Âme are German duo Kristian Beyer & Frank Wiedemann. Inspired by the music of Stevie Wonder, WestEnd Records, Transmat, Weather Report and Herbie Hancock, they describe their output as ‘Detroit-influenced deep house and music with soul’.
Propelled by the early success of their 1995 hit ‘Rej’, the duo has amassed a prodigious international following, and an equally impressive catalog of original music and remixes.
We’re proud to present Âme in the intimate environment of Space2, a rare treat to be sure. Warmart’s own Mark Lippert handles opening duties.
Jeremy Ellis came to the attention of the music cognoscenti with his 2001 dancefloor anthem ‘Let This’. More than a decade later, Ellis has evolved, becoming the undisputed ‘Master of the Maschine’. Channeling his prodigious musical acumen, he has elevated the act of sampling to a high art, and in the process, has inspired and influenced an entire generation of nascent beat-makers.
We are pleased to welcome Jeremy to Space2 Friday, February 10 for his first-ever Atlanta performance.
Funk saxophonist & original hip hop architect Jimmy Castor has passed. Check this New York Times tribute, and enjoy this rare live performance of his classic tune ‘Troglodyte‘.