And Shed is a faithful guardian of this spirit. He doesn’t just release unbelievable amount of inspiring music - often under different names like EQD, Wax, Head High, WK7 or Seelow - that usually tells stories with a mix of nostalgia and progression, but it’s also not uncommon for him to take the fate of the records into his own hands: stamping them, soldering out the catalogue numbers in the run-out groove, shipping them out to stores. Like a one-man underground factory. Not because he doesn't have the people to do it (especially since he worked at the legendary Hard Wax in Berlin between 2006 and 2010), but because he likes to do it.
“Music is craftsmanship, especially techno. In order to do good dance music, you need to understand how it actually works, how to make the music work” - he said once. Now it's our turn to see what it’s like when this beautiful work kicks in on our dark dancefloor. Expect a tough slog.
At the door:
Phase 1 ; 3000.-HUF
Phase 2 ; 4000.-HUF
Phase 3 ; 5000.- HUF