Fresh Kicks 125: Liam Doc #Liam_DocNovember 8, 2019
With an hour of gritty club sounds and percussive techno heat, Glaswegian DJ, producer and Eyeangle Records boss Liam Doc is next up in the Fresh Kicks mix series
Docherty is the DJ, producer and Eyeangle Records label-boss known as Liam Doc, who has gained recognition for his eclectic style of mixing electro, breaks, techno and acid, as well as disco and house, with wicked precision.
He was booked to play for Edinburgh’s FLY as a guest, and a few months later he was offered a regular slot.
“They’ve pioneered a scene, they play every Saturday, so I’ve got to watch that grow over the years.
He admits that although his own label, Eyeangle Records, was launched five years ago, he’s only taken the running of it seriously over the past three.
Liam Doc has put back into the underground scene he grew up in, running his own ad-hoc Cyberfreq warehouse parties, although they’ve simmered down in recent months, after Scottish tabloid the Daily Record caught on.
– and he’s got an EP confirmed for Denis Sulta’s label, Silver Service.
Right now, though, Docherty’s DJ Mag Fresh Kicks mix gives insight into his love for moody electronics.
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