British electronic musicians Ceephax Acid Crew and Pinty performed at Powerhouse's 6th-anniversary party as part of the UK-Russia Year of Music programme.
Ceephax Acid Crew
Modern electronic producers feel no shame about coming on stage with a single laptop and calling it "live performance". Andy Jenkinson is the complete opposite – he takes his whole studio to do a show. Be it a concert in Japan, or a warehouse rave for Boiler Room, Andy presents each track live, using his favourite synthesizers and drum machines. To cut a long story short – Ceephax Acid Crew, one of the godfathers of UK rave, is coming to celebrate our birthday!
The South London MC, signed to Bradley Zero’s label Rhythm Section International and, as he introduces himself, ''about as Peckham as you can be’’, is influenced by the introspective poetry of The Streets, the downbeat moods of King Krule and the jazz-tinged house tones of production partner Maxwell Owin, and is beginning to make waves with his distinctly individual live performances, appearances on Boiler Room and Just Jam, radio residencies on Reprezent and Balamii and the front cover of the Peckham Peculiar.
About Powerhouse Moscow
Powerhouse Moscow is a gastro pub with a rich programme of events. Within its 19th century building, you will find a critically acclaimed restaurant, an events stage, a recording studio and two bars focused on classical cocktails using local ingredients and an almost scientific approach to whisky. Powerhouse appreciates the culture in all its diversity and so at PWRHS they schedule jazz concerts alongside theatre performances, night parties following concerts of neoclassical music and on occasion your neighbour at the bar may be an actor reciting contemporary literature. The choice is yours – the building has two separate zones, and if not in the mood for art, you can just enjoy dinner, plus in summer we open our famous backyard, one of the best and most peaceful places to relax in the centre of Moscow.