Schuhmacher (1605, Great Stuff Recordings)
Lee H (House Trap)
Gavin Quiet (Dark Knights)
Ramsey (Dark Knights)
Dizzit (Dark Knights)
FRIDAY THE 6th JULY 9pm to 2am AT THE EXETER PHOENIX TERRACE. FREE BEFORE 10pm ONLY £3 AFTER THAT.
Even though this even is only one week after the amazing Dark Knights to Day Lights. It will have all the tech punch you need.
Schuhmacher is a producer that has had some massive releases to his name on labels such as 1605 (Umek's Label) and Great Stuff Records (Tomcraft Label). It give us grate pleasure to have him come and grace the terrace with his amazing sounds.
Born in Zurich (Switzerland) Mike’s passion for music became clearly recognizable and began to grow even more within his early teenage years. Mike spent a lot of time performing as a musician with his own band but his interests began to move more toward the technical side of music production and sound design. After disbanding Mike began to dedicate his time and effort in perfecting his obvious talent for music production, concentrating mostly on electronic music. In 2002 he then founded Synthetic Productions. Mike soon began producing dance tracks for the Swiss Dance Industry and gradually Synthetic Productions rose to become one of Switzerland’s biggest Production Agencies, producing leading dance acts followed by releases on labels such as Ministry of Sound, Sony BMG and Kontor, giving him the final breakthrough outside of the Swiss market. Now, after his fusion with Panevino Entertainment things can only get bigger.....!
There will also be Exeter House Trap Legend Lee H. Not the first time lee has played for dark knights and most definitely not the last. Lee H was born on the 7th December 1979 and began mixing at the tender age of 14. He gained his first set at just 16, playing at The Tube in Tiverton, playing for a small promotion called Plastic Fantastic. After playing at the Tube a couple times that same year, Lee became resident for Big Hammer Promotions, playing at The Burston in Bow. The Burston was a small club, with a capacity of around 300, but renowned for its underground scene. After 6 months, Big Hammer branched out holding nights further a field, at venues such as The Grove in Seaton and The Paradise Club in Honiton. By this time Lee H was playing most weekends and the bookings came flooding in. Promoters, like Legend and Madhouse Mania from North Devon, who held bigger nights with DJ such as Carl Cox, Trevor Rockliffe and Tony De Vit also asked Lee to come down and play. This is where Lee really started getting behind his music, to impress the punters.
Then there will be the normal Dark Knights resident djs there. Such as Gavin not so Quiet, Ramsey and Dizzy Dizzit. Not much you don't know about this mad trio. If you don't know much about them well you better come to this party and see how the guy love nothing more than a banging out door party. With the finest in tech house and techno and the maddest in party going people. Dark Knights has more fun in it than the fun house