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Berlin, 12.3.2020

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Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Mon
  • 18
  • 12
  • 2017
  • 23:59
House of Waxx
Mon 18 December 2017 - 23:59

Bristol’s laid back atmosphere and dense musical landscape has garnished some of the greatest DJs in electronic music to date, with each managing to keep things interesting and unique. Returning artist Gramrcy is one of these artists who has garnered much attention ever since the release of his debut 12” Ruffian on Berceuse Heroique’s sister-label, Ancient Monarchy. Gramrcy’s style within the confines of this record hones in on nostalgic rave-inspired breaks, wailing synths, muddy, disjointed basslines and melodies that make you feel as if you are stuck in limbo with no idea how you got there. Gramrcy has become a cherished figure within Bristol’s electronic music scene and it is not hard to see why: an artist whose sound can be introspective, dark, and uncertain at times, breaking free of stylistic shackles, straddling a gloriously indefinable line. Fellow Bristolian Alex Golesworthy is also on the decks, an artist who collaborates with Gramrcy in their killer Housework parties in Bristol, along with residents Shanti Celeste and Daisy Moon. From Berlin’s international team of artists Odd Fantastic we welcome Nadja who will open the House Of Waxx night.