SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2015
Recon DNB & DNBRadio present
K L U T E
UK - Commercial Suicide | Metalheadz | Hospital | Dispatch | Certificate 18
Tom Withers (Klute) was born and Drum and Bass was the music. Initially working for several years with Certificate 18 Records he eventually established Commercial Suicide in 2001, releasing music from a range of artists. Outside the label he continues to DJ and release music with others such as Hospital, 31, Soul:R and Metalheadz.
G R E M L I N Z
Toronto - Renegade Hardware | Architecture | DISC4 | 31 Records
Toronto's Gremlinz has been carving a path of his own within Drum & Bass for over a decade, staying true to the core elements of the music and never wavering from his sound, regardless of whatever the passing trends around him might have been. His signature sound remains rooted equally in Reinforced/Metalheadz/Bluenote era Jungle as it is in Renegade Hardware’s early 2000s moodiness, bookended by equal parts Dub and Techno and tied together with an ever-present B Boy edge.
Support by Recon residents:
G O R E T E K S - Happy Bday Strode!
Architecture | Jungle Syndicate | NoisyDrums | Free Love Digi | Omni Music
A U T O M A T E D . P R A Y E R
Redcell | Melting Pot | Section 8
X - T S . E M C E E
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$10 Earlybird tickets (limited)
Higher at the door.
Sound provided by FazeTwo Turbosound.
Club Vinyl BASEMENT (Separate entrance)
Denver, CO 80203
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