You can catch the brilliant Machines In Heaven live at the Sunday Circus 8th Birthday celebrations in Glasgow this Sunday. MiH are on early doors at this show, around 5.30 for an experimental set and so make sure get there early. Read more about the event below.
To get you into the mood, you can check out this exclusive, a brilliant remix of the MiH track “Displacer” lovingly re-worked by Nightwave.
You can grab the full release HERE.
MICHAEL MAYER (KOMPAKT) 3HR SET
Petrichor (live) (Soma)
Machines In Heaven (Experimental set) 5.30PM START
EARLYBIRD & FIRST RELEASE SOLD OUT
RA: SOLD OUT
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Michael Mayer, boss and co-founder of Cologne’s seminal Kompakt label (celebrating 20 years this year)- Always distinctive and yet wildly multi-faceted, Kompakt has, throughout its continuing evolution, represented mind blowing big room techno, leftfield pop experimentation and chin-stroking shoegaze. As a DJ Mayer is known for weaving together long and story telling sets of house and techno from across the ages, he is also a super producer and remixer with an enviable and often referenced back catalogue. An integral part in the way that techno has developed in recent years, It’s safe to say he loves being challenged and regardless of the pressure is never putting less than 100% of his heart and soul into everything he does.
Several acts will be joining Michael Mayer at the Old Fruitmarket, first up performing live for a second time at Sunday Circus is the talent that is Simon Stoke’s AKA Petrichor, one of Soma’s rapidly rising stars. People in Glasgow have been buzzing about Simon’s music for years and quite rightly so. Simon’s just released his new album ‘Mångata’ to outstanding reviews (including an album of the month (8/10) in Mixmag). As always on the line up, our own connoisseur Tricky. Showing such a high level of skill in warming up over the years, Tricky can adapt his sound effortlessly delivering some outstanding sets to our crowd and showing why he’s one of Glasgow’s finest. Completing the line up, we are delighted to have Glasgow band Machines In Heaven who will perform an experimental warm up set. Their sound has been described as “an intriguing collision of varied influences, with nods to everything from shoegaze to Prince and Aphex twin” and their recent remix EP “Displacer” features reworkings by The Revenge, Nightwave and Telethon (James from Errors). Plenty to be excited about 🙂