Treehouse vs PEEP
Peep keeps treating its public with positive & exceptional electronic pleasures. And this time, they will do it in a Treehouse. Treehouse is a fairly young nesting place for events, acts and other occurences in and around Ghent. The annual 'First of May - Labour Day' open air is their main event on which they bring the so-called 'Berlin-style' open air parties and atmosphere to our beloved city. They simply like to throw a nice party. Nothing more, nothing less. As such, they perfectly fit the Peep philosophy. They like to support local talent and so do we! So we let them set up their tree house at our next edition.
We both love house music and the positive feelings it brings us ànd we both love celebrating those electronic pleasures in a great environment. The warm days for open air events have sadly gone by so why not mingle the warm atmospheres of both crowds for an indoor ‘Berlin-style’ party at the beautiful concert-hall of Vooruit.
Our first headliner Martyn released his third album “The Air in between Worlds” on the legendary Ninja Tune label to great critical acclaim. He’s also the man who was chosen to mix the 50th Fabric compilation and runs the 3024 label full of groundbreaking new talent. This and his more recent endeavours on Ostgut Ton make him one of the hottest names of the moment. An electronic wizard who’s sure to amaze you! After performances on all the biggest festivals (Tendays, Dour, I Love Techno, Tomorrowland, ... ), we’re happy to welcome him back to Belgium in an intimate setting.
Next up, an artist who’s been around for over 20 years but who keeps re-inventing himself time after time. Ian Pooley came fully back in the spotlight since 2012 with a hit release on Innervisions. Last year he brought us his 5th album “What I Do” on his own Pooled Music label. After a follow-up EP on Innervisions and tracks on Get Physical, Ovum, Rejected and more, Ian Pooley proves once again he’s capable of covering more musical territory than most can dream of trying in a lifetime. Ian Pooley will surely take us on a beautiful musical ride!
As monthly resident at Panorama Bar and the original label manager for Ostgut Ton, Nick Höppner has played a central role in defining the overwhelming sound of Ostgut. He released 5 solo 12"s on the label and mixed the Panorama Bar 04 compilation, which gained great reviews across the board. Need we say anymore ..
Three international guests who are ultra hot at the moment for three times as much pleasure!
From our own town, resident Spacid will be doing the house honours for Peep and ‘No Shit Like Deep’, playing at about any leading club & radio-station around town, will be adding the special flavours.
So let’s all climb in the tree house and house the night away!