Matrixxman to take stage at Istanbul’s Zorlu Performing Arts Center

Matrixxman to take stage at Istanbul’s Zorlu Performing Arts Center

ISTANBUL
Matrixxman to take stage at Istanbul’s Zorlu Performing Arts Center

Futurist techno producer Charles Duff, known as Matrixxman, will be at Zorlu PSM Studio on Jan. 20.

Amid a serious dearth of American techno producers in recent years, Matrixxman has been busy soundtracking the technological singularity that unfolds before us. His sound tends to be cold and mechanized yet somehow retains an element of warmth, perhaps even soul, if you will.

In 2013, Matrixxman’s debut EP “The XX Files” received critical acclaim garnering praise from the likes of The Fader, Pitchfork, XLR8R and Fact Magazine.

His relentless rhythm track “Protocol” has been supported and played by the who’s who of dope underground elite including Levon Vincent, Richie Hawtin, Len Faki, Jeff Mills, Boddika, Pfirter and Dubfire.

Meanwhile, on the house side of things, various tunes of his have been rinsed by tastemakers such as Larry Heard, Joey Anderson, HNNY, Huerco S., Seth Troxler, San Soda and Damian Lazarus, to name a few. 

After a steady output of EPs on labels like Dekmantel, Planet Rhythm and Delft, he released his first full-length album Homesick on Ghostly International in July 2015.

Matrixxman will be on Zorlu PSM stage in collaboration with Jeton Records.

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