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Daniel Avery is The Big Romance special guest DJ this week

Daniel Avery is The Big Romance special guest DJ this week

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Daniel Avery is the special guest reveal for The Big Romance’s 5th birthday gig this Thursday November 23rd.

The producer and composer Daniel Avery will play a vinyl influences set playing playing records from his collection that heavily inspire or influence his music.

It’s free in and kicks off at 8pm.

Avery plays Centre Point on Friday from 11pm.

Optimo are also playing Friday night and there’s an all-day party on Saturday too to mark the 5th birthday.

Menawhile, Daniel Avery is currently new live versions of tracks from his seminal debut album Drone Logic, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. ‘Need Electric’,and ‘Free Floating’ are out now and the final redux, ‘Drone Logic’, will land in tandem with the reissue of the original LP, slated for December 8th on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy label.

“The three versions of Drone Logic Redux were born out of my live show, which I began touring around the Ultra Truth album. Every single note on that tour was deconstructed and rebuilt to create a singular flow encompassing the last ten years of music. I was incredibly excited and inspired by the shape all the versions took, and, of course, to see the crowd reactions. It felt right to send some of them out into the world like this. These tracks are intended to sit alongside the originals. They are companion pieces from a different camera angle. The same heart beating with a new vibration.”

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