28.06.2019, 23:59

Berghain Panorama Bar - Finest Friday

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Panorama Bar Finest Friday: Jay Daniel Kyle Hall Lakuti Tama Sumo
28. Juni 2019 Einlass & Beginn: 23:59 h / Doors & Start: 11:59 pm Eintritt ab 18 Jahre! / x-rated Bitte beachtet das Fotografieverbot / Please respect our no-photos policy Nur Abendkasse / Pay on the door only


Als Hort der Herzlichkeit und des geschmackssicheren Housesounds hat sich jeden dritten Monat der von Lakuti und Tama Sumo programmierte Finest Friday gefestigt. Auch im Juni haben beide zwei Gäste eingeladen, die gleichermaßen die Zuschreibung Newcomer lange abgestreift haben und sich in den vergangenen Jahren vielmehr als Erneuerer des Motor City-House-Sounds etablieren konnten. 2010 spielte Kyle Hall seinen ersten Gig in der Panorama Bar, hatte damals längst auf Omar-S’ Label FXHE veröffentlicht als auch Releases auf Labels wie Hyperdub und Moods & Grooves. Aber gerade auf seinem eigenen Imprint Wild Oats lief Kyle Hall zu voller Form auf, wo er zwei exzellente Alben herausbrachte. Zwischen House- und und Technoplatten aufgewachsen ist Kyle Hall heute an der Spitze einer neuen Detroiter Generation. Dasselbe muss man zu Jay Daniel sagen: 2016 spielte er bereits auf Einladung Lakutis und Tama Sumos und ist auch heute einer der hell strahlendsten Sterne Detroits. Das liegt vielleicht auch an seiner Mutter, Naomi Daniel, der Stimme von Planet-E-Klassikern wie „Stars“ und „Feel The Fire“. Veröffentlicht hat Jay auf Theo Parrishs Sound Signature und Funkievens Apron Records, ein Album auf Technicolor und im März erst den Longplayer ‚Tala‘ auf seinem eigenen Watusi High-Imprint. Außerdem an den Decks: eure Hosts Tama Sumo and Lakuti.

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Thanks to those that showed up for Finest Friday in March and made our night with Marcellus Pittman, Carista and Kalypso Bang a night to remember. We are super excited for this June edition – bringing two of our faves, repping a new and younger generation of Detroit artists: Kyle Hall and Jay Daniel.

It’s been a long way coming but we are super happy to finally be able to host Kyle Hall. Omar-S, Theo Parrish, Rick Wilhite, Mike Huckaby and other Detroit luminaries call him one of the most talented youngsters around. Kyle has been DJing and recording music since he was prepubescent, and was mentored by some of the most notable names in contemporary Detroit house and techno. His first lessons came from DJ Raybone Jones, respected locally as a DJ and a DJ’s barber. Then he met Rick Wilhite, one-third of 3 Chairs (with Theo Parrish and Kenny Dixon, Jr., Marcellus Pittman) and owner of Vibes New and Rare Music until it closed some years back. He learned the program Reaktor from Mike Huckaby. At age 16 he met Omar S. In 2007, Kyle released his first official record, a single-sided EP on FXHE called ‘Plastik-Ambash’. By 2010 he was a household name amongst clubbers the world over and he was touring and travelling the world. He has since gone on to release a couple of excellent albums and EPs on his very own Wild Oats label. A great catalogue of EPs also on Third Ear, Hyperdub, Moods & Grooves, and has released music as FunkinEvil alongside, Funkineven.

We are happy to have Jay Daniel come join us after we hosted him back in 2016. Jay Daniel is one of the brightest emerging stars in the latest generation of Detroit electronic music artists. He is also a part of the legacy of the motor city sound with a mother, namely Naomi Daniel, who is the voice behind Planet-E classics “Stars” and “Feel The Fire”, both of which were produced by Carl Craig and released in the early 90s. Having released some choice EPs on labels such as Theo Parrish’s Sound Signature and Funkieven’s Apron Records, Jay has now gone on to release an album on Technicolor and the most recent album ‘Tala’ on his very own label Watusi High. Jay Daniel has gone on to remix Four Tet, Wajeed and recently Peggy Gou.

As per usual Tama Sumo and Lakuti will be there to add some extra sauce by way of djaying and hosting you. We hope you can make it.

Lakuti & Tama Sumo