||King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
||+ Roman Nose + The Mighty Cream + Darc
||All Tickets = £6.00
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Starting 2012 as "one to watch" from AllyMcCrae at BBC Introducing, TeKlo went on to take the year by storm with hissplit-personality mechanical music. His 2012 included, headlining T in theParks T-Break stage, playing at UKF Edinburgh, remixing for Warner Music artistBenny Banks, and continued nationwide airplay from BBC Introducing.
As for 2013, by early January the Sun newspaper hadfeatured him in their Class of 2013, claiming he was "set to bemassive". With new unreleased material prepared for his famously energeticlive sets, he is firing into 2013 with his speakers turned up to"dismember". The only way he knows how.
TeKlo describes himself as a “glitchy, bass-heavyelectronic music guy from Scotland”. His EP Mutilate brought with it muchacclaimed success and a loyal fan base. This year so far has set the bar high,so expect exciting things from this young talented DJ and producer.
"Oneof the greatest Dubstep talents of the moment" "He takes the sound ofDubstep and pushes it to its very limits" - Ally McCrae (BBC Radio 1)
"Wizard", "Split personalitymusic" - The Scottish Sun
"We're left in no doubt as to why theseguys were headliners." - "In-your-face bass madness with just enoughintelligence in amongst the full-frontal-assault [...] to satisfy both thedancefloor, and those looking for a headphone soundtrack for the urbandystopia." - The Skinny
"Big, messy, intensely bassythrills" - The List
"TeKlo’s set is like a wrecking ball tothe loins, a punch-in-the-face techno frenzy which makes you feel... a bitused" - Scotsmans Radar