Farmer Quail head­lines un­der­ground night

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Ticket -

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.

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