Competition: Win Tickets to tRiBe Year Two – Steve Rachmad VS Sterac

tRiBe welcomes its Natives to their 2nd birthday, featuring Steve Rachmad going mano-a-mano with his Sterac guise. The Waveform Transmitter’s Amber Howard prepares for the onslaught.

tRiBe welcomes its Natives to their 2nd birthday, featuring Steve Rachmad going mano-a-mano with his Sterac guise. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Amber Howard prepares for the onslaught.

Friday 16th February celebrates two years of Liverpool’s best up and coming techno event, tRiBe.  Their main ethos attracts clued up party goers (the natives) who are thrown together to appreciate genuine techno. The tRiBe team have so far hit us with 14 absolutely off the scale parties and Friday will no doubt be another.

Having grown from intimate gatherings showcasing local talent, tRiBe have since gone on to host huge industry names such as Chris Liebing, Cleric, and DVS1 to name a few. It’s fair to say from their humble days two years ago, tRiBe have come on incredibly whilst still always remaining true to local talent and their unmistakably powerful, yet original, sound.

TRiBe’s last party saw British-born Luke Slater, Belgium’s finest Marco Bailey, and Steve Rachmad’s prodigy, Wouter de Moor, absolutely blow the natives away with hours of top-notch industrial techno.  If this gathering set the bar for things to come then Friday the 16th is certainly not to be missed.

Headlining the upcoming gathering is the man himself, Dutch heavyweight Steve Rachmad playing b2b with his alias STERAC. He is gifting the natives with an extended set, a three-full-hour masterclass exploring the groovier house inspired sounds of Steve Rachmad and the dark industrial side that STERAC delivers.

Supporting the master Rachmad is faithful tRiBe resident Tom Page. It’s fair to say Tom is one of the hottest emerging talents in the northwest, even boasting his own label; DRR’. Page never fails to get the tribe gatherings going with his fierce selection and frantic energy. A tRiBe bill simply wouldn’t be complete without him.

Adding further depth to the night are new kids on the block, Implant and the versatile duo Lomax and Anderton. Both artists are taking Liverpool’s underground scene by storm and are guaranteed to kick off and conclude proceedings in spectacular fashion.

The wild gathering will be held at non other than the Hangar 34. Featuring spectacular visual production accompanied by the equally powerful sound system, Hangar will become an unmistakable techno temple.

Date: Friday, February 16th, 2018

Time: 10pm – 5am

Address: Hangar 34, 34 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BS.

Become one of the natives and join the tRiBe. Few tickets remaining so hurry…grab yours here. Or…try your luck in our competition to win a pair of tickets to the birthday shindig. Just LIKE The Waveform Transmitter, LIKE, SHARE, and COMMENT the post below. Go ‘ed!

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