The second edition of the Bristol party also features Ancient Methods and MPIA3.
Though Stott has been making dub techno for years, he's garnered a lot of attention as of late with two EPs and an album of "lo-fi production and dirge-like rhythms that chugged along somewhere in the 100 BPM region," as Will Lynch put it in a recent review. He'll be playing live at the upcoming party in Bristol. Other headliners include brutal German techno outfit Ancient Methods (also playing live) and MPIA3, the R&S-signed side project of London's Truss, which focuses on a similarly aggressive sort of techno. Local support will come from Room 237 resident Black Amiga.
Tickets for the party are available here on RA.