FUTURE TERROR 2017 – 2018 at UNIT / UNICE / SALOON 各フロア別フルラインナップ発表
2月31日代官山UNIT / Unice / Saloonで開催される [FUTURE TERROR 2017 -2018] のフロア別・フルラインナップの発表です。
We are happy to announce the full line-up for [FUTURE TERROR 2017-2018] at Daikanyama’s UNIT / UNICE / SALOON on December 31st.
This will be the Future Terror crew’s 3rd year hosting the COUNTDOWN PARTY at UNIT. Expect the same underground approach in the music and
attitude at one of Tokyo’s best clubs. The last 2 years were a massive success, thanks to you and we look forward to hosting another quality night out.
2017 was a year full of change and upheaval around the world and in the music scene as well. Come celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of a new start with us. Future Terror has selected a lineup that represents this year “a stage where the new and univeral can mix”.
This year’s headliner will be Detroit legend and techno master, “THE BOSS” TERRENCE DIXON, making his Japan debut. Following him, DJ NOBU who, has become one of the most in demand DJs around the globe, respected and sought after by some of the best clubs and promoters out there, and his fellow Future Terror crew members, HARUKA and KURUSU. From Berlin, BLIND OBSERVATORY, who has emerged rapidly in the scene recently and has a semi-residency at the world’s top techno club, Berghain. WATA IGARASHI, a techno producer from Japan whose music is gaining attention in the global scene now. GONNO played an amazing set at the 1st Future Terror count down party. We are also excited to present IORI again on the UNIT floor. 2017 was a year of growth for CHRIS SSGS from mnmlssgs. MOTORPOOL resident, DSKE never disappoints. YOSHINORI HAYASHI, who’s unique take house music will keep the floor bumping late into the night. Also DJ’s KURI, AKIRAM EN, Dr. NISHIMRA, YAZI, MUSTACHE X, YOU FORGOT, THE YAMAYA, as well as the OTODASHI sound system crew for the B1 floor, UNICE, which will be supported by the WIGGLE ROOM crew and YAMACHANG as lighting / laser for B2F, UNIT.
In total 3 floors of music, UNIT/UNICE/SALOON.
Currently the early bird tickets are sold out. Resident Advisor and clubberia will have advanced discount tickets on sale now.
The timetable will be released after Christmas. Stay Tuned!
FUTURE TERROR 2017-2018
2017.12.31 – 2018.01.01
TERRENCE DIXON (Tresor | Metroplex | Minimal Detroit) -Live-
DJ NOBU (Future Terror | Bitta)
BLIND OBSERVATORY (Gravitational | Berlin)
WATA IGARASHI (Midgar)
IORI (Bitta | Semantica)
HARUKA (Future Terror)
LASER : YAMACHANG
[UNICE] supported by WIGGLE ROOM | Soundsystem: OTODASHI
GONNO (WC | International Feel | Endless Flight)
MUSTACHE X (Fake Eyes Production)
YOU FORGOT (UGFY)
THE YAMAYA (chamber)
KURI (BLACK FOREST)
DR. NISHIMURA (悪魔の沼)
AKIRAM EN (forestlimit)
CHRIS SSG (mnml ssgs)
YAZI (BLACK SMOKER)
KURUSU (Future Terror)
(time) open/start 22:00
(fee) EARLY BIRD: 2,500YEN ADV: 3,000YEN WITH FLYER: 3,5
(venue) UNIT / Unice / Saloon DAIKANYAMA / ZA HOUSE BLD. 1-34-17 Ebisu-
(notice) You must over 20 with photo ID.
<TERRENCE DIXON BIOGRAPHY> （テレンス・ディクソン・バイオグラフィー）
Terrence Dixon（テレンス・ディクソン / a.k.a. Popuration One）は活動歴20年以上に及ぶミシガン州デトロイトのテクノ
彼の言葉によると、彼の作るテクノ・ミュージックは “Forward thinking ghetto electronics”（フォワード・シンキング・ゲットー・
Terrence Dixon who describes techno as “Forward thinking ghetto electronics” is widely recognised for his incongruous, minimal sound design, authenticity and dedication. He is also the founder of minimal detroit. Terrence Dixon, started making music at the age of 19 with his first release ‘Live in Detroit’ following two years later in 1994 on Utensil Records, after being discovered by Claude Young Jr. He went on to craft a second release ‘Unknown Black Shapes’ the same year under the moniker Population One on Metroplex. Terrence who describes techno as “Forward thinking ghetto electronics” is widely recognised for his incongruous, minimal sound design, authenticity and dedication. He found his true voice with ‘Minimalism’ in 1995 on Utensil, then followed up with EP ‘Bionic Man’ in 1998, going on to co-produce ‘Skynet’ with Juan Atkins on Tresor. The full length ‘From The Far Future pt 2’ made Fact Magazine’s ‘Best 50 Albums of 2012’ reaching number 8, pt.1 of this series was also repressed by Tresor in 2016. The album contains at least four of his boldest compositions: the industrial nightmare ‘Dark City Of Hope’ the suspenseful aquatic ‘The Study’, the bubbling subliminal music concrete of ‘Vision Blurry’ and especially the frenzied neurotic cosmic array of ‘The Auto Factory’. 2013 saw release Badge of Honour described as more “reverent than nostalgic – it could be an unearthed gem from the mid 90’s”. The veteran producer announced his retirement from music in 2014 – but reemerged soon after under Population One with ‘Theater of a Confused Mind’ on Rush Hour, and on Trip where he was featured on the label’s debut release, plus a collaboration with Orlando Voorn in 2016. Not just a music producer, Terrence is also the force behind ‘minimal detroit’ – a platform incorporating events, tours, artist agency and local community, with record and clothing labels to follow. Launched in 2014 with a secret Facebook group of Detroit fans that grew to some 20,000 – managing to enforce the one rule “Detroit related posts only”. Terrence has a clear and forward vision for minimal detroit – combining a campaign to reenergise the city of Detroit, with a worldwide export mission. minimal detroit has a local back to basics approach, cultivating and nurturing the city’s assets and community to bolster the original foundations. minimal detroit is embarking on a series of events and partnerships as part of a long-term initiative to expand the brand. 2017 has released on Out-Er and Tresor, and live shows from Population One with two new band members – Dave Peoples on keys and Doc Midi on drums… and finally he will come to UNIT TOKYO on NYE.
<BLIND OBSERVATORY BIOGRAPHY> （ブラインド・オブザーバトリー・バイオグラフィー）
Blind Observatory is a Berlin based artist that is influenced by science fiction with a certain nostalgia for the future. His music aims to reflect this by offering a sonic equivalent to staring through a telescope made out of sounds related to early techno and electro, to fully immerse you into a beautiful, futuristic nocturnal scene. His output is carefully considered, hypnotic and absorbing, with warm grooves and spacious, intergalactic signifiers helping to suspend you in space. For him, and for those who get entranced by his powerful productions and dynamic DJ sets, music is meditation. Dreamt up in long studio sessions and distilled into impactful elements, Blind Observatory’s finished tracks are patient yet potent.