Following the success of Inverted Audio's debut audiovisual rave with White Material’s co-founder ‘Young Male’ and psychedelic visuals from Matilda Skelton Mace, we’re proud to announce our next event focused on the darker realms of experimental electronic music and visual installations on Friday 5 February 2016 at the Bussey Building in Peckham, London.
Our second guest is 45 ACP, the grittier alias of French producer D.K. – Having released his debut album ‘Change Of Tone’ on Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. imprint, plus his recently released 3-track ‘Turn On The Night’ EP on sub-label Russian Torrent Versions, 45 ACP counts as one of the heralds of that lo-fi, dusty Chicago house and techno scene that’s riding high in Paris at the moment.
Inverted Audio founder and editor-in-chief Antepop will warm up the night offering a choice selection of techno and house music that fuels Inverted Audio. London based vinyl only deejayUrsula will be focusing on deep atmospheric techno. Closing the night is our in-house audio / visual maestro Em Ju Es Aj Si playing full-throttle techno till end.
London-based visual artist Matilda Skelton Mace will be installing her light sculptures at Bussey, encompassing psychedelic data bending and photographic collage, connecting with the music to create a magnetic audiovisual experience.
The event will take place on the second floor of the Bussey Building in Peckham (400 capacity max), boasting a stripped back warehouse environment.