The Berlin techno DJ makes a rare trip stateside this weekend.
Bradley is a Berliner who crafts dark, dubby techno. He released his debut album Tragedy Of Truth this past spring through Do Not Resist The Beat!, his longest-running label. He's also known for projects like the particularly gloomy The End Of All Existence concept (whose third release has just been announced), the acid-drenched Alien Rain moniker and the K209 collaboration alongside Henning Baer.
On a rare visit to the US (he's only played a couple gigs in the country previously), he'll touch down in Washington DC this Friday. There, he'll headline the first edition of a new all-night warehouse party called Sequence, hosted by Void Archive, Select DC and TechnoFist. The local support includes Vague Output's Ben Jenkins, playing in the "Select Ambient Works" second room.
Then on Saturday, Bradley will hit Brooklyn's Bossa Nova Civic Club for a Childhood Industries night. White Material affiliate Young Male and No-Tech label boss Ciarra Black (playing live) also feature on the lineup for that one.
Bradley was recruited by Semantica earlier this year to remix a Cio D'Or track, "Now Is Ever." Listen in to his take.
Tickets to Sequence.000 in DC are available on RA.