Litmus Return With Invisible Wind Factory Event

Hard techno night Litmus are due for a brain melting return at Invisible Wind Factory. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight prepares his skull for a pummelling.

There’s plenty of techno nights popping up all over Liverpool, and it feels as though you can’t turn round without seeing posters for the latest event from a brand new promoter. Litmus, however, dare to be different. It is fair to say that nobody is going in quite as hard as they are right now.

Offering a mix of hard techno and it’s wayward cousin, schranz, which puts less emphasis on the more tuneful, melodious aspects of the techno sound and brings rushing beats to the forefront of the mix, Litmus is the only night with big enough swingers to put on a night dedicated to techno‘s harder edges.

19th May sees Litmus heading down to Invisible Wind Factory for a night of just that, so ready your wallpaper scrapers; your brains will be either all over the floor all the wall behind you so you’ll undoubtedly need to retrieve them come the end of the night.

The heavy hitting roster features Litmus resident and promoter, Um, who will also be performing at Upitup‘s 14th birthday celebrations, Manchester’s Noiz:koR, fellow Mancunian L.E.X, and Litmus resident Jack Grim.

Tickets are available soon, keep checking The Waveform Transmitter for updates.

Author: Ste Knight

Editor at The Waveform Transmitter. Lover of acid basslines, cavernous kick drums, and dark rooms. Cut his teeth to Surgeon's blistering techno assault at T-Funkshun in Liverpool and hasn't stopped for breath since.

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