The two labels will take over Studio 80 later this month.
Following the success of "Dangly Panther" and the recent release of his Selected Remixes 2004-2008, Jimpster's visit to the ADE will showcase more of his productions and expose his supporting selection of bright stars currently driving the deep house scene.
Buzzin Fly's Ben Watt recently dubbed Jimpster a "future soul kingpin and bittersweet house don." His set in Amsterdam is sure to reflect this statement, freeing dancefloors from the grips of the minimal overlords with his trademark deep house cuts.
Playing alongside Jimpster will be Shur-i-kan, a long time and key contributor to Freerange, a relationship that started with 2001's dreamy jazz-influenced Advance, 2004's more dance oriented follow-up album Waypoints and a string of EP's.
Holding things up for 8bit will be label head Nick Curly, whose hand has guided the label to cult success with releases from SIS, Johnny D and more. As the co-head of Cécille as well, expect Curly to be bringing a host of unreleased tunes with him to the show.