Antiphase and Kiddo will play a "1st Dance" set as the Detroit DJ returns to Chicago.
Daniel Bell will head to the Windy City next Saturday to handle the Funktion One's of Smart Bar.
Originally from California, Bell grew up in Detroit and drew international acclaim for his minimal techno productions in the early '90s. He collaborated with Richie Hawtin and John Acquaviva under the famed Cybersonik alias, and was an integral part of Hawtin's Plus 8 label in its early days before founding his own imprint, Accelerate. As DBX, Bell released a number of influential techno tracks like 1994's "Losing Control," and these days he stays busy on decks around the world, with this Chicago appearance coming after a summer full of bookings across Europe.
Bell's last set in Chicago was on December 31st, when he headlined the No Affiliation NYE party, and he'll return next weekend to play with some familiar faces: Sevron from No Affiliation will play a set, and the night will also celebrate the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Antiphase and Kiddo. Kiddo (AKA RA's own Elly Rifkin) and her husband Antiphase will take over the decks for their "1st Dance" set.