The Parisian producer will join Mutek's Vincent Lemieux at an all-night party this Saturday.
French house producer Pépé Bradock will make his official debut in Chicago this weekend, headlining a two-room, 12-hour party alongside Montreal's Vincent Lemieux.
Bradock has been an enigmatic presence in France's house scene since the late '90s. Besides being an in-demand remixer, he's probably best known for classic tracks like "Deep Burnt" and for his own Atavisme label, which has released a slow but steady stream of records over the past decade. Also at the top of the night's bill is Lemieux, a co-founder of Montreal's internationally acclaimed Mutek festival, who recently featured on the RA Exchange.
Bradock and Lemieux will be supported by a collection of mostly Chicago-based talent, including the night's host, JustQualityMusic and 101713 promoter PeteOne, along with local Klectik label artist Max Jacobson and Michael Serafini, who runs Chicago's Gramaphone record shop. The location will be announced just before the event, and tickets are still available here on RA.