Date: Friday, 08.11.2013
Venue: Lantern Club
Venue Address: 100m North to Worker’s Stadium West Gate (in the basement behind Xuxianlou Restaurant)
Ticket: Presales – RMB 50 | Door – RMB 80 **Before 12 midnight 50RMB at the Door
Presales DELIVERY TICKETS: www.clubzone.cn / www.smartbeijing.com / http://www.mosh.cn/
Supporting DJs: Juliana Lima, Diva Li, Maggie, VanCleef.CoCo
FOOTPRINT足迹 has marked its footprint in Beijing for two years now! Over two years FOOTPRINT足迹 has been privileged to have hosted and marked the footprint with tonnes of DJs like Secret Cinema, Marco Bailey, Oscar Mulero, Deetron, KiNK, Alexander Kowalski, John Tejada, Ramon Tapia, Nick Hoppner, Funk D'Void, Kruse & Nuernberg, Claptone, Samuel L Session, Sian, Alex Flatner, Satoshi Fumi and Alinep in Beijing.
FOOTPRINT足迹 isthankful for all the support and all the lovely people that have marked their footprint with us! To celebrate the marking stories, FOOTPRINT 足迹 will have 2 big shows in Beijing and touring across China.
FOOTPRINT足迹 2 Years Anniversary Fewer will start with special invited female guest DJ – Tama Sumo and supported by all female DJs at Lantern, Beijing on Friday, 8th November 2013. Before FOOTPRINT 足迹 come to the end of the fewer with special invited guest DJ – Electric Rescue at Lantern, Beijing on Sat, 30th Nov 2013, FOOTPRINT足迹will be spreading the fewer across China – Kunming, Chengdu, Guiyang and Shanghai.
Sometimes the best DJs that are the hardest to write about – for instance Berlin based Tama Sumo. With no real production career and only one mix CD, Ostgut Ton’s Panorama Bar 02 to her name, the Berlin-based DJ has released very little. But listen to the way that some of Europe’s most renowned DJs talk about Tama Sumo and it becomes clear that she’s one of the most respected around. There’s no gimmick to latch onto with Tama, no quirk that makes her an exception to whatever rules exist in this whole game, she’s simply one of the best house and techno DJs around.
Tama’s been DJing since the early 1990s, holding down residencies at Drama and Café Moskau before graduating to the city’s Tresor club. As the nineties rolled into the noughties, she became the resident queen at Berlin powerhouse Panorama Bar and Berghain. In truth, Tama’s sound is somewhere between the two: she’s certainly more house than she is techno, but her sets pulse with the kind of bass more associated with the Berghain’s darker sound than Panorama’s.