Stage Focus – The Greenhouse
Our much loved Greenhouse stage is back, bringing a real deal House flavour to Terminal V with the likes of US legends Robert Hood’s Floorplan and Honey Dijon ensuring the vibe is strong. Expect lashes of Chicago and Detroit house music amongst much more in one of our most intimate stages.
After Robert Hood’s incredible performance on our Area V stage back in 2018, we have plotted to bring him back again soon but were keen to mix it up. So making their first ever Edinburgh show, the renowned Detroit father and daughter(Lyric Hood) house & techno duo FLOORPLAN shall be bringing their gospel house fusion of House and Techno vibe to our glorious Greenhouse stage. The legendary Robert Hood is known as one of the founders of minimal Techno and 1/3 of the seminal Underground Resistance trio alongside Jeff Mills and Mad Mike Banks.
Hailing from Chicago, influenced by New York. Honey Djon has been representing US house on an international level for the best part of 2 decades. With Derrick Carter as a mentor there is no surprise Honey is a force to be reckoned with. The legendary DJ, long standing friend and inspiration for Honey Dijon, introduced her to the sounds of underground Chicago in the form of Jacking House and Detroit Techno. Her now signature sound, flawless mixing, passion and integrity are just a few of the reasons we are delighted to welcome Honey Dijon to Terminal V.
Swedish Kornel Kovacs is an act you’ll find commanding the hottest dance-floors worldwide. With his debut album released in 2019 and a stack of high quality releases on the likes of Glasgow’s mighty Numbers label. As 1/3 of the mighty and much loved Studio Bauhaus records alongside Axel Bowman, we expect to see a lot more of him in 2020, but firstly catch him taking on our Greenhouse stage, where Kornel will fit in just perfectly!
Luke Solomon has been a fundamental part of the dance scene for almost 3 decades now, internationally recognised for setting up seminal label Classic Recordings with Chicago legend Derrick Carter and on his own, the ground-breaking UK label: Music For Freaks. A true tastemaker and curator of the finest real deal house music, he’s also a tremendous DJ, having held down residencies in London since the early 90s and touring the globe spreading the House music love that he knows only too well. We’re honoured to have House music royalty at Terminal V.
Likened to John Talabot. Tim Sweeney and Andrew Weatherall, Newcastle based Man Power is a musical enigma, drawing on House, Techno, Disco, Post-Punk he glides effortlessly between unconventional downtempo genres to produce a truly unique sound. The Greenhouse is the perfect setting for Man Power to thrive in, making his Terminal V debut this Easter.
Deeply rooted to New York and Detroit, Mike Servito is the ultimate DJ’s DJ — a lifelong music obsessive with a truly individual ability to move a dance floor. Fearless in his seamless transitions from one style to another, Servito has an unpredictability and a deep trust in his music knowledge that has garnered him a cult following and made him an in-demand DJ the world over. A must see act at Terminal V this April.
Edinburgh’s very own answer to Detroit, internationally respected, our very own Stephen Brown. Stephen first broke onto the international scene through signing his first track to Derrick May’s seminal Transmait Imprint now almost 25 years ago. Highly recognised as a unique and long standing talent by his peers, with the likes of Maceo Plex, Honey Dijon, Kink to name a few. Stephen is known for his versatility behind the decks be it House or Techno, playing Live or DJ’ing, but with 2 things guaranteed, attention to detail and the upmost quality which makes him the perfect fit for The Greenhouse stage.