the founding members of Brighton’s infamous Wrong Music crew. In his own words his live sets are made up of ‘a mixed bag of grime, noise, booty-techno and breakcore punctuated by various technical hitches and drunken shouting.’ He’s really, bloody good.
DJ support will come from the one and only Distorted Panda and the no less distinguished Tek Rich.