Alan Fitzpatrick and Rebūke’s Seismic Set from Terminal V

Luca Rizzello

Alan Fitzpatrick and Rebūke’s Seismic Set from Terminal V

Techno titans Alan Fitzpatrick and Rebūke - aka Reuben Keeney - almost cracked the ground in two with an explosive B2B set at Terminal V last month. And thanks to DJMag, you can now experience the wall rattling energy of Scotland's largest electronic music event. Terminal V returned on Easter weekend and featured an array of global talent from Amelie Lens to Reinier Zonneveld, I Hate Models, and beyond.

Fitzpatrick and Keeney have collaborated before, playing a live B2B mix on Drumcode Radio in February, and releasing “Ultimate Distortion” in 2020. Based on Keeney’s Instagram, it looks like another collaborative track is in the works.

Alan Fitzpatrick B2B Rebūke Live From Terminal V

Born and raised in Southampton, UK, Alan Fitzpatrick churns out floor filling big-room techno aplenty. He runs a highly influential techno imprint of his own, We Are The Brave, and has maintained a close relationship with Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label for years.

Rebūke emerged from the Irish underground scene. Drawing inspiration from techno, house, and rave records from the early 90’s, he’s a frequent feature of the Beatport Top 10. After being named as one of three Future Fire BBC Radio 1 stars of 2019, he’s received regular rotation from the likes of Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Danny Howard, Mistajam, and Monki.

Fitzpatrick’s touring schedule remains as busy as ever, with appearances at Smolna in Warsaw and SAGA Festival in Bucharest. Keeney has just started his Australia/New Zealand tour. He's also set to play at many festivals and clubs in the coming months, including Life 22 Festival in Westmeath, Ireland, and Brooklyn Mirage in New York.

Early Bird Tickets are on sale for Terminal V 2023.

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Alan Fitzpatrick B2B Rebūke Live From Terminal V:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zwd7Nx6KmQ

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