The Spanish techno DJ will play shows in San Francisco, New York and Denver later this month.
Spanish producer and DJ Manuel Anós has released on labels like Mote-Evolver, Drumcode and Figure. Though his taste in techno is quite varied, with one RA review comparing him to Jonas Kopp, Anós quite often lands closer to the genre's harder edge. His first North American tour will begin on February 15th in San Francisco for a Hidden Measure gig. Taking place at F8, residents Daniel Yanov and Tracer will provide support along with Michael Perry. The next night he'll fly to Denver, where he'll co-headline the Norad Dance Bar with Tim Xavier. Support will come from Lurob and Roger That. Anós will then headline NYC's National Underground on February 23rd, for the 18th Rough and Tumble party. Hidden Recordings' Domingo Cava and Deepak Sharma are also billed for that one.
Tickets for the Denver party are available here, while those for the NYC event can be purchased here.