DVS1, Andy Barton, Graeme Binnie, Neil Clark
** DVS1 POSTPONED, RESIDENTS ALL NIGHT **
We are gutted to announce, after everything looking so positive this morning, DVS1's flights have now been cancelled so we are going to have to postpone his set tonight.
Although the conditions in Scotland are getting better, the weather in London has deteriorated and it's his flights into and out of here that have been cancelled.
Anyone who bought a ticket will be entitled to a refund, or hang on to it until we find a new date for DVS1.
We are still running Headway this evening however, all DVS1 ticket holders will be admitted free entry until 11.30pm, then £5 for all thereafter.
We'll be playing plenty techno tonight so get yourself down for a bounce!
We’re delighted to announce that we've finally managed to bring someone we’ve been after for many years to Dundee for the first time, one of the best techno DJs around – DVS1!
We are also pleased to host the official warm-up tour for the eagerly anticipated Terminal V Easter Festival which will be taking place on Sunday 1st of April at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh. This year’s line-up will feature some of the biggest techno acts around just now such as Rødhåd, Pan-Pot, Amelie Lens, Helena Hauff and more.
Immersed in the heydays of the '90s Midwest rave scene, DVS1 (Zak Khutoretsky) has gained a highly respected reputation for his versatile skills, infectious energy and physical power behind the decks...
As a resident DJ of Berlin’s infamous Berghain / Panorama Bar, he moves floors of the world’s most prestigious and best venues crafting the art of DJing through always being in the mix, pushing his own boundaries and sensitively reacting to the people’s energy. Molded by massive sound systems composed of walls of speakers, DVS1’s vision of techno is based on the physical power of music. Zak’s pure approach of sound being his personal channel to capture the very moment in time is as dedicated as his continuation to shape the electronic scene in his hometown Minneapolis – from throwing illegal warehouse parties to owning a nightclub to running his own sound company for two decades.
After his first original releases on Klockworks and Transmat, he was not only introduced to a bigger audience, hence creating a strong fellowship for his own imprints: While HUSH showcase DVS1’s love for deep, purist techno and only his music, Mistress Recordings reflects his wide range as a beat and rhythm addict presenting some of his secret weapons that touches all corners of the dance floor and beyond. With a combination of deep musical knowledge, unparalleled enthusiasm, and a vinyl collection of more than 30,000 records, DVS1 is also renowned as an outspoken defender of underground’s true values that established the American DJ, producer and label owner as a truly exceptional character of today’s contemporary electronic music scene.