The all-dutch lineup at Trouw features Delta Funktionen, Dexter, Serge, A Made Up Sound and San Proper among others.
Clone, Delsin and Rush Hour will join forces this Friday for an ADE showcase at Trouw.
Together the three labels form a sort of Dutch house and techno triumvirate, with at least as much influence abroad as they have at home. Clone and Rush Hour both follow the same complex business model from their respective home cities (Rotterdam and Amsterdam): record label (with numerous sub-labels), record shop (both online and brick-and-mortar) and international distributor. Delsin, meanwhile, has been one of Holland's most esteemed techno labels for over a decade, with a catalog that includes dubby classics like Newworldaquarium's "Trespassers."
The showcase this Friday will be a rare chance to see all three labels coming together under one roof. Representing Clone are A Made Up Sound, Dexter (playing live), Gerd, label founder Serge and electro luminary Danny Wolfers, AKA Legowelt, who will play live with Xosar. From the Delsin camp there's Delta Funktionen, Conforce (playing live) and Aroy Dee. San Proper and Tom Trago will fly the flag for Rush Hour, with the latter DJing solo and playing live with Awanto 3 as Alfabet.
The party will take over both floors of the club. Tickets are available here on RA.