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Saturday, September 29 • 9:00pm - Sunday, September 30 • 1:30am
Cerebral Vortex presented by Dimensions Festival

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For over 30 years techno has served as a canvas for some of underground dance music's most adventurous artists and sounds. The stripped-down format has allowed for continued growth and evolution, while new digital tools have offered infinite sonic possibilities. At the forefront of this movement we're proud to present three of techno's most prolific artists, all pushing the boundaries of time and space through precision productions.


With a PhD in computational biology, it's clear that Max Cooper is one of the brainiest producers in underground dance music today. With a dozen EPs and over 40 remixes to his credit over the past three years he is without question one of the most prolific. A seductive mixture of intricate melody and poly-rhythms, Cooper’s music is as cinematic as it is visceral. This is brain-dance of the highest caliber. Frankfurt has given birth to some of techno's most influential figures, but none as diverse and productive as Roman Flügel. As half of the techno duo Alter Ego, Flügel helped forge the neo-electro movement that paved the way for artists like Justice, Boys Noize and Deadmau5. His solo productions and remixes range from blistering techno to beautifully constructed deep house. Outside of his massive body of work, Roman is widely known as one of the best deejays in all of Europe.
Leftroom label boss, producer and deejay Matt Tolfrey has continually bridged the gap between techno and house. Known for his marathon deejay sets and tastemaker selections, Tolfrey has emerged in recent years as one of Europe's most respected underground dance music deejays and producers.

For fans of Richie Hawtin, James Holden and Radio Slave
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MAX COOPER / live / 12:00 am - 1:30 am
Traum Schallplatten

ROMAN FLÜGEL / dj / 10:45 pm - 12:00 am
Dial / Klang

MATT TOLFREY / dj / 9:30 pm - 10:45 pm
Leftroom

SCOTT PAGANO / visuals
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Doors at 9:00 pm : $22 : 21+ : FREE WITH DB PASS


Artists
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David Martin

Technique
Dave Martin is fast becoming a name to be reckoned with within the UK and increasingly across abroad. Founder and resident of the Technique club in Leeds - UK, label manager of Immigrant Music, touring DJ and producer he’s certainly no slouch when it comes to a bit of hard work! As the resident and founder of the mighty Technique club in Leeds UK, Dave has had an enviable platform from which to get clubbers from all over Europe shaking... Read More →
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Matt Tolfrey

Leftroom / Culprit
Matt Tolfrey is heading into the most challenging chapter of his career so far with his head held high and his stock never greater. His debut artist album is in the bag and ready to go, the output from his labels never stronger, with an Ibiza residency safely secured and global recognition for his DJ ability bestowed upon him. Undoubtedly, one can recognise that Matt’s tireless devotion and relentless energy have taken him to a point where... Read More →
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Max Cooper

Traum Schallplatten
The facts are easy to establish: Max Cooper has more than 50 original releases, tracks and remixes under his belt, from glitchy reinterpretations of big bands like Hot Chip and Au Revoir Simone to straight dancefloor 12"s like his breakthrough "Serie" originals and remixes for names like Agoria, Dominik Eulberg, Extrawelt, Pig and Dan, Kaiserdisco and Sasha. The approach, meanwhile, is anything but simple. A melancholy composer whose live sets... Read More →
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Roman Flugel

Dial, Klang
It all started with one of these Chicago Trax compilations on DM/STREETSOUNDS. As a reaction to his thirsting for more of these crazed beats from overseas and with a view to his tight budget, the greatest hits of these expensive imported 12” singles were soon released in the form of a compendium. This opened Pandora’s box, for very young Roman Flügel, too. Innocently given to him by his elder brother as a present (“He... Read More →


Saturday September 29, 2012 9:00pm - Sunday September 30, 2012 1:30am
Neumos 925 E. Pike St, Seattle