No Artificial Colours
Death on the Balcony
Data Transmission started with the aim of being the best, most trustworthy and most eclectic site on the web for dance and electronic music. Four years later we’re still going strong, putting heart, body and soul into everything we do. February 2012 marks our anniversary at the forefront of dance and electronic music culture and we plan to mark the occasion in style.
In our 3rd year we went from our jam-packed boat party at Hideout Festival in Croatia with Aeroplane and Doorly to a roadblock at London's XOYO with KiNK,Tale Of Us and M A N I K, to our first party of 2012 at The Big Chill House with xxxy, D/R/U/G/S, Disclosure and Error Operator, building a reputation for going bigger and better every time.
Raising the bar again was no easy task, but for this special occasion we’ll be pulling out all the stops with a headline set by one of the biggest breakthrough artists of 2011 and a personal favourite of everyone at DT - none other than T.Williams. Support comes from another great 2011 discovery, No Artificial Colours, along with the multifaceted Death on the Balcony. Backing them up will be Ben Gomori and Lawrence Daffurn representing Data Transmission on the decks.
T.Williams has become one of the most potent forces in underground British house music. An original member of the Black Ops crew, and then a highly respected garage producer and DJ, he's recently drawn widespread praise for his rising Deep Teknologi imprint and his remix of Breach’sFatherless, and receiving high marks all round for his storming Break Broke EP.
No Artificial Colours - AKA Ryan Ellis and Lewis Wright - are a new deep house crew who are making waves in the run up to 2012. Since their Welcome to The Jungle EP, they’ve played alongside Nick Curly, Lee Foss, MANIK, Subb-an, Jordan Peak and Russ Yallop, in venues up and down the UK and across Europe.
Death on the Balcony are a Leeds-based outfit whose eclectic style blends with a solid appreciation of non-electronic influences, creating a heady, alternative angle to their deep and far-reaching disco, house and tech. Expect anything and everything from this duo’s record bag.
Rising talent and Data Transmission Round-Up man Ben Gomori will be setting the tone for T.Williams and NAC, blending his usual deep, bass heavy, luscious house sound to expert aplomb. Lawrence Daffurn completes the line-up, to demonstrate why he’s one to watch for the future.
Join the Data Transmission crew on February 4th at Shoreditch’s East Village, and help us celebrate 4 glorious years in the game - while we continue to bring you the best in dance and electronica, each and every day.
Purchase Super early bird tickets here: http://www.datatransmission.co.uk/4th
Tickets will increase to £7 then £10 OTD