TOGETHER X Resident Advisor Central Stage at The Middle East on May 20, 2016

Resident Advisor returns to the Together Central Stage at The Middle East for a showcase featuring KiNK & Rachel Row, Jon Hopkins, Wigzen, Matt & Molly and more!

KiNK has become one of music’s most in demand producers and remixers: his tracks easily stand out in any club night and they are second to none in the most competitive environment music has ever seen. His abilities in finding the ‘sweet spot’ of new machines and even of sounds considered ‘classic’ and to reshape them into totally different beasts would be totally enough to justify the phenomenon. Yet this barely touches the surface of the story.

Jonathan Julian “Jon” Hopkins (born 15 August 1979) is an English producer and musician who writes and performs his own melodic electronica and dance music. After starting his career playing keyboard for Imogen Heap, he has produced or contributed to albums by Brian Eno, Coldplay, David Holmes, and others.

Wigzen, derived from a contemplative mind-body connection to music, is heavily influenced from the unifying diversity in house and techno, jubilant dance-floors, and dancing in the zone as fuel for his sonic mantra. A Self-disciplined DJ, producer, and remixer that infuses house music’s melodic fascination, rhythmic body hypnosis, and harmonic titillation with unique personal taste.

Matt and MollyT were born with Community Links. The Community Links concept is based on the idea that music connects people. We believe that if we can provide a collaborative workspace, welcoming passionate, likeminded individuals, that we can encourage the different groups in Boston to work together to grow our already healthy scene to its full potential. Our vision of a collaborative space manifests itself in a number of ways: a podcast, physical studio space, an open decks night (Techno Taco Tuesday), regular events with unique, “underground” bookings, or some combination thereof.

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