TLF x Pulse : Neil Landstrumm (Tresor) at The Tunnels
Saturday 2nd - Sunday 3rd February 2019
- Venue/Location: The Tunnels, Aberdeen
- Doors: 23:00 till 03:00 (Last entry: 01:00)
- Min Age: 18
Neil Landstrumm (Tresor/Planet Mu) The Tunnels 02/02/19 Let’s bring the noise ! Neil Landstrumm has played upon the verge of experimental techno!
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TLF & PULSE again bring the heat
Neil Landstrumm (Tresor/Planet Mu)
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Let’s bring the noise
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Neil Landstrumm has played upon the verge of experimental techno music, a form no less innovative though its steady beat has been perceived as having little room for intelligent musicians. Influenced by the Sheffield school of industrial bleep techno pioneered by LFO, as well as electro and Miami bass, Landstrumm is also respectful of colleague Cristian Vogel, who more than shares his tendencies toward the obtuse. His playful sense of humor and penchant toward unpredictable song structures and bizarre sounds have often led to his music being described as 'wonky techno.'
Landstrumm began producing in the early '90s within a variety of groups, but began solo production in 1993. He met Vogel one year later while DJ'ing at Edinburgh's Sativa club, and released a single for Vogel's Mosquito label; the duo also combined for several EPs recorded as Blue Arsed Fly. Landstrumm began recording for Peacefrog Records through Vogel's connection to Luke Slater, and released his first album, Brown by August, on Peacefrog in 1995. Increasingly splitting production chores with occasional partner Tobias Schmidt -- who records on his own as well -- he released his second LP, Understanding Disinformation, in 1996 for Berlin's sympathetic Tresor label. Landstrumm's formation of the Scandinavia label that year took up much of his time, with the release of solid singles by Adam X, Stephen Brown, and others; nevertheless, in 1997 he managed to issue another full-length, Bedrooms and Cities.
Tim Haux/ Darrel Harding / Greg Gibb
Phone: 01224 211121
Electro, Electronic, Old Skool, Techno
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