We’re on a proper analog tip these days at BMC HQ and after Steve Summers last month we’re delighted to welcome another purveyor of all things RAW, Mr Ruf Dug, to join us on Saturday 29 June.
Over to Ruffy to big himself up.
LOOK MAN I DON’T LIKE THIS BIO SHIT… I TRIED A FEW DIFFERENT ONES AND THEY DON’T WORK. MY RECORDS ARE RAW TRACKS FOR THE CLUB THAT FUCK AROUND WITH THE CONCEPT OF COPYRIGHT A BIT BUT NOBODYS MAKING $$$$ SO ITS ALL GOOD. I HAD MY FIRST RECORD ON POPULAR PEOPLES FRONT AND THEN POWERED UP RUF KUTZ, DONE A FEW RELEASES NOW AND SOME GO FOR BEADS ON DISCOGS.
I LIVE IN MANCHESTER, IT FUCKIN KILLS UP HERE, WE HAVE A GREAT SCENE. I WAS BORN HERE AND SPENT MOST OF MY LIFE HERE EXCEPT FOR 8 YEARS WHEN I LIVED IN SYDNEY AND GOT INVOLVED WITH SOME MAD WAREHOUSE SQUAT PARTY SCENES.
Belfast Music Club presents Ruf Dug (Ruf Kutz)
with support from BMC residents
The Menagerie, University St, Belfast
Saturday 29 June
Doors: 9pm til late
Adm: £5 all night
Belfast Music Club presents STEVE SUMMERS (L.I.E.S. / Confused House)
Steve Summers Live
Tough and raw house project from Jason Letkiewicz (Innergaze, Alan Hurst, Rhythm Based Lovers) heralding the halcyon days of Chicago House, Larry Heard, and Trax Records.
Summers has released a series of jackin’ twelves inches for Clone’s Jack For Daze Series, L.I.E.S, Echovolt, Future Times and recorded an amazing live session for Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space.
Riding high in most peoples top label lists last year and look well on their way of achieving similar acclaim this year too L.I.E.S. became an iconic imprint not by championing a particular genre but for its rough-around-the-edges aesthetic. Sharing as much with punk and noise as with house and techno
Steve Summers has launched his own label Confused House, with the first planned release a collaborative effort between himself and fellow L.I.E.S. affiliate Bookworms
Video: Beats in Space: http://youtu.be/x6ZvlpLfcJA