Charlotte de Witte

PopGun Presents

Charlotte de Witte

Tin Man, La-4a, Physical Therapy, Justin Cudmore

Mar 10

Doors: 11:00 pm / Show: 11:00 pm

Elsewhere

Brooklyn, NY

$15 - $25

This event is 21 and over

Charlotte de Witte
Charlotte de Witte
Belgium’s ’Raving George’ dispenses of her alias in 2015 after 7 years working with it. But now the 23 year-old starts a new adventure under her own name; Charlotte de Witte.
Tin Man
Tin Man
1978, born and raised in California. Started releasing records in 2004.
La-4a
La-4a
DJ and producer from US, now based in Berlin (Germany).
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
Body Music.
A blissed out, an end-of-the-night feeling.

"From darker techno on Fifth Wall to jungle-inspired pop production for Dan Bodan and off-kilter house on his own label, it seems like Fisher can pull off anything he tries...If there's anything Fisher has carried over from his early production days, it's the mischief." -Resident Advisor


"...an exciting portal into the future." -Pitchfork
Justin Cudmore
Justin Cudmore
Techno producer Justin Cudmore’s coming-of-age as a fan and creator of dance music happened amidst the wide expanses of central Illinois. As a kid growing up in the state’s tucked-away capital of Springfield, he played the drums at home and in school as a jazz percussionist. But where most of his peers were tuned into pop music, Justin was wearing out self-made mixes and classic disco compilations. Then as a student in the college town of Champaign Justin dove further into electronic music, workshopping new-wave influenced beats in bands and DJing parties, primarily at the club night Physical Challenge, which he started in 2007.

But he fully came into his own in cities across the country and world. While studying in Norway, Justin was a regular at monthly parties thrown by Todd Terje and Prins Thomas. He moved to Chicago after college and began working for the influential dance music blog Little White Earbuds, which opened him up to the city’s thriving underground house and techno scene. Currently, Justin is a fixture across Brooklyn, popping up on dance floors and behind booths, where he has spun records at his Hotmix parties along with Mike Servito and Gunnar Haslam.

Through it all, Justin has remained a student of history who recognizes that house and techno still drip with the sweat of its pioneers. Much like the teenager who burrowed deep into his own mind, Justin prefers old sounds over new. He has spent years digging into crates both digital and physical, gathering inspiration for his own productions, which marry snaking acid lines and bouncy grooves to samples that have remained close to his heart. 2016 will see the release of his first 12" on Honey Soundsystem Records and a track on techno veteran Heartthrob's ISNISNT label this summer.
Venue Information:
Elsewhere
599 Johnson Ave
Brooklyn, NY, 11237
http://www.elsewherebrooklyn.com/