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Return To The Future at The Victorian Vaults



For their next, long-awaited, installment the Return To The Future boys are delighted to be bringing Minnesotan techno figurehead DVS1 to the fray. For the man otherwise known as Zak Khutoretsky, it’s not just his releases on labels like Klockworks and Transmat that have people talking, or even the long-running success of his Hush parties. It’s his pure, unbridled passion for all things music related, and his reputation as a truly down to earth character who loves to perform for the heads that know. Expect to hear the choicest cuts from his 10,000+ record collection going to good use for what will undoubtedly be a unique performance.

You’d better watch out, the Robots are coming. And they come, as ever, fully primed with an arsenal of deep house and tech bangers. My Favourite Robot initially forged reputation from their early output on Johnny White & Nitin’s No. 19 imprint, and have since gone on to release on Visionquest, Crosstown, and their own label of the same name. The awesome threesome are fully primed to dominate 2013 with their debut LP set to drop within the next few months. Nitin also comes on board for the next installment. The co-founder of No. 19 is one of Toronto’s most venerated musical exports, juggling the roles of producer, promoter, DJ and label owner with relative ease. The last few years of touring have seen Nitin take his brand of dense, dubby house cuts across the expanses of North America, and more recently South America and Europe too. Puerto Rican producer and DJ Jonny Cruz has come along way since his formative days of releasing drum and bass circa 1997. Upon moving to Berlin in in 2010, he experienced an epiphany of sorts, and has since gone on to release music on Cocoon, My Favourite Robot and Poker Flat among others. Cruz’s funk-fuelled signature sound will make for the compliment to the deeper leanings of the headliners. And soon coming will be news of a VERY special guest…

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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