A pioneer of Detroit Techno and one-third of the celebrated Belleville Three, iconic producer Kevin Saunderson returns to his famed Inner City alias on his latest release, “Good Luck,” out March 31st KMS Records as part of the iconic label’s 30th anniversary run. With the first Inner City original seeing its release in 1989, “Good Luck” maintains the rich, underground-facing roots of its predecessors, and delivers a production that is both modern and contemporary. Inner City’s latest offering builds upon layers of hi-hats, kick drums, synths, and classic house vocals all of which nod to Inner City’s rich musical heritage.
To coincide with the release, Kevin Saunderson will also be embarking on the 30th Anniversary tour for his KMS Records label. The tour starts in March in San Francisco and will take Kevin to Chicago, Detroit and also to Miami later in the month to celebrate KMS Records’ 30th anniversary in style during Miami Music Week. Tickets are available here: http://bit.ly/2m1irFk
Pushing the techno genre forward for over three decades, Kevin Saunderson has helped to inspire and build the dance music movement over the years. Renowned for his involvement in legendary group Inner City – as well as under the monikers of Kreem, The Reese Project, Tronik House and many more, in addition to E-Dancer – 2016 saw the return of Saunderson’s curated Origins stage at Detroit’s Movement festival, where he was accompanied by sons and fellow producers Dantiez and Damarii. 2017, sees Kevin not only celebrating the 30th anniversary of his iconic KMS Records label, but reuniting with childhood friends and techno legends Juan Atkins and Derrick May to reform the Belleville Three for a string of festival and tour dates across both Europe and the United States.
3/3 – Halcyon – San Francisco, CA – Halcyon
3/10 – Exchange – Chicago, IL – Spybar
3/11 – TV Lounge – Detroit, MI – TV Lounge
More Dates TBA…