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Posthuman + Hue Jah Fink @ the John Peel Centre on Saturday 24th October

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Posthuman + Hue Jah Fink @ the John Peel Centre on Saturday 24th October

SQUAREWAVESIGNAL is very pleased to host an evening of moody tech acid electro accompanied by live visuals at the John Peel Centre on 24th October from 8pm. Tickets are on sale online or at the JPC box office for £8 (There’s a 50p fee online).

Posthuman
Formed in 1999, their output has evolved over the years, encompassing many genres & styles from their early electronica releases, to their current acid & slow-mo techno approach. The duo ran London’s legendary tube station parties between 2001 and 2004, held in an abandoned underground train station, and are hosts & DJ residents of the acid-house retrospective clubnight “I Love Acid” which evolved into a label of the same name.
From here, Posthuman established themselves as a solid live techno & electronica act, playing shows across the UK and Europe, and releasing several EPs and two more albums on their own label “Seed Records” to excellent critical acclaim.
http://posthumanmusic.com/
http://facebook.com/Posthumanmusic


Hue Jah Fink
DJ set - Producer Hue Jah Fink has been mixing, mastering and DJing since the dawn of rave and brings a wealth of musical knowledge to the fore. Part of the Brainwash collective that stomped all over this year’s Glastonbury and founder of the Binary Feedback label which hosts Kirsty Hawkshaw, Savage Rehab, Maztek and the Unsound System. Expect leftfield, spacey soundcapes underpinned by a stomping beat.
http://soundcloud.com/huejahfink


Liam Roberts
Live visual projections will be provided by this East-Anglia based visual artist, who has worked with Baths, Daedelus, Lapalux and These Ghosts and at places such as Reading Festival and MiRA Festival in Spain.
http://vimeo.com/liamroberts


The Decibel Kid
Ipswich-based audiovisual hacker who not only composes his own beats and edits his own video but controls it all live in real time from a giant touchscreen he hacked and coded himself. Expect a selection of downtempo, trip-hop and hip-hop beats overlaid with a layer of eastern-influenced sounds and instruments.
http://thedecibelkid.com/

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