Tuesday, 7 August 2012


Socialeyes continue their inspired programming with a Detroit tinged special. Flying in from Detroit for a rare London appearance is a true legend. Keith ‘K-1’ Tucker has brought his unique style of Detroit techno to his legions of fans since 1990 and now over 20 years later he’s still at the top of his game releasing quality tracks on his own label Puzzlebox Records under his Optic Nerve guise and as one half of Aux 88’s ‘Black Tokyo’ project.

For this one-off night with a heavy Detroit influence, Socialeyes pop up at Hidden, one of London's truly undercover venues - serving an incredible clubbing experience set in a classic railway arch that combines state of the art sound and lighting with unique mezzanine levels, dramatic passages and walkways.
Joining K-1 is Ireland’s hottest techno act Psycatron who have been touring with Carl Craig to accompany their release on his Planet E Records. To cement their reputation, Psycatron have recently been included in Fact Magazines Top 50 Tracks, performed on London's infamous Boiler Room TV, and had releases on Hotflush, Tresor, R&S and Cocoon.

A great addition to this line up is Colin Dale who is undeniably a UK techno institution! For 16 years his ground-breaking "Abstrakt Dance" radio show on Kiss FM bought Techno to the masses. The show played host to many a Detroit hero as they passed through London on tour.
All these legends in one room rounded up by Socialeyes creator Robin Ball.

Tickets RA - http://bit.ly/QUuNq1