People of Manchester this Easter weekend the much fancied Warehouse Project returns with 4 nights of electronic music mayhem, including one very special night celebrating 20 years of Carl Craig’s legendary Planet-E label.
Now I don’t know about you but here at Slutty Fringe when we think of the beautiful elegiac sounds of Detroit Techno, the closest mankind has ever come to recreating the music of the seraphim through crappy synthesizers we think cider, and not just any cider, but Kopparberg, truly the Underground Resistance of apple based alcoholic beverages.
Cementing this relationship, Sweden’s original, premium fruit cider are sponsoring this Easters series of parties and have given us a pair of tickets for this Saturday’s Planet-E bash, but seeing as like the Ravens of the Tower bad things were to happen if we left London we’ve decided to give away our tickets to one lucky reader.
So if you’d like to enjoy the cold, crisp, refreshing sound of Carl Craig, Laurent Garnier, Space DImension Controller, Tiger & Woods and more then answer the question below and we’ll pick one random winner tomorrow (Wednesday 20th) at midday.
Q) The Kopparberg Brewery was founded in 1945 by a small group of brewers. Detroit Techno was started in the early 80′s by a small group of producers, but by what name is this trio colloquially known as?