After a short summer break, Rhythmatic makes a refreshing return with a UK debut from Premiesku, the mutual project between Romanian duo Livio & Roby and George G. September 22nd sees Rhythmatic present the Premiesku ‘Indirect’ album launch party.
The name, which suggests ‘premiere’ in their home country of Romania, represents everything the collaboration is about, a unique experience and a new concept that has swiftly gained recognition on the music scene, from well-known and respected industry professionals to educated party revelers. The digital environment is not enough to express what these three want tell, with their diverse mix of inspirations, ideas and moods, Premiesku have pushed aside the virtual world and done something very rare. Designing three special analog consoles, this innovative setup has launched them into an era of analog sound.
Witness first hand Livio, Roby and George play entire sets, without computers and using tailor made hardware racks, an unmissable experience. Their live sets have excited crowds from festivals to Ibiza, with successful appearances at the likes of ENTER, Cocoon, Music On and Space. Expect to hear a sophisticated blend of classic deep house, Detroit techno and tech house, as they showcase the upcoming debut album, ‘Indirect’ due for release on Desolat in September. The trio’s dynamic compositions have already been picked up by influential labels such as, Cecile, All Inn and Desolat.
The September event also welcomes back two truly missed residents, Stathis Lazarides and Wesley Razzy. Stathis, having spent the summer playing next to huge names such as, Ricardo Villalobos, returns to his London home at Rhythmatic. After spending the last few months on the White Isle, Wesley brings his new wealth of experience, inspiration and soul from the techno and house music mecca, back to one of the original boundary pushing parties to resonate from the capital.
Rhythmatic are very excited to celebrate adding yet another forward thinking act to their roster and look forward to seeing all the new and regular faces, as we finally draw closer to the next installment of Rhythmatic parties.