Drumcode Records taking over #EZOO5's Sunday School + Win a Drumcode Prize Pack!Posted 11 Aug, 2013
The fifth installment of Electric Zoo Festival is proud to present the inaugural Drumcode Stage, curated by head honcho Adam Beyer, as it takes over the Sunday School Grove. After fifteen years, the Swedish label has established itself as a premiere outlet for the finest techno production available in today's electronic music sphere. On Sunday, September 1, Randall's Island will welcome a roster of Drumcode's heavy weights including Paul Ritch, Nicole Moudaber, Joel Mull, Ida Engberg, Victor Calderone, and Adam Beyer himself.
While flying under the radar, Paul Ritch has remained a staple in the realm of dark, ominous beats over the years. Similarly, techno queen Nicole Moudaber continues to reign supreme, as her debut album Believe shook the foundation of the scene. Now, her upcoming Give Me Body EP on MOOD Records will undoubtedly sky rocket to the top of the charts once released on August 12.
Next up, the Drumcode Stage will feature Joel Mull, a true trailblazer, as he put himself on the map as an innovator of sound amongst the Swedes. Maintaining the Swedish techno affair, Ida Engberg will take the decks for a rare appearance in the Empire State.
Representing his hometown of Brooklyn, Victor Calderone will enthrall his legions of savvy sonic devotees. Finally, Adam Beyer, the label boss himself, will bring his trendsetting musical preferences to the table, as Drumcode Radio celebrates its third anniversary. With less than a month left, prepare yourself for three days of unprecedented performances from these pioneers of the underground.
Win your own Drumcode Prize Pack!
We're giving away a Drumcode Prize Pack to a lucky winner chosen at random. All you have to do is re-tweet the following on Twitter. (You must be following @ElectricZooNY to win!)
RT @ElectricZooNY I want to win a Drumcode Prize Pack! @DrumcodeRecords takes over #SundaySchool Grove at #EZOO5 Sunday, Sept 1!
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