Luke Slater will play live at the Birmingham party this weekend, with support from Redshape and Frequency 7.
Atomic Jam has become one of the UK's best-known techno club nights over the course of its 14-year history, and for good reason: It's consistently huge line-ups attract a clued up and energetic audience from right across the country. Fresh from his main stage performance last Saturday at Bloc, Luke Slater will make sure that the beats are raw and pounding during his headlining performance in Q Club's main room, and he'll be joined by fellow Bloc participant Surgeon, who will perform as part of his Frequency 7 outfit alongside longtime friend and collaborator Ben Sims. What with this being Atomic Jam, the second half of the bill keeps up the pressure, with Redshape bringing his mask and live equipment along, and residents on the night—Mark Broom and Chris Finke also set to perform.
Drum & bass producer Calyx will headline the second room, which focuses on darker sounds and higher tempos, and room three will be dedicated to Italo and electro, with Mr Pauli and DJ Overdose both flying over from the Hague to perform live as The Novamen. Overdose will also follow this with a DJ set of purely old-school electro, which is sure to be a breath of fresh air to all of the banging main room techno action.