This mystereious creature above is Chris – HI CHRIS. I’m not sure many of you are going to know Chris, unless you know Bron – because they are friends. The reason you might not know Chris isn’t because he is terribly shy, it’s because Chris works behind the music scenes with LittleBig Booking Agency bringing you all sorts of banging techno and electronic music, to all over the EU.
While LittleBig has a pretty wide ranging roster, handling the likes of Aphex Twin, Battles, Fuck Buttons, Jimmy Edgar and loads more; Chris finds himself mostly focused on the club acts, like…. Ikonika, Paula Temple, ADULT. The Field, Luke Abbott. – sounds exhausting.
When Chris isn’t bringing all this electronic music to the big cities he is probably combing his hair back and forth, listening to Beyonce (and knowing most of the words) and wondering if a tree falls when no one is there to hear it, does it really make a sound?
This year Lucy vs. the Globe was tasked to be a media partner for BerMuDa (Berlin Music Days) – CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. As a result we have asked a few of our nearest and dearest players in the Berlin music scene to get involved and give us their top 5 acts or showcases for the electronic music week known as BerMuDa.
So let’s say quick “Y’arrright?” to Chris from LittleBig (bringing some Scottish flavour to our otherwise Australian vibes). The third and final of our “Top 3 Music Mates for BerMuDa“.
Prosumer makes a trip back to his old stomping ground of Berlin on day three, where the ever-reliable former Panorama Bar resident will headline FluxFriday. Support comes from Loftus Hall regular Peter Power who I once seen command a dance floor into a mass pretend gym session. No hyperbole.
Youngest member of the BNR family who apparently “has been to a club only one time – and hated it”, and gained a reputation fast, with remix duties for Bejamin Damage and support from Numbers DJ Jackmaster behind him already.
Nowhere near enough room here to explain why Clone and it’s multitude of sub-labels are so important, but then again do I really have to? Full take over of both floors featuring Juan Atkins, Dexter, Serge and more.
This workshop will focus on the newest features in the latest incarnation of the software that changed how producers created music forever, with a particular emphasis on the new hardware Push.
Ableton may have excelled with their Push hardware, but they have yet to produce an iOS app that allows users to control the software from their iPad. Luckily the folk at touchAble have created just that, and here they’ll be showcasing the second version and answering any questions.