Pariah (3hr Set)
🌐 Advance tickets are now sold out but fear not; as always we have plenty held back for the door. 🌐
The first 30 tickets on the door will be £8, and it will be £10 thereafter - these will be first come first serve.
Doors open at 11, and Pariah is playing 12 - 3. We recommend getting to the club early for maximum pleasure. We can’t wait to get this party kicked off, its set to be special!
Celebrating 3 years of parties across Glasgow and Edinburgh, we welcome Arthur Cayzer aka Pariah up for his La Cheetah Club debut and first Scottish solo appearance for 5 years! 🌐 This is a rare chance to catch a titan of the UK scene playing in a very intimate space and we cannot wait.
➫ Extended 3 hours set!
➫ Limited advance tickets just £7!
Having stormed onto the scene in 2010 on legendary Belgian imprint R&S with the “Safehouses” EP, and following up with the timeless Detroit Falls / Orpheus, Pariah quickly earmarked himself as a figurehead of a new wave of UK techno, displaying equally prevalent influences from classic Detroit as well as the seminal bass heavy sounds of his hometown of London. Alongside his solo productions, Pariah is widely known as one half of the infamous Karenn project, an all analogue, improvised techno duo alongside Jamie Roberts aka Blawan. The raw unhinged sounds of their hardware played off the cuff and a critically acclaimed Boiler Room set made Karenn one of the worlds most in-demand live techno acts, being booked worldwide and turning in remixes for Kowton, Delta Funktionen and Jon Hopkins amongst others.
As well as the Karenn live show, Blawan and Pariah founded the Works the Long Nights label, acting as the main outlet for Karenn’s recorded output, with a series of 3 hand-stamped records appearing alongside releases from Sunil Sharpe, Trade (the joint project of Surgeon and Blawan) and a collaboration from Midland and Pariah himself.
With a clear focus on quality over quantity and a more sparse release schedule than his contemporaries, Pariah continues to tour prolifically. We’re very excited to let him showcase his low-slung, free-wheeling DJ style in the intimate space of the La Cheetah basement.