Launching with a 10 hour electronic music festival, held across two separate venues, Distant Future is the latest creative collective to come out of Merseyside.
Formed by artists from labels across Europe (including the team behind Upitup Records), Distant Future represents itself as an “association” with a strong common vision and aesthetic. Eager to not be defined as a record label or a club night, Distant Future is composed of electronic musicians, programmers, graphic designers, writers and video makers alike.
Bringing their showcase to the Kazimier Gardens and 24 Kitchen St on 2nd December, locals Jaques Malchance and Isocore of Upitup Records invite live performances to town by the likes of: Raiders of the lost ARP, 8-bit producer Kenobit and Polysick. In addition to live PA performances, the night will also feature a live set from electronic psychedelic band Rainbow Island and a debut live band show from Italian producer, and Vinyl Factory “vinyl of the year” nominee, Panoram. A sampler, featuring music from all associated artists, will also be released on the date of the launch party.
Check out Panoram on some solo Boiler Room action below and cop a ticket to catch him this Friday!
Tickets for the double venue showcase can be purchased on Resident Advisor.
Check out the awesome Distant Future website here.