We’re back down the Dance Tunnel this month with special guests
HUNEE & YOUNG MARCO.
Come down & get involved…
We’re back at Dalston’s favourite basement for a Heavy weight double helping of European talent. HUNEE & YOUNG MARCO will be working that system to the bone amongst the smoke & strobes on Friday May 24th.
Very excited to bring the Berlin & Amsterdam flavour to Dalston, with a couple of serious serious record collections. House in all its forms, huge slabs of disco, techno, jack trax, & weirdness = heads down hands up party.
Support from The Pool crew Ben Terry & Rob Needham.
Friday May 24th
95 Kingsland High Street
£5 before 11
HUNEE is a good eater. He comes from a grey and boring city, where heavy industrialization and green forests go hand in hand. In his teenage years, he used to colour this environment with rap and soul music.
Now being a Berlin resident for almost ten years – he eats bumpin’ disco for breakfast, heats up deep jackin’ music for lunch and slows it soulfully down for dinner. In the night he prefers to spend his time cookin a special meal on the turntables. He is a good swimmer too – when he’s out of the water, he makes records for labels like feel music, w.t. records, internasjonal and retreat.
Amsterdam native DJ, producer and certified dude YOUNG MARCO has been on the forefront of the city’s bustling underground scene for nearly a decade.
Coming up through several now infamous residencies, he quickly gained notoriety for his genre-defying and ballsy DJ sets with a unique take on dance music, playing everything from lost proto-house and raw jaktrax to Libyan disco anthems.
After releasing several records on Rush Hour he soon found a home on Lovefingers’ ESP Institute where he continues to craft his signature zonked out house sound filled with broken drum computers and uncool 90’s new-age synthesizers.
His releases are already becoming sought after collectables, which are getting support from heads like Dixon and James Murphy. His growing number of remixes range from fellow ESP heads Soft Rocks and Michael Ozone to Afro legend Francis Bebey with many more in the pipeline.