Event: Watt Hz?, AIROD, VSK, pH, IWF Substation, Liverpool

The crew at Watt Hz? have played a blinder, pulling in techno heavyweights AIROD and VSK to give your eardrums a lashing. The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight has the details.

Like your techno? Course you do! And good job, too, because the brilliantly forward thinking Watt Hz? posse are at it again, this time with a triple header of top-drawer technoists to blow the roof off your Saturday night.

Taking place at Invisible Wind Factory‘s Substation, on February 16th, from 10 pm ’til late, the party starts with a set from Watt Hz? resident pH who, aside from being a top bloke, really knows his shit when it comes to track selection and that all important technical skill. Expect full-on power techno.

That won’t let up, as he’s warming up for the mighty VSK. The Rome-born, Berlin-based DJ and producer knows how to throw down some hard, fast, and industrial techno, so make sure you’ve got plenty of fuel in the tank for his set because it’ll be balls to the wall.

AIROD, who hails from France, will be on closing duties, but don’t expect any let up from him, either, as he brings his hard-edged warehouse sound to the IWF basement. Time to get sweaty.

What: Watt Hz?
Who: pHVSKAIROD
Where: Invisible Wind Factory Substation
When: 16/02/19, 10pm til late
Why: BECAUSE TECHNO!
How: With these tickets…

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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