Farmer Quail headlines underground night
Lanarkshire’s newest underground club night returns this month with a major player from the techno community on headline duties.
Quail, one-third of techno syndicate Animal Farm, will be headlining Inverse at EK Arts Centre on Saturday, April 30.
The East Kilbride DJ, real name Darren Quail, has been active on Glasgow’s techno scene for over 10 years and has gradually made his way through the ranks to become one of the city’s most highly regarded techno DJs.
Alongside fellow Farmers Turtle and Lamb, he has been instrumental in bringing high-quality underground techno to the Sub Club – recently crowned the world’s best small club – and played alongside the biggest and best in the business, with his DJ style built on a foundation of underground techno music.
Quail has begun to dabble with his own productions, which saw the formation of Animal Farm Records in 2012 as an outlet for his own productions as well as those from the greater techno community.
He also works as head of PR for the iconic Glasgow label Soma Records and has remixed for various artists on Circular Ltd and Etichetta Nera.
Last year his burning track‘Blunt’featured on the award-winning compilation album Transimissions Glasgow.
The house room will welcome Fundamentally House, a collective with over 30 years’ experience.
EK residents Gary McNaught, Deak Reaper, Ian Elgey and Keith Murphy will also be there.
Doors 7.45pm. Tickets cost £9 from the venue on 01355 261000 or online at www. sllcboxoffice.co.uk.