Trym, Peryl, H880, HAEDES, Useless Position, CRDN
We decide to team up the STEƎR agency for our second event to bring 6 of their artists over from France, Germany and the Netherlands. With a broad spectrum of genres and styles, from dark ambient to hard industrial techno, this night promises to be absolutely wild with 6 rising talents, 5 UK debuts, 3 live acts and 1 agency on the forefront of cutting edge music.
Trym - Already smashing it across Europe with his hard, mesmerizing style. Trym blends styles of techno, rave and hard trance to form his sound with no compromise. He has graced warehouses in his home, Paris, in Germany, Poland, Russia and many more. His UK debut is in September in Glasgow and we are lucky enough to have him in London in November.
Peryl - A live act like no other, closely linked to Inhalt der Nacht’s Lebendig, Peryl’s style has no boundaries. From pounding electronic techno to macabre noise and industrial violence. Expect to be assaulted and transformed with his aggressive and unique style.
HAEDES - born right in the underbelly of Netherlands warehouse scene, HAEDES forges industrial and techno together to ravage sound systems and the people in front of them. With little care for the standards that surrounding bpm's and tempo, he takes hard techno to a whole new level.
H880 - A live act dedicated to brutal, relentless industrial tainted noise and techno. Always producing and experimenting, H880 is always expanding his sound and dark vision. Expect to be warped and transported to the depths of your inner demons.
Useless Position - This masked live set wizard embodies rebellion and expression. Producing provocative and captivating soundscapes and atmospheres, Useless Position soldiers on building his music and mission.
CRDN - DJ, producer and boss, CRDN is the man behind STEƎR and everything it’s come to stand for and represent. Incorporating his dark, spatial sounds with industrial and techno formats. CRDN never stops working, pushing STEƎR forward and making his sound and ideal known through his work.