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Hypercolour present Lee Gamble, Luke Vibert, Lurka, LOFT, FFT at ://about blank

On Saturday 23 February, Hypercolour pull together a stonking lineup for their first party of the year at ://about blank in Berlin.

Having just released ‘In A Paraventral Scale‘, the first part of ‘Flush Real Pharynx‘, a triptych being released through Hyperdub – Lee Gamble headlines the event, primed to inject some interstellar electronics for the heads.

Long standing pioneer Luke Vibert joins in on the occasion alongside Bristol-based producer Timedance affiliate Lurka. NTS regular and rising talent LOFT joins long-standing Hypercolour crew member FFT, who recently released a six-track batch of punctilious machine music on Leeds-based record label Super Hexagon. FFT will present his first ever live set in Berlin.

Support on the night arrives courtesy of Jo Rae and Cedric Maison.

Discover more about Hypercolour on Inverted Audio.

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