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Fuse presents CLR night with Brian Sanhaji (live) & Tommy Four Seven

Fuse Rue Blaesstraat 208, Brussels, Belgium

Room 1
♦ Brian Sanhaji (Official) LIVE
♦ Tommy Four Seven (Official)
♦ Pierre
♦ Deg

♦ Brian Sanhaji LIVE (CLR (Official), Egoton, DE)

When Brian the young innovator, came across a music program on a friend´s Amiga 500, the desire to produce his own sound started to grow within. In the beginning he experimented with Hip Hop beats, but triggered by a “The Prodigy” gig he started focusing more and more on Techno. As much as for many of his contemporaries in the nineties, the legendary “Omen” club in Frankfurt served as a source of inspiration for him. His first two records under the pseudonym “Relic” were released on the label “Triebtäter” in 2000 and 2001.

After this he took the next step and founded his own label “Enable Recordings”, on which he presents artists like “The Advent” or Andre Walter, next to his own productions. Little by little, Brian got the opportunity to release on further labels as well, for instance “Punkt Music” or “Definition Records”. At the same time he produced the project “Citizen Art” together with the artist ”Cess”, and amongst others released a remix for “The Horrorist” on “Things To Come”. But ultimately they were his own releases that turned him into a much requested live act. In the course of his transfer to CLR Booking in 2005, his booking schedule increased from the main floor of “Nature One”, to the “Detroit Electronic Music Festival” in the States to his preliminary peak at “Spinclub” / Ibiza. Next to his well-established label “Enable Recordings”, he founded another imprint called “Sonata Music” in the beginning of 2008. Although it was planned as a digital only label, he started releasing the tracks on vinyl as well, due to the big success.

In October 2008, the album prerelease single “Cortosis” came out, together with a remix by Chris Liebing. In November 2008, the long awaited first Studio album “Stereotype” was finally released on his all-time favorite Techno labelCLR. “A stylistically versatile, entirely club oriented record with traces of Minimal, House and Dub, always true to its Techno origins.” When Brian is not touring as a live act, or producing new tracks and remixes, he is also working as a highly successful mastering technician with clients like CLR, Cocoon Recordings or Spinclub Recordings, just to mention a few.

♦ Tommy Four Seven (CLR, DE)

In a musical landscape that’s often turning towards its rich heritage for inspiration, it’s rare to find an artist as distinctive as British born, Berlin based DJ and producer Tommy Four Seven, who has established himself as a prolific force throughout an enviable career just shy of a decade. Since relocating from London in 2008, he has gone on to position himself as a core member of Chris Liebing’s renowned label CLR, using his own studio in an industrial sector of the city as a base from which to craft the acutely visceral sound he calls his own.

It was following remixes for lauded producers Lucy and Traversable Wormhole, that Tommy announced his boldest statement to date in the form of his debut album Primate. Released in 2011, it was a move that was to bolster his standing as one of the most exciting acts around, not least for it’s singular approach to sound design and refreshingly abrasive attitude. Winning him instant critical acclaim, and containing celebrated tracks Armed 3, Ratu and Track 5, it was to go on to be reworked by such esteemed names as Robert Hood, Regis, Speedy J and Sigha, before earning him commissions from the likes of Perc, Emika, Truss and Brendon Moeller.

After pricking the ears of Stroboscopic Artefacts, who enlisted him for their distinguished Monad series, he now embarks upon his latest venture with Alain, of the respected One Million Mangos mastering studio in Berlin. Through Hidden Hundred - the creative platform and outlet they’ve constructed for themselves – they are set to release their highly anticipated, self-titled debut album under the moniker These Hidden Hands, a project that epitomises the intuitive approach Tommy has taken towards his work thus far. Coinciding with solo shows across Japan, Australia, North and South America, and throughout Europe, including a staggering 12-hour set at the infamous Berghain, it marks another chapter in a truly covetable career.

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