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Matthias Tanzmann in The Lab LDN

Moon Harbour's front man takes the reigns to celebrate 15 years of the label

  • Callum Reece
  • 6 October 2015
Matthias Tanzmann in The Lab LDN

The Lab LDN is Mixmag and Smirnoff Sound Collective's weekly live stream, powered by Void Acoustics, where we showcase the finest DJs direct from our world famous office party and this week we've lined up one of our best double bills to date. First up from 4.30pm BST this Friday we welcome Matthias Tanzmann.

An undisputed King of the DC:10 terrace Tanzmann joins us ahead of the 15 years of Moon Harbour showcase in London. Part of a 15 date international tour the prolific label specialise in releasing the perfect combination of rolling tech house and minimal deeper club sounds.

The label has built up an exceptional canon of music that's lead to no less than 100 EPs, five artist albums and ten label compilations. The Leipzig based label's roster includes artists such as has Luna City Express, Sable Sheep, Marco Faraone, Adam Port, wAFF, Steve Lawler, Butch, Detlef and loads more.

Having been on our Lab hist list for close to 3 years now we're delighted to welcome label boss Matthias Tanzamnn. His residency at Circo Loco where we often teams up with long time friend Davide Squillace is nothing short of legendary and back in 2013 the duo inked up with Desolat's Martin Buttrich as Better Lost Than Stupid. The collective have a debut album on the way as well as a brand new live show to boot.

You'll be able able to watch Tanzmann's hour set in its entirety below or on MixmagTV this Friday from 4.30pm BST.

Tickets for the London leg of the 15 years of Moon Harbour tour can be found here and you'll also be able to catch the label at ADE. The labels brand new compilation is out October 28.

The Smirnoff Sound Collective is all about bringing fans closer to the DJs. Giving up and coming talent a platform and throwing unique events where fans and artists can party together. Check out more from the Sound Collective here

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