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Henrik Schwarz, Axel Boman, Dorisburg

Village Underground London

Saturday, May 25, 2019 9:00 PM - 5:00 AM

18+, Electronic

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For our final May session, we have two Superstition debuts.

First up playing LIVE is the legendary Henrik Schwarz – whether he’s gracing your ears with his hypnotic jazz tones alongside Bugge Wesseltoft or making dancefloor shakers for the likes of Innervisions or Running Back to remixing tracks into straight anthems you just can't deny his talents.

Our second newcomer is Axel Boman. With acclaimed releases such as his debut album ‘Family Vacation’ on his own label Studio Barnhus and 10-minute epics for the likes of DJ Koze’s Pampa, his music has reached far beyond his native Sweden, making him the perfect addition to the bill. it's also his first London show in over a year, so it's going to be special.

Joining the lineup is Dorisburg, with his deep and groove-filled releases for Bossmusik to Northern Electronics, it's a pleasure to welcome him back to Superstition.

Rounding off the bill is the eclectic selector Dorado after recently playing EartH Kitchen it's great to see him back at Village Underground.

Artist Details

Axel Boman

.....2010 was the big breakthrough year for Axel and his ass, with the epic screw house anthem "Purple Drank" being released on DJ Koze's new Pampa Records imprint, going off to London to participate in the Red Bull Music Academy and starting up his own label Studio Barnhus together with Petter (Border Community) and local idiot Kornel Kovacs. 2011 will see Axel releasing a lot of new material and remixes on labels like Permanent Vacation, Moodmusic, Glass Table, Hypercolour, Tartelet and of course... View More

Henrik Schwarz

Henrik Schwarz was born and raised in South Germany where he also took his first musical steps as a DJ in local Clubs playing Rap, Hip Hop, Rare Groove and Jazz and Detroit Techno. Soon after he started to spin regularly he was also interested in computer music production and started to do his own productions in 1992 with a few drumachines and synths. When he got his first Laptop in 1998 he started to integrate it into his DJ-Sets and soon the Laptop played an important role in all his music activities.... View More

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