The Slam tent is the most happening attraction at T in the Park. Throughout the years it’s been known to see punters get lost there for the entire weekend, forgetting that some of the biggest acts in the world are headlining the main stage.
However, not everybody can go to T; some folk have to settle for a night out in Glasgow that weekend. If you’re one of the few poor, lost souls not attending the festival this year, don’t fret. Slam will be bringing the party to Subby, with a special guest from T. With a line-up consisting of Harvey McKay, Chris Liebing and more, you know whoever the surprise is will be a colossal treat.
Dave Clarke’s moniker is ‘The Baron of Techno.’ It was bestowed upon him by the legendary DJ John Peel, and no one disputed it. He’s a legend in the game and if you don’t embrace this opportunity to go see him you’re missing out on a very special event.
The venue dates all the way back to the 18th century and is has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. However, there wasn’t a lot of techno gigs back then. This is going to be a special one, as there’s nothing better than experiencing pounding bass in historic Edinburgh architecture.
Marquis Hawkes brings the party to Subby to celebrate the release of his critically acclaimed new album, ‘Social Housing.’ THUMP described it as ‘12 tracks of undulating, club-damaging dancefloor magic.’ Mixmag heralded Hawkes as ‘a f**king don’ after hearing it.
That’s high praise from two of the most respected publications in electronic music; and the live show promises to be just as epic, as Hawkes’ brand of soulful techno is perfect for that transcendent dancefloor experience. Hawkes typifies the idea that music can be a journey, and without pretence. This will be a belter of an evening.
This one will be a no-brainer to most fans of house and techno. All the praise in the world has already been thrown his way already, but Carter continues to warrant the accolades after all these years. He’s a ground breaker. A forefather. An icon. A wizard behind the decks as well as the production booth.
If it wasn’t for Carter, the modern scene might not be as good as it is. His influence on underground electronic music is monumental. He’s been a regular visitor to Glasgow throughout the years, and generations old and new welcome him back each time with arms wide open.
Glasgow’s own Hans Bouffmyhre has been a prominent figure in the city techno scene for a decade now with his legendary Sleaze nights. Now a known commodity around the world, he continues to flood dancefloors with earth shattering techno in his homeland whenever he can.
Glasgow has produced some of the finest DJ’s and producers around throughout the years, and Hans is one of them. You owe it to yourself to check him out if you haven’t already.
Bedouin is a Brooklyn-based production & DJ partnership between nomads Tamer Malki and Rami Abousabe who are creating their own idiosyncratic spell of melodies and rhythms. Together they share an eclectic sonic vision that pulls from diverse influences owing to their Middle Eastern heritage, Western upbringing, and world travels.
Their combined musical backgrounds capture’s the sensibility of imagination and constantly explores the connection between ourselves and the future.