Event: EKUDA, The 27 Club, Liverpool

As EKUDA gear up for what looks to be a complete sweat-out techno party, The Waveform Transmitter’s Ashley Jade Bromilow drops some of the finer details of local DJ Alisha Lawler’s up and coming event.

As EKUDA gear up for what looks to be a complete sweat-out techno party, The Waveform Transmitter’s Ashley Jade Bromilow drops some of the finer details of local DJ Alisha Lawler’s up and coming event.

EKUDA, a brand new underground techno event in Liverpool, is a club night with a difference. The concept gives talented DJ’s and producers opportunity to show off their skills behind the decks and to provide artists with a platform to take their first steps onto the stage. EKUDA will be held at The 27 Club, an intimate space on Victoria Street where their talented line up will share the music they love with a bunch of down to earth party people.

Brought to you by female DJ and Producer Alisha Lawler, she knows only too well what a challenge it is to get heard in the music scene. In an age where it is increasingly hard for new artists to get airtime and social media making it more difficult to reach audiences, this adds further struggle to getting your name heard. Alisha states: “This industry is tough, there is so much talent out there who would give an arm and leg to play, now this is their chance. At EKUDA, there won’t be any headliners – everyone is equal and all are talented on so many different levels. The night is a chance to meet and greet, support each other and have a good dance!”

Join EKUDA for their wild launch party on April 27th, where your ears will certainly be in for a treat. So… who’s on the bill?

Asphalt Layer will be kick- starting the night with his peaceful dubby techno vibes, providing a dreamy soundscape to ease you into the party. Omid Dubtek, who has warmed up for the likes of Slam, Ben Sims, Dax J and James Ruskin, will be bringing his signature house and tech–house sounds to get the joints loosened nicely for Malibuken’s live hybrid techno set (total gear porn for those that love their tech!). Binary will follow providing pounding, trippy techno before you will lose yourself in Alisha Lawler’s brutal, brooding and uncompromising heavy style.

Tickets are available on Skiddle now for only £4 and spaces are limited to 100 people. Grab yours here. A limited amount of tickets will be available on the door. Get social and follow @EkudaLiverpool on Instagram and Facebook, and make sure to discover these sick artists by checking out some of their mixes, below.

See you on the dancefloor!

Asphalt Layer

facebook.com/Asphalt.Layer

soundcloud.com/asphalt_layer

Omid Dubtek

dubtekvinyl.co.uk

soundcloud.com/omid-dubtek

mixcloud.com/omid-dubtek

Malibuken – Live Hybrid Set

facebook.com/malibukentechno

malibuken.co.uk

Binary

facebook.com/binarydjs

soundcloud.com/binary-303605128

Alisha Lawler

facebook.com/alisha.lawler

soundcloud.com/alishalawler

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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