Nihad Tule has lately emerged as one of the most profilic producers on the Swedish techno scene. He’s made an impressive string of releases and remixes on respected techno labels such as Drumcode and Truesoul, receiving support from names like Adam Beyer, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, DJ Rolando, Joel Mull, Cari Lekebusch, Len Faki, and many more.
Norrköping-based Inter Gritty’s love affair with techno started in the early nineties. His latest, most ambitious project is the vinyl-only label Random Island, on which he released the first EP himself with the hard-hitting Kiska as well as a haunting Nihad Tule remix. The second release is just about to hit the shelves, and inspired EP by Nihad Tule & Bauri that stretches all the way from raw, pounding techno to deep electronica. More material is on its way on Random Island as well as labels like 1:53.2 and Kant. His love for the old school of techno can most certainly be expected to shine through as he visits 2:35.1, where he will officially premiere a hardware-only live set. In fact, it will also be the first time he’s played in Stockholm since the 90s.