Concrète @ The Ferret
We like to keep you abreast of top events here at Beats of Rage, especially when they happen to land in our back garden. This Sunday at 8pm, Concrète will be taking over one of our favourite haunts – The Ferret, (which incidentally makes the sexiest burgers in the city) for a night that is set to hook in a killer line up of live electronic acts for our listening pleasure, with zero entrance fee. Not bad eh?
We’re stoked that one of the runaway stars of our recent Festival of Friends – Charles Heap AKA Pish will be donning his vowel-less PRTYDSTRYR moniker to deliver another rough and ready, 808 and 303 journey, kicking out a bunch of his own original tracks as well a few amped up versions of well worn acid house classics.
Not sure what we’re on about? Get his live set from our Festival of Friends in your lugholes via the Soundcloud embed below. PRTYDSTRYR hits our own Birthday party on the 4th October, so this will be a great chance to see what new material he’s been secretively working on.
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The night will also boast a debut acid/IDM/who knows set from hardware wizard Durham Modun. Those that have come into contact with the self-effacing, walking encyclopaedia of electronica will no doubt be gagging to see what he has up his sleeve, having honed his knob-twiddling skills out of the public eye for something approaching 30 years. To finally witness some of his painstakingly arranged, analogue mastery out in the open will be something else.
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The same can be said of Robin Hill, who will be delivering some of his cerebral synth workouts and bubbling acid sounds, alongside Assisted Dying’s ‘post industrial primitivism’ – which you can hear in his superb promo mix tape above.