Terminal V gives us many reasons to be cheerful as they unveil the huge news that techno kings Drumcode are heading to Edinburgh for a huge All-Nighter takeover on Saturday, August 14th, 2021. Label head Adam Beyer plus Anna, Bart Skils, Ben Klock, Alan Fitzpatrick, Joel Mull, and Layton Giordani will all play this sure to be an electric party after such a long break from action due to the pandemic.
This brand new All Nighter series, which runs in addition to the bi-annual festival, is about offering up a complete picture of leading underground artists and their influential labels. They offer a chance to hear world-class DJs go deep into their own specific sounds, on their own terms. Of course, this huge session will go down at Terminal V’s regular home of The Royal Highland Centre in the iconic The Area V arena, which the world-famous promotion converts with its next-level production. The whole space becomes a sensory overload with light, visual, and sound all adding to the always electric atmosphere.
Label head Adam Beyer leads techno from the front and has done for decades with his rolling, perfectly programmed and drum heavy sound. He has recently released his first solo production in 5 years – ‘No Defeat No Retreat’ was created during the Drumcode founder’s productive lockdown period and shows he is still in fine form having shaped the genre for years.
He will be joined by Berghain’s techno pin up and Klockworks label boss Ben Klock, a real powerhouse who has been driving the scene forward for years, as well as Brazilian Anna who has a distinctly funk laced style that is designed to pump large-scale parties. Dutch maestro and techno veteran Bart Skills also lines-up with his ever edgy sound, as does swedish Joel Mull, plus Alan Fitzaptrick and Layton Giordani.
This is another mouthwatering event from Terminal V planning to make up for lost time in 2020. There are only 5000 tickets available, on sale Tuesday, Dec 8th for those who have registered at www.drumcode-scotland.com
Date: 14th August, 2021
Location: Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh