Ben Sims plays Cork – win tickets

House/Techno fans listen up – more gig news from Cork, and once again from independent promoters:

Ben Sims (Theory, Hardgroove- UK) will play Friday 3rd December at The Pavilion, Cork City, Ireland, supported by gig promoter and DJ/producer Jamie Behan (Bastardo Electrico, Subject Detroit).

Ben Sims is known as the ‘3 deck master’, ‘the human ableton’ and ‘the machine’. He got his first pair of decks at 10 years old and began DJing as a teenager. Fast forward 15 years to find him as one of the UK’s biggest techno exports and a much in-demand producer.

Ben has been involved in running 9 labels, a couple of which are on hold at present (Theory, Killabite, Hardgroove, Native, Ingoma, Symbolism, Assembly, KB Records inc, Split Music), each one with a distinctive sound, ranging from hardgroovin’ and funk driven techno and house that is the trademark of his DJ sets, via tribal, to melodic electronica. In a genre that propagates sound-a-likes, Ben Sims productions have gained widespread attention, influenced a generation and feature regularly in the boxes of his own personal heroes like Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, Jeff Mills and Rolando, whilst also attracting crossover appeal from the likes of Carl Cox etc.

He has remixed Jeff Mills, Green Velvet, Blake Baxter, DJ Funk, Marco Bailey, Chris Liebing, Adam Beyer plus many more and has had his tracks and remixes featured on mix cds by Robert Hood, Francois Kevorkian, DJ Rush, Joey Beltram, Dave Clarke, Umek, Luke Slater, Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin and hundreds more.

Check out the Facebook Event Page to enter the competition to win two pairs of passes. Just leave your name on the event wall and post the event to your own page to enter. Winners will be announced next week.

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