FutureEverything Closing Party:
M.E.S.H, Bloom, Beatrice Dillon, DJ Nigga Fox
Presented by FutureEverything, Faktion and Annex Agency
Manchester’s internationally lauded lightning rod for avant-garde electronic music, Faktion, returns for their annual party at FutureEverything.
Presented by FutureEverything, Faktion and Annex Agency, this unmissable Festival closing party takes place in two parts - beginning at the RNCM, before continuing at Soup Kitchen as we celebrate FutureEverything’s 20th Anniversary until the morning hours.
Offering a crucial selection of rhythm based electronic arts; strafing discorelated sounds from the rude radiophonics of NTS host and producer Beatrice Dillon to Batida from Lisbon's DJ Nigga Fox - making his first appearance in the UK - through to next dimension dynamics from PAN star M.E.S.H. and BLOOM's gyroscopic grime.
Beatrice Dillon and DJ Nigga Fox will both present 30 min DJ sets at RNCM 10.30pm-11.30pm, followed by further, hour-long slots at Soup Kitchen alongside M.E.S.H and Bloom from 11pm-4am.
At the vanguard of instrumental grime, Bloom’s productions have not so much ripped up the rulebook, as turned it into a 3D tesseract.
Beatrice Dillon is best known as an adroit and deeply knowledgeable DJ thanks to her acclaimed mixtape series and NTS radio show. Dillon has recently debuted as a producer and composer with the 'Blues Dance' tape and the ADA Project with Rupert Clerveux, commissioned by Conrad Shawcross, presenting her musical response to a choreography of dancing robots.
A prime exponent of Lisbon's burgeoning and oft-imitated dance music scene, DJ Nigga Fox is the alias of producer and DJ Rogerio Brandão. His music, released by core label Príncipe Discos, mixes Angolan and Congolese drum rhythms and melodies with an electronic music palette and ghetto-ready instinct in the styles commonly known as Batida and Kuduro.
M.E.S.H makes temporal rifts in the textural rhythms of modern dance music with his razor sharp and diffuse productions. A resident of the pivotal Janus club events in Berlin, his 'Scythians' EP for PAN marked the high point of forward electronic dance music in 2014, gliding between techno, outernational rhythms and vaporous trap with a hyperlucid vision.