Robertson joins NSA for special Gala gig

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No Strings Attached is hosting a very special Gala Day party at its home venue The Dean, with electronic music legend Justin Robertson.

And joining Justin in the 120-people venue is NSA’s own Steve Cass and Justin Wilson, who have released their first record Red Lemon, which can be heard at www.soundcloud.com/nsaofficial

DJ Robertson’s countless productions and remixes are known to people worldwide, from Lionrock, The Shamen and The Mystery Jets.

He has gained a new generation of admirers with his new moniker Deadstock33, and his work varies from remixing Bjork to indie bands such as Cherry Ghost.

He began as a DJ in Manchester and his early 90s clubs – Spice and Most Excellent – were hugely influential, with The Chemical Brothers, then students in the city, citing him as their mentor.

He plays The Wickerman, Electric Elephant Croatia, Hacienda, Bestival and Fabric around the same time as his NSA gig.

Also on the bill is Haules Baules, a London-born producer who recently released A Love From Outer Space’s classic Creeper which has been remixed by Sean Johnston and DFa Miller, from influential band Finitribe.

Steve Cass said: “To bring such an array of talent to Galashiels is something special, particularly as they are playing in the Gala Fairydean club rooms.

“It is rare for such a lineup to be in a town such as Galashiels, which is why we are expecting a sell-out gig.”

The Saturday, June 29 show kicks off at 6.30pm and the last few remaining tickets can be bought from Moondogs Cafe in Galashiels now for £10 each.