Benjamin Damage's Upcoming Gigs
Sat 13 Sep, 14
Zoo Project Festival (UK), Kettering
, United Kingdom
Fri 19 Sep, 14
Live, TBA, Bristol, United Kingdom
Sat 20 Sep, 14
50 Weapons night, Romy S., Stuttgart, Germany
Sat 27 Sep, 14
Stattbad, Stattbad, Berlin, Germany
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Benjamin Damage is a Berlin based electronic music producer from Wales, the first artist released on Ten Thousand Yen and the first signed to Modeselektor’s 50 Weapons label, culminating in the highly rated 2012 collaboration “They!Live” album with Yen boss Doc Daneeka.

His 2013 debut solo album “Heliosphere” was released to rave reviews on RA, XLR8R, De:Bug, Groove, and DJ Mag and featured the 2013 festival hit “010x”, described by Marcel Dettmann as the “track of the Summer” and licensed for Cassy’s Fabric Live mix. “Heliosphere” echoed in remixes by Robert Hood, Truncate and SCNTST released also on 50 Weapons this summer.

As a DJ Benjamin has performed at some of the biggest and best festivals all over the world, including Movement Detroit, Sonar and Melt!, sharing the stage with Giorgio Moroder in New York and performing to capacity crowds at Berlin's legendary techno club Berghain.

The recently released 4 track EP showcases the extremely rare ETI 4600 synthesiser and will be included on Ben Sim’s upcoming Fabric 73 mix in December. Also forthcoming is a remix for Alan Fitzpatrick on Drumcode.

BenjaminDamage   Benjamin Damage, London, Britain (UK)

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    Benjamin Damage - Benji B Radio 1 Guestmix

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