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"It's been exactly 10 years since I delved into the world of promoting my own night 'Culture' in my hometown, and I am very to be bringing the Oblique series to The Poetry Club. The past 10 years I've spent working on my sound, building my studio business and working with other artists from all different genres. It's been an amazing period for learning the craft and releasing music on awesome labels! Now I'm looking to take it all on the road and showcase new music, and cutting edge artists that are killing it across the spectrum with a brand new concept - Oblique. We welcome the man of the moment, Modeā for his Glasgow debut on Saturday 29th April." 

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Driven by a deep-seated desire to follow a dream, Stephen Kirkwood has been working tirelessly over the past decade to perfect and hone his sound, building a global fanbase and releasing on some of the biggest labels in the industry.  His early triumphs lead to signings on Spinnin’ Records, Subculture, Reload Black, Naked Lunch, Yoshitoshi & many more. Now firmly established within the electronic music scene and noted as an extremely talented engineer, his sought-after productions have been snapped up by A-list techno & Trance labels such as Above & Beyond's 'Anjunabeats' and Spektre's 'Respekt Recordings' whilst gaining regular support from global superstar DJs Carl Cox, Alan Fitzpatrick, and Dennis Sulta. Kirkwood has remixed officially for trance superstar Ferry Corsten and found his way onto BBC Radio One with his collaboration with Hannah Laing, Don’t Wanna Go, being selected as Track I.D on Sarah Story's 'Future Dance' show. 


Kirkwood has a penchant for dark, driving drum sections married with emotional melody lines and textures which has fuelled the evolution of his sound from uplifting trance inspired productions that propelled him into the limelight into a more warehouse, techno-influenced vibe. Kirkwood grew up surrounded by the throbbing beats of Glasgow’s vibrant Techno scene, spoken of many times to rival Berlin, it is part of his musical DNA and, as he continues to mature as an artist, so do his productions. His latest techno alias ‘Kunky’ is a testament to this well-crafted sound, completely unique and highly versatile. Kirkwood’s tracks are powerful, instantly distinguishable and designed for peak-time, main-stage dance floors. 


Alongside his production and engineering duties, Kirkwood regularly secures sets at some of the biggest festivals and vibrant clubs across the globe, including performances at Luminosity Beach in the Netherlands and dropping huge sets four years running in Ibiza for Cream Amnesia, Connect Ibiza and most recently Paul Van Dyks’s Shine events at Eden, together with a long list of the world’s best-loved spaces including Ministry of Sound (London), Privilege (Ibiza), SWG3 (Glasgow), o2 ABC (Glasgow), Heineken Arena (Amsterdam), Venus (Manchester), Club69 (Paisley), Sub Club (Glasgow), Grotesque Festival (Netherlands), plus many, many more. His sets continue to push genre boundaries, and his ability to adapt and evolve to his surroundings, as well as intuitively read the dance floors has earned him rave reviews from everywhere he has performed.


Forever inspired by the world around him, Kirkwood continues to flourish, maintaining razor-sharp quality across all his productions, performances and business ventures. Kirkwood's clinically tight mixing coupled with diverse set lists, from warm-up to peak time driving, continue to light up dancefloors wherever he goes. Nurturing new talent whilst catching the eye of the scene's biggest labels, clubs and DJs, Kirkwood is living his dream and will continue to push himself, and others, forward into the future. 

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