Ampere brings back Sushitech Records with the label’s founder, Yossi Amoyal, accompanied by two of the most prominent contributors: Steve O’Sullivan and Delano Smith.

Tickets: €12



STEVE O’SULLIVAN (Sushitech Records, Mosaic) UK

Known for his dubbed out grooves it is no surprise that Steve’s early years were filled with dub, reggae and electro. West London was his musical kindergarten with late 80s house and 90s techno providing his college education.
Hearing Robert Hood for the first time in the early 90s was the moment that Steve’s love for minimal techno was given purpose and by 1996 he had firmly established himself as one of the rising names in the UK underground techno scene.
Releases on Ferox, Soma and his own Bluespirit , Bluetrain and Mosaic labels brought attention from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Sven Vath and Ritchie Hawtin and by 1998 Steve was taking his Mosaic showcase on the road to the likes of Robert Johnson and The End.
Steve produces slowly evolving, very minimal, soulful club tracks showing his love for subtle sounds and dub effects. His lengthy discography includes several collaborations with Ben Sims, remixes for Steve Bug and Sven Vath and several contributions to Ritchie Hawtin’s groundbreaking “DE9: Closer to the Edit.”

Steve is the owner of the respected Mosaic label, which offers a sound between house and techno and features, apart from his own productions, releases and remixes from Steve Bug, Baby Ford, Mr C, John Tejada, Roman Flugel, The Memory Foundation, Paul Mac, Aubrey, Downlink, Mark Broom and Mark Ambrose, to name just a few.


DELANO SMITH (Sushitech Records) US

Born in Chicago and raised on Detroit’s West side, Delano Smith represents one of the last of a rare group of Detroit’s first house DJs. Perhaps it was the juvenile absorption of the sights and sounds around him during his first 5 years in the Windy City coupled with his experience during the new DJ craze of his high school years in Detroit that influenced Delano the most or maybe it is simply that enigmatic link between music people in Chicago and Detroit, known to insiders as the I94 Connection. Regardless of the reason for his natural ear for the deep and groovy, Delano can lay claim to a legacy that most Detroit jocks cannot. When performing outside of his native city, Delano’s unique sets highlight the fact that his skills were forged in an era before the rigid lines of house and techno genres appeared.


YOSSI AMOYAL (Sushitech Records) DE

Berlin based Producer, Mixing Engineer and DJ. Owner and A&R of Sushitech Records.