Wolf + Lamb, Issac Tichauer, Tanner Ross
Hidden Agenda Present:
WOLF + LAMB (Wolf + Lamb Music, US)
TANNER ROSS (Wolf + Lamb Music, US)
ISSAC TICHAUER (French Express, FR)
Button Factory, Dublin 2, Saturday 02 February 2013
Doors 11pm, Advance Tickets €12eu
Some wild extremes make up the whole that is WOLF + LAMB. But for over a decade, these differences have only sparked the seismic energies that Zev and Gadi bring to dance music. They’ve never cared much for current convention – for being “fast enough”, “hard enough”, or “cool enough” to win favour with the party culture hype machine. They play passionate music that moves hearts, and not just feet. From their subterranean throwdowns in their Brooklyn corner known as the Marcy Hotel, to the 2005 founding and continued expansion of their family of labels, amid the warm winters and electric environs of Miami – it’s always been about the two of them enjoying life, learning to live with each other, and making friends and fans that become part of the family.
From Zev’s savvy design and production, to Gadi’s talent for sniffing out path breaking artists to bring into the fold, there’s a knack they have for making it all hold together. And that means Wolf + Lamb is a home to the artists that thrive on its mantra: Deniz Kurtel, Nicolas Jaar, No Regular Play, Soul Clap, Voices of Black, Tanner Ross, Slow Hands, and more. For Gadi and Zev, nothing could be better than being in this bustling world among these friends, orchestrating the sounds and sights of the moment, and always looking forward to what’s yet to come.
Also on the bill is ISSAC TICHAUER. Over the past 6 months, Isaac has prepared his first ever original offering, 'Devotion' which is 9 tracks of ethereal, atmospheric, metaphysical, tropical & tribal house music. A full-length of this sort deserves every bit of praise, especially with Isaac taking his first real leap of faith into the desolate genre-less fields of the current music industry for the first time. Initially born completely deaf, the doctors were able to luckily heal his right ear. Producing with limited hearing might seem like flying on one engine to most of us, but is totally natural for the fella who only knows mono..