WHAT’S ON 24TH/25TH APRIL
- Mulljoy DJs
- Garden: SHAKE (Graham Dundon & James Rogers)
Gui Boratto is A&R and one of the owners, with his partner and brother Tchorta, of the Brazilian independent label, Megamusic, distributed by Trama.
From 2005 he began to dedicate himself to his own productions and compositions, displaying to the public an authoral and more personalized side to his abilities. With countless licenses with respected European labels, such as Plastic City, Circle, Kompakt, Audiomatique, among others, Gui Boratto has managed to appear in the chart and playlists of people like Michael Mayer, Tiefschwarz, Steve Bug, Phonique, Martin Landsky, Hernan Cattaneo, among others.
“I believe in good and bad taste. not only in music, but, in all kinds of artistic expression. despite the style, hype, name or whatever, I just want to release beautiful pieces of music. good music is unanimous. let’s have a different approach! ”
Room 1 – Stage:
Subject x Power House
Head High [Shed] w/
& Prosumer – 4 Hour B2b Set
Pfadfinderei – VJ
Room 2 – Basement:
Pick ‘N Mix w/
Mark Lynch B2b Rich Murphy
Room 3 – Loft:
Hubie Davison (Hidden Agenda, IE)
This April, Hidden Agenda presents a double bill featuring UK post-rock outfit VESSELS & Canadian producer JACK J. Vessels have built a cult following for their incredible live shows which bridge the gap between post-rock and dance music in a truly unique that is theirs to own. With incredible covers of Modeselektor and James Holden, they have demonstrated that there is something very unique about this band. They release their new album Dilate this March, with huge expectations and their energetic live show will leave you breathless!
“We wanted to create live shows where people go to party rather than admire time signatures,” Martin Teff (Vessels).
Dilate began as experiments with looped sounds and vintage synths, the tracks flourishing when played live together in a room. Producer Richard Formby (Spectrum, Wild Beasts, Darkstar) was brought in to finesse the recordings and mix the album in his Leeds studio. Vessels have graced stages at Glastonbury, Simple Things, Beat Herder and Beacons, as well as Berlin’s legendary Berghain club. Like Jon Hopkins, Moderat and Caribou before them, the band have pulled off the elusive trick of translating their intricate, sometimes epic, always uplifting studio creations to the live arena.
Meanwhile, on support, we have JACK J who is one half of Prender Street Steppers and responsible for one of our favourite EP’s of the year, in particular the stand out hit Something (On My Mind). Released with very little hype on Mood Hut Records, the jazz-sampling house record has been one of the underground records of the year.
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Jon Subsaharan 1:00am – 2:30am
Dexter (D3x) 12:00am – 1:00am
MoZy 11pm – 12am
JahMonk ( RaggaJungle.Dublin/SCM) 10pm – 11pm
Dusty Tonez 9pm to 10pm
Beer Garden Stage