Berlin transplant Lee Curtiss is headlining Spectral Sound's sixth Death Is Nothing To Fear tour across North America.
Berlin transplant Lee Curtiss is headlining Spectral Sound's sixth 'Death Is Nothing To Fear' tour across North America.
A former Detroit resident, Curtiss spins deep, dark house and techno that mingles the city's heritage with modern ideas. As a producer, his mind-controlling teutonic techno has made its way onto releases for labels such as Wolf+Lamb, Dumb Unit, Esperanza and very soon Spectral Sound.
Over the next six weeks, Curtiss is spearheading the latest DINTF residency with a thirteen-date tour across North America. Highlights include a live set with Samim and Alex Smoke for the Kontrol crew in San Francisco as well as an appearance at the penultimate Robots bash in New York alongside Ewan Pearson and Bill Patrick. The tour also includes stops in Juarez and Montreal and time off to sneak in some of mum's homecooking too.
Nov 24 First Avenue, Minnesota
Nov 29 Robots, Cielo, New York
Nov 30 The Yard, Miami
Dec 1 Kontrol, End Up, San Francisco
Dec 7 Republic, Northern Lights, Detroit
Dec 15 Touch Supperclub, Cleveland
Dec 20 Sonotheque, Chicago
Dec 22 Club 1415, Houston
Dec 28 Compression, Los Angeles
Dec 31 Blood & Thunder II, Galapagos, Brooklyn
Jan 19 Igloofest, Montreal
Jan 26 Hardpop, Juarez