Underground, EventI:MBlackout

_Event: Blackout

Underground, EventI:MBlackout
_Event: Blackout

TRINITY CENTRE PRESENTS BLACKOUT

 

DATE: SATURDAY 4TH OF FEBRUARY (22.00 - 04.00)

NIGHT: BLACKOUT

VENUE: TRINITY CENTRE

GENRE: DRUM AND BASS

PRICE: £19.80

ARTIST: Black Sun Empire, Phace, Optical, Pythius, Stitch

 

Black Sun Empire, the record bosses of Blackout rocking for already 20 years will take over Bristol under the „Trinity”.

They are the founders of one of the leading labels in the industry – Blackout. The platform has given rise to most of the top producers, part of which will see the same night.

Formed in Utrecht, The Netherlands reigned all over the world, Black Sun Empire has transformed into an occult followed by millions.  There are myths overcoming their name whenever you speak with their fans. I can only confirm after seeing them myself I was left with a hole in my shoes!


The super trio kicked off 2017 with a new collaboration with some of the other titans of d&b’s Olympus, Noisia. A massive tune which will get your pants off

If that was not enough they announced upcoming album later this year, which will be their sixth. Not many artist in the music industry can say they have six albums

During the night we will hear some of the Blackout most loved sons, who have all grown up and established their music labels in the D&B world.


Phace is the alias used by Florian Harres, who also is the founder of another famous record label Neosignal Recordings.

Optical is another monument in the Drum and Bass scene for some 20 years now and founder of Virus Recordings. He is best known for his work with Ed Rush, fellow head of the Virus Recordings label, and as a pioneer of the techstep and neurofunk sound.


The Dutch DJ/Producer Pythius is the brightest rising star of the Blackout MusicFirst featured on with his ‘Abandon EP’ in 2014, he quickly became a recognizable name in the neurofunk world.

 
A good hook and some mental basses and beats.
— Black Sun Empire
 

See you all at the Trinity Centre!


Eva Christoff

(Underground Columnist)