Etiquette takes over London’s Rhythm Factory this Saturday, 5 May.
Headlining is Chicago’s Tevo Howard, guardian of old-school Windy City house values and creator of raw jack-tracks for Buzzin’ Fly and Rush Hour as well as his own Tevo Howard Recordings and Beautiful Granville imprints.
Also on the bill: Brawther, whose 2011 12″ ‘Do It Yourself’ was the first release on James Priestley and Giles Smith’s secretsundaze label, and who has put out several records since on Balance, a sub-label of the legendary Prescription Records (Ron Trent, Chez Damier, etc).
The third and final guest is Alex Coulton, who impressed with his recent ‘Candy Flip’ on Bristol’s Idle Hands, and also has a split release with Szare and an EP for All Caps under his belt. Support comes from Etiquette residents Koldt and Basic Audio.
The night runs 11pm-7am, tickets are £6/£8/£10 (£7 NUS) and available here.