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A Huge Electronica Extravaganza is coming to Birkenhead

Thanks to local promoters and record label, Moolakii Club Audio Interface, Birkenhead will be hosting a huge electronic music showcase this July. From 7pm, top acts Sulk Rooms, Kayla Painter, and James Adrian Brown are visiting The Bloom Building Tuesday 23rd July for an evening of electronica, synth, and tech.

Fans of all things electronic and synth should not miss this night since the Holy Trinity of electronic music will mix for an event that will develop from minimal to uptempo. Before two special guests join him, the highly praised Sulk Rooms, who has done amazing things at The Capstone Theatre recently, will bring his looped soundscapes swimming with minimal beats.

A Huge Electronica Extravaganza is coming to Birkenhead

Kayla Painter, an experimental artist and producer, is considered one of the top ambient electronica artists in the UK, having performed at prestigious events such as Bluedot Festival and The Great Escape. Working with labels such as Melodic Records and Bubblewrap Records, her releases have received heavy airplay from the likes of Mary-Anne Hobbs, Gilles Peterson, Tom Ravenscroft, and BBC 1’s Phil Taggart. 

James Adrian Brown will be bringing his deep, dark, and otherworldly electronica at the same time. As a solo electronic artist, the guitarist from alternative rock band “Pulled Apart by Horses” has become rather well-known. His work captures and generates sound in the real world with physical hardware, combining analogue synths alongside tape machines, piano, strings, and walls of ambient atmospherics.

Moolakii’s Jez Thelwell said: 

“It’s very rare you get a huge electronic music showcase in Birkenhead with such top artists, so we’ve definitely hit a niche. As promoters and as a record label, we’re mostly focused on supporting up and coming electronic talent — giving them a platform — but to put on such a big event in our local area is really exciting. These really are top draw artists!”

Providing a platform for peripheral and underground experimental electronica artists and projects, Moolakii facilitates small scale DIY releases for emerging electronic music via Bandcamp and through their website, as well as stocking music in the likes of Dig Records. The event is their third event following two other successful showcases at The Bloom Building.

Jez summarised: 

“The previous two events went down a storm and The Bloom Building is a fantastic venue in which to host such events! We’re really looking forward to this latest showcase and hopefully it will inspire the local artists we work with through our label too!”

You can book your tickets HERE.

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