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Regenerate By The Pier 2.0



8th November 2014, witnessed something Mumbai has never seen before, a deep house open air smack in the heart of the city with a view that is captured in our hearts for a long, long time.

By The Pier brought Regenerate returns for version 2.0 on the 21st February 2015. This time welcoming not one but two international headliners – A Guy Called Gerald & Whyt Noyz (Sci+Tec/ M-Nus) who will be playing at the pier and after party respectively.  These will be joined by Qwiver / Blurry Slur (deep house moniker), Orbs&Zen, Kaleekarma, Troja, Chhab, Audio Glitch & Twokid Wickid; six out of the seven acts will showcase their talents in varied forms of deep house & techno on the 21st.

“I have decided the only way to give music to the people is raw and straight from the true school. I don’t have to hide behind any trend or gimmicks. ie. analogue equipment and vinyl fetishism. I’m sorry to say but I still feel like I’m blazing the way forward only because everyone seems to be stuck in “retrogression” mode. Maybe they need a stop / start to get them out of the loop? I refuse to compromise when it comes to my sound. I realised that I’m the only real deal within dance music when I found it was impossible for me to sell out. This is the True School.”
A Guy Called Gerald

Line Up:
A Guy Called Gerald (London / Berlin)
Whyt Noyz (Sci+Tec / M-Nus)
Audio Glitch
Blurry Slur

Tickets will be released in 3 phases. pre-sale tickets (day + after party) INR 1800; First Release: (day + after party) INR 2200; Second Release (day + after party) INR 2400. On top of this they will also be selling day passes alone for INR 1800. To grab a ticket head to – https://insider.in/event/by-the-pier

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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