Raw M.T. (Wicked Bass / Mörk / Lobster Theremin)
Denis Sulta (Dixon Avenue Basement Jams)
Asquith (Lobster Theremin / Mörk)
Noah Hope (comm•une)
comm•une return to Dance Tunnel in East London once again, this time with a choice selection of emerging house and techno talent from across Europe - taking in Venice, Glasgow, Brighouse and beyond.
Coincidentally born in San Donà di Piave, a city and commune within the Venetian Province, this one must be fate. Young Italian Raw MT announced his arrival on Ukranian label Wicked Bass Records back in 2013, the label that first introduced the world to Huerco S. The Raw Music Theory EP was a scorching exercise in brooding techno and unworldy electro, backed with two piping hot Greg Beato remixes. His most recent analogue exploration landed on Mörk, sister label of the brilliant Lobster Theremin, swinging from hazy seaside house through to walloping techno.
Earning his stripes and musical education working at the world renowned Rub A Dub record store and holding down regular sets at musical mecca Sub Club, Denis Sulta is the next name set to emerge from the fertile Glasgow scene. Cutting his teeth under the guidance of some of the cities most respected local heads, DJs and producers, his releases on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams are impeccably constructed. Pulta's fearless club trax are a regular fixture in the record bags of Jackmaster, Optimo, Dark Sky and many others. Also well known as a heavyweight selector, his London debut is quite the prospect.
As head lobster at Lobster Theremin, and sub-label Mörk, Jimmy Asquith has created a unrelenting house and techno beast. Starting life in late 2013 the label has quickly amassed a near cult following, pressing records like greased lightning whilst maintaining a level of quality that has earned the label "buy on sight" status. Following his recent Panorama Bar debut, what better time to check Asquith in the Dance Tunnel with a big bag of realness.