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26 hours of December shows - plus Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

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Lee Gamble

Lee Gamble
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Birmingham-raised, London-based Lee Gamble is a producer and DJ of exploratory electronic/dance music, and owner of the UIQ label. From roots as a teenage DJ rinsing state-of-the-art jungle on pirate radio, Lee explored the mechanics and dimensions of computer music and noise in the ’00s with a series of abstract, sculptural releases for the Entr’acte label – "80mm O!I!O" (2006), and the "Join Extensions" (2009) album, amongst collaborations with artists Yutaka Makino and John Wall, respectively.

Subsequently, he tracked back to the ‘floor from an oblique angle with the ambient-techno / jungle deconstructions of two defining releases for the PAN label – "Diversions 1994-1996" (2012) and "Dutch Tvashar Plumes" (2012), the latter of which was hailed as FACT Magazine’s "Best British Album" in the "Alternative Brit Awards 2013". In the following year Lee issued his most expansive records to date with the "Kuang EP" (2014) and "KOCH" (2014) album, which both pursued a more nuanced perspective on dancefloor states and conventions – also found in Lee’s remixes and work for Mount Kimbie, Special Request, Amon Tobin and Hyperdub.

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