Matthew Herbert – Solomon Sanchez – Ozelot Ltd.

Saturday, May 18th • Bar opens 8PM, Green Room 9PM, Club 10PM.

Advance Tickets on sale Friday, March 1st @ noon.
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Hailing from Britain, Matthew Herbert has been releasing mind-bending records since the mid 90’s under a number of aliases exploring the depths of house, techno, experimental and everything in between. Whether it’s destroying a violin on stage or collaborating with gibraltarian monkeys for his new record, his zero-fucks-given, open-minded style as an artist has gained him legendary status. Minneapolis’ Solomon Sanchez gets things started in Club Level while Black Belt Academy is in session on the rooftop with Zurich outfit Ozelot Ltd. plus local Flash favorites Throe and Taiga.

Music by:

Matthew Herbert ( Accidental Records | UK )

Solomon Sanchez (Minneapolis)

Green Room: Black Belt Academy

Ozelot Ltd. (Zurich)



Flash Bar: Vibe


Andy Grant


Accidental Records founder and musical mastermind Matthew Herbert has an especially diverse repertoire, earning him a reputation for pushing the boundaries between avant-garde and electronic. In his two decades plus of experience as a producer and composer, Herbert has sampled everything from the sound of bullets to pigs to a tank rolling over a recreation of the dinner that Nigella Lawson cooked for George Bush and Tony Blair while also releasing a profusion of club anthems and celebrated remixes. His unparalleled creativity comes with a dimension of political activism that is interwoven between the reverberant layers of multifaceted melodies. Coming off of his orchestral ’Brexit Big Band’ tour, expect the unexpected when Matthew Herbert takes over the decks.


“Please make way for my Ocelot” – Salvador Dalí (1967)
Founded by old friends, Ozelot Ltd. is a Zurich-based collective that pushes electronic music, fashion, and design through a pioneering interdisciplinary approach. From breakbeat-influenced house music full of undertones and subtle shades to overdesigning contemporary shower curtains to creating 3D worlds to rethinking crew wear to fast breaks, techno, and rough, fast electro sounds, Ozelot Ltd takes no prisoners.

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