Shibuya club Contact is hosting a night of electronic music with a distinctly British feel. Studio X will feature headliners Call Super and Pangaea from the Hessle Audio label supported by Mars 89 from Japan. Yu Su’s house music will welcome you to the Contact floor while Haruka from Future Terror and Yakenohara will keep you dancing all night.
Known for his visual artistic direction, Call Super is a British electronic force curating his own Weekender at Amsterdamn’s De School and credited with launching the Fabric label Houndstooth. One of the co-founders of Hessle Audio, Kevin McAuley (aka Pangaea) was at the forefront of the northern Dubstep movement in the UK and is bringing his unique sounds to Tokyo for one night only.
Tickets on the door will cost 3,500 yen after 11pm and 1,000 yen beforehand with discounts for students.
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