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Hot on the heals of the massive PERC show, we feel like kids in a candy shop in technoville with what’s next on offer! How do you like these mixed lollies?
When the whip cracks, the smoke clears and into the firebrand night enters another international artist of repute: the eagerly awaited return of Tommy Four Seven!!!
Almost blew the house down when he came out last year.
With his pounding hypnotic grooves and staccato rhythms; it should come as no surprise that this CLR artist (of the Chris Liebing fold) has done his time: having lived out residencies at clubs such as Fire and Fabric, he went on to study music technology in London. His manipulation of textures and atmospheric concerns in the sculpting of his sounds is in no small part what helps him achieve the rocking intensity in his techno. Significantly it has been this, the Tommy Four Seven sound that has made the world sit up and take notice. Since he burst onto the world stage he has moved to Berlin and taken up with the Liebing artist family. He is now, undoubtedly, one of the premiere techno artists.
This was apparent last year, when appearing in Melbourne he had the room at fever pitch; men and women alike, losing their shit over what this man has to offer. Then hilariously, the venue had to pull the plug on him; he was so amped he wouldn’t finish. It is with enormous pleasure and excitement that When The Smoke Clears present to you the return of Tommy Four Seven. And we will have no such stoppage problems: we’re giving him four hours to dismantle us with.
It is with enormous pleasure and excitement that we at When the Smoke Clears present to you the return of Tommy Four Seven.
In support, the When the Smoke Clears artists: Andrew Till, Ranjit Nijjer, Loki, PWD, Samari, Quale, Matt Radovich, Dean Benson, Simon Slieker and Muska.
Friday October 12, Brown Alley. Tickets are available for $25+bf from Moshtix, or save the booking fee and get a hold of one of our promoters or head into the bar at Brown Alley.
Stay dry, ride hard, fly solo, however you please: just make sure you’re at the next billowing outpouring of When the Smoke Clears for T47.