What happens when you take electronic music that owes much to techno and house, but steps way outside of those narrow definitions, fuse it with the kind of psychedelic intensity and dreamlike noise experiments of shoegaze gods My Bloody Valentine? You get Pantha Du Prince, real name Hendrik Weber, an artist who works across genres and thinks of his live appearances as installations. He’s playing at Convergence on March 21st at St John-at-Hackney Church with support from Darkstar and Zomby, and a DJ set from Paula Temple.
We have one pair tickets to give away to this special night, one person wins the pair.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is answer the following question, and email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org before Sunday, February 22nd.
Q) What is Pantha Du Prince’s real name?
Free 19-track Convergence sampler here: http://convergence-london.com/news/download-free-19-track-convergence-compilation
And here’s a Spotify playlist for the event:
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