is an event series, which expresses and encompasses the cultivation of house music. Event curators Matt Brown
and Julien Loreto
have hand picked artist they feel fit the Switch Culture brand of quality deep
and tech house
music. Bringing on promotional support from SoundMind
and Press Play Productions
, Switch Culture has taken reigns on something new in underground dance music- something for us to look forward to on a Thursday evening.
So far, Switch Culture has hosted names such as Lucca Bacchetti, Claptone, La Fleur, Slow Hands, Sasha Dive, Guilame & The Coutu Dumonts, Stacey Pullen and a number of incredible local talents. From Germany to Detroit, Switch Culture is bringing in some of the biggest names in deep and tech house music around the globe.
, September 18
Switch Culture is excited to present Mathias Kaden
from Germany to headline their 9th installment. Mathias kaden is well known for his funky, freaky sounds, which add a playful element to his high-energy tech house and techno
sets. His use of interesting chanting samples and very exotic percussion elements are a few things Mathia Kaden is well known for. Holding a residency at the famous club Muna
in Germany, Kaden has been incredibly inspired by the music scene he’s grown up in. He has worked with a number of international artists including Nick Curly
, Douglas Greed
, Mathias Tanzmann
, Monika Kruse
and many more. He has also released a number of EPs on German labels Freude Am Tanzen (Jena)
and Vokant (Berlin)
House music is a movement- collective of creative minds bound together by more than just sound. We are bound by what we see, by what we feel, and how we express this to the world. It is our paint and canvas. Collectively we create an idea; a vibe; an energy – we create CULTURE.
EVENT INFORMATION: MATHIAS KADEN @ SWITCH CULTURE
Opening set my Simon Jain
Where: 55 Colborne Street
When: Thursday September 18th, 2014
Time: Doors Open at 10:30 p.m. – 3 a.m.
For Guest List & Table Service:
Click here for the Facebook event.
Samantha McMeekin – EDM TOR