Kenneth Christiansen, Fluxion, Brendon Moeller and Luke Hess will represent the Danish label at a party later this month.
Echocord has become a well-known source of deep, dubby techno over the last decade. In New York, the label will be represented by four artists as it celebrates ten years of existence, with founder Kenneth Christiansen confirmed to DJ. Live sets will come from NYC-based artist Brendon Moeller and Detroit's Luke Hess, as well as Fluxion, the Athenian producer who also used to put out records on seminal German imprint Chain Reaction. The party will mark Fluxion's first US appearance—and it's a rare stateside gig for Christiansen, as well. Local DJ Chanski will handle opening duties.
You'll need to RSVP at the Erratic website for location info, which will be revealed the day of the party. Tickets are available here on RA.