Freeze presents Kompakt Records Party St Lukes Church & Kazimer, Liverpool

Posted on 10 June 2013
By Jimmy Coultas
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Freeze present another jaw-dropping spectacle for the second event of the Summer.

They do so by once again putting forward an event in a set of stunning venue, with Liverpool’s St Luke’s Church and the Kazimer Theatre the scene for a double-headed mind-boggling summer showcase.

Following in the footsteps of St George’s Hall, the Williamson Tunnels and Liverpool Cathedral, St Luke’s, or the Bombed out Church as it is affectionately known, will be the environ for an open air party of seismic proportions.

A victim of the damage inflicted by the battery of German bombers during the Second World War, St Luke’s roof and windows may have been destroyed but it has since been reborn as a wondrous garden that illustrates the power of endurance.

July 13th will see the space transformed into a very special intimate soiree to indulge in some of the most epic of electronic music.

Freeze will be flying in none other than melodic techno bastion Gui Boratto for his only UK gig of the year.

The Brazilian’s mesmeric blend of lush electronica and dynamic ethereal grooves has been a captivating presence on the global dance scene for seven years, his orchestral efforts on Kompakt favoured by DJs as wide ranging as Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, Sven Vath and even Paul van Dyk.

If that wasn’t enough there will be an afterparty of sorts as Freeze’s sibling promotion Little Sister helms continues the fun in another of Liverpool’s gloriously charming venues, the Kazimer.

The Kompakt connection continues with label honcho Michael Mayer at the helm, returning to Freeze after his awe-inspiring performance in November 2012.

Kompakt stalwart Tobias Thomas will also play both events; his revered status at the label making him the perfect foil for both Gui and Michael’s extended passages into the wider reaches of electronica.

Freeze’s resident Jemmy supports at St Luke’s, part of a summer playing for Cream Ibiza and Creamfields, whilst mUmU resident Adele Moss begins her stint at the helm of Little Sister in the Kazimer.