Irish hard techno DJs and producers 3.2km and D|K|OXY have been booked for ELEMENTS, a hard industrial techno night at the H7 Warehouse in Amsterdam, that is set to take place on Friday, January 13th 2023. This show marks 3.2km’s international debut while D|K|OXY makes his return to the Netherlands for another jaw-dropping international showcase.
3.2km and D|K|OXY are joined by a hard industrial techno line-up comprising of Karaxheller, Japau, B A N D I, D.N.P and Jånks at Amsterdams H7 Warehouse early next year courtesy of ELEMENTS. The show is set to take place on Friday, January 13th. Conveniently, D|K|OXY has secured himself a show the following day at Warehouse Elemenstraat where he will be joined by artists such as HXIST, Indecorum, YÅ and more as part of the Pact Season 2 24 hour party.
D|K|OXY started his music production journey 3 years ago and has recently started DJing in January of this year. Since then, he has released a wealth of tracks and mixes across multiple different aliases that include D|K|OXY (fka DUNCEKAP) and Sullenac | 18. His most notable releases Bulletproof Anti-Christ and Ketamine Phase Shift under his D|K|OXY moniker have amassed hundreds of thousands of plays on Soundcloud with numerous mixes also reeling in thousands of plays in the meantime.
D|K|OXY has also had tracks feature on Chained Vision, 96 Noisia and Vixlatixn. This consistent slew of releases earned him a notable support slot for Charlie Sparks earlier this year and has since travelled to the UK twice for shows and to Rotterdam once previously.
3.2km has had a steady rise within the realm of hard techno in recent times. Formerly of the Moyles Brothers, 3.2km has since released on Vixlatixn as well as numerous self-releases on his Soundcloud, with more tracks due to be released at the end of December and January ahead of his international debut at H7 Warehouse in Amsterdam. 3.2km has also performed at Cellar and Wigwam alongside D|K|OXY in recent months and both artists can be dubbed as some of the leading names in hard techno in Ireland at the moment. Bravo.