The end of the summer is approaching and Tech-Noir are seeing it out in style with a Bank Holiday Special! Heading to Brighton’s Coalition on Sun 27 Aug, they’ve announced their very special guest will be DJ Tim Cullen.
Cullen has established himself as one of the most exciting, jet-setting DJ/Producers on the scene. Not only being hand-picked to become a resident DJ at the world famous Ministry of Sound in London, he is also one of the scene’s most versatile DJs and an incredible crowd reader. These skills have earned him sets alongside big hitters such as Carl Cox, UMEK, Hot Since 82, Erick Morillo, Pete Tong and not forgetting Armin Van Buuren and Hardwell at the Top 100 DJ Awards in London two years running. In the last year alone, Tim has played headline sets everywhere from China to the Cayman Islands, Bahrain to Ibiza and beyond.
In the studio, few can match Tim Cullen’s abilities behind a mixing desk. As a fully-qualified engineer with a truly musical ear for house music, this has seen him work on everything from Dreamworks animations and major TV advertising campaigns to releases under his own name and his alias Touch Enable. Tim’s dance-floor smashes Skank Marvin, Discobomb and Hands Out have taken clubland by storm, and his list of remixes have hit top spots on numerous download charts, realeased on labels such as Toolroom, 303Lovers, Skint and his own imprint – Grin Recordings. His talent and unrivalled passion for what he does never fails to shine through into everything he touches, be it his ability to read the mind of his crowds or his skills at remixing songs to their ultimate dance-floor potential.
Retaking Brighton’s seafront from the tourists and mod wanabes, Tech-Noir’s August Bank Holiday Special also promises the awesome talents of Nick Hook, Brody, Pat Waller, Steve Cox and Max Ludford in the main room. They’ll be bringing you the best in underground house and tech house, while in romm two they’ll be classic, old school and funky house sounds from W.H.A.T.A.M.I, Cheets, Deano Pressure, Lidia De Luca and Ago.