Event organisers Claydrum join forces with EPM to deliver a techno and extravaganza at Ipanema in Maastricht, NL. The two first collaborated for last years New Years Eve establishing a mutual platform between both DJs and participants.

This Halloween (31 October) we announce Claydrum Indoor 2014 with the undisputed originator of Minimal Techno, Robert Hood.

Robert is also known as Floorplan and had a number of hits under this alias over the last year. He will be accompanied by M-Plant label cohort Oliver Way aka Mr O who is also one half of the infamous Detroit Grand Pubahs.  This year they celebrate the 20th year anniversary of their label M-Plant.  

They will be supported by The Netherlands raising talent De Sluwe Vos who has released on labels such as on labels like 4Lux and Slapfunk. His unique DJ set incorporating a Roland 909 drum machine has been in demand from organisers such as Awakenings, NL and Together festival, UK.

Claydrum residents Dubiosity & Pjotr G (Gynoid Audio, Translucent, Hypnotic Room), Funktion & Thomas Vrijhof will be helping to beat the ‘Drum all night long.

Claydrum is a techno family with its roots in the south Netherlands city of Maastricht that has quickly grown from 200 to attracting an audience of 1500 in just 4 years, bringing some of the most internationally recognised DJs to the city including Ben Klock, Andre Galuzzi, Slam and Gary Beck. This summer they hosted the techno stage at Groove Garden festival & Ruis Festival

EPM is an international recognised music company and record label with offices in London, Berlin & Los Angeles, besides Maastricht. They have showcased events in at ADE (Amsterdam), Sonar (Nitsa), Es Vive Hotel (Ibiza), fabric (London), Berghain and Suicide Circus (Berlin) and hosted the techno stage at Solar Weekend festival 2012 (NL). The alliance between EPM & Claydrum seemed natural with bases in the same city and a musical direction that complimented each other.

Claydrum Indoor – 31 October 2014
Robert Hood
Mr O (Detroit Grand Pubahs)
De Sluwe Vos
Pjotr G
Thomas Vrijhof
Sound: Funktion One