30 Mar 2017 : Machinedrum @ WHQ 30th March 2017

Machinedrum @ WHQ 30th March 2017

Early bird : £8 / First Release : £10 / Standard Release £12

The relentless pioneer and conceptualist of US electronic music, Machinedrum has moved to Cali, fallen in love, and discovered a new warmth and beauty in his music...

On “Human Energy” his latest for Ninja Tune (Mr Scruff, Amon Tobin, Bonobo, Coldcut, Young Fathers) Travis Stewart draws on esoteric and new age concepts but keeps its fun, too. The music astounds over and over again with the sheer brilliance of its execution and, yes, its unremitting energy.

Who can say if “Human Energy” can heal you? It will certainly leave you with a huge, goofy smile slathered all over your face.

"[Human Energy] closes the gap between glitch and pop by using Dawn Richard, MeLo-X, and Jesse Boykins III on his euphoric compositions..." Pitchfork

“One of electronic music’s biggest and brightest stars” DJ Mag

“If the aim is dancefloor annihilation then they succeed with room to spare” Mixmag

Stewart's longstanding popularity with Annie Mac, Diplo, Giles Petersen and many more isn't a fluke. He puts his unique signature on everything he touches, carving out a career as a world-class producer on top of releasing solo material and remixes.

In addition to the likes of Azealia Banks, Jamie Liddell and Jesse Boykins III, in the past few years Machinedrum has produced for English singer-songwriter Obenewa, and many heavy-hitting tracks with the hotly-tipped Dawn Richard (AKA D?WN)

Early bird : £8 / First Release : £10 / Standard Release £12

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