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Superstition: KiNK, Monoloc, Vaal and Anii at Village Underground

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Time 22:00
Date 21/04/18
Price £16.9

One of the most sought after live performers in electronic music, KiNK headlines tonight's Superstition, alongside Monoloc, Vaal and Ańii.

KiNK’s unique approach to creating music sees the producer blend his DJ tricks with his keyboard and controller manipulation. A regular contributor to Gerd Janson’s Running Back imprint, Kink’s work has also appeared on Clone Records and Antal’s Rush Hour Records. Live, be prepared for one of the most captivating performances you’ll witness at Superstition.

Kink is joined by Monoloc who has an impressive back catalogue of music, with an early string of releases on Chris Liebing’s CLR. He dropped his second studio album in 2016 on Rodhad’s Dystopian, marking an evolution in his sleek and punchy sound, which received mountains of praise and attention and was called the “Jewel of Crown” of Dystopian by Mixmag. More recently, he contributed a track to Tale of Us’ Afterlife compilation.

Being one of the core members of the Afterlife crew, Vaal has firmly established herself in the electronic music scene. Steadily cultivated a strong identity and sound, merging a penchant for the melancholy and macabre with her innate abilities as a musician, Vaal’s work continues a love affair with electronica that began in her formative years, putting out music on her own imprint Baastard, Life and Death and Tale Of Us’ Afterlife. With her first Ep on the Afterlife imprint being her ‘Wander To Hell’ release in 2016 and her collaboration with Tale Of Us on her last EP ‘Monument’, Vaal is set to keep on wowing us with her sound and style.

Lastly Superstition welcomes Anni, a rising talent in the dark and melodic sound of techno. With a string of releases upcoming on Kompakt Records. We’re very excited to welcome her to Village Underground for her debut show.