Chez Damier instore @ Rush Hour

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Amsterdam based music emporium Rush Hour has been gaining some serious notoriety over the years with their instore performances. This week alone they had Funkineven, Inkswell, Hunee, San Proper, Kid Sublime and the L.I.E.S. crew from New York crammed in the back of their cosy Spuistraat store.

One of the most memorable instores so far took place in may this year and saw house music legend Ron Trent rockin’ ‘till the cops came knockin’. Literally. This saturday promises to be another special one with Trent’s longtime associate Chez Damier taking over the decks. Though Damier (real name Anthony Pearson) may not be a household name to some (mind you, he should be), his records for KMS, Prescription and Balance have established him as one of the true heroes of underground house music, effortlessly bridging the gap between deep Chicago stuff and moody Detroit techno since the early nineties.

You might not wanna miss this one.

Chez Damier (Prescription / Balance, US) Maxi Mill (Voyage Direct, NL)

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Rogier Oostlander

Rogier Oostlander is the former editor-in-chief of Bassic Groove Magazine, one of the first magazines worldwide dedicated to house music culture in the early nineties. He now works as a record dealer and copywriter in Haarlem, the Netherlands.