The German tech house DJ will visit Australia for two gigs in the first weekend of February.
Martin Eyerer will play shows in Melbourne and Sydney on February 3rd and 4th respectively.
The German tech house DJ, producer and label owner has been on the circuit for more than two decades, with his Kling Klong imprint now in its seventh year. 2011 was a particularly prolific year for Kling Klong, with a total of 19 records released in the twelve month period, including Oliver Klein's debut album, Gallery. On the production front, Eyerer has been involved in numerous collaborations in recent times, teaming up with artists like Tom Clark, Sasse and Daniele Papini for various 12-inch releases. Bells A Go, his first solo record in two years, is scheduled for release later this month on Kling Klong.
Eyerer's Melbourne show on February 3rd will be presented by Under One Roof down at Brown Alley. Doors will open at 10:00 PM and support will be in the form of Highgrade artists David K and Markus Homm. The following night will be held at The Spice Cellar as a celebration of Kling Klong's seventh anniversary, kicking off at 10:00 PM and running right through until 10:00 AM. Local DJs Murat Kilic, Garry Todd and Nic Scali are among the other acts playing. Tickets to the Melbourne show are available through RA.