DoubleUngood


DoubleUngood (aka: Jeremy Love; dissonance; Dirty Dick Cheney) got his start playing house & hard-house at a weekly event at the Empire Theater in Manchester, NH in 1996, and has pursued this passion enthusiastically since. His taste in techno was influenced by NEAU/NEW (New England Acid Underground/New England Works). His sophisticated mixes of techno are designed to make dance floors move, with complex sound and no gimmicks. From hard-driving to dark minimal techno, Detroit influenced electro, or deftly weaving between the three, audiences are guaranteed a unique and thought-expanding sonic journey.

In Jan. of 2013, Jeremy co-founded Techno Delivery Systems (TDS) with Ian Smith. In April of 2015 Jeremy became a resident on Fnoob Techno Radio - managing a monthly webcast that gives members of the TDS as well as other local New England techno artists an outlet for their art. Techno Delivery Systems Radio has featured national and international artists such as: Denard Henry; Reade Truth; [Tunnel]; Bombardier; Audiocoma; and others.

Over the last five years Jeremy has been fortunate to play clubs & festivals across large swaths of New England – Modular in Boston; Drift Afterhours & Art in Portland, ME; Sundaze in Portland; Revolt! deep in the woods of Maine; Camp Coldbrook; and various parties in Manchester, NH. Two special moments for Jeremy were playing a renegade event in Detroit on Movement weekend in 2014 where he had the pleasure of opening for John Woodward, and in 2017 opening for Heather Heart in her long overdue return to Manchester.

2018 will mark the first official release of one of his productions on De-konstrukt , and with other projects and collaborations in the works, expect to hear more in the near future.

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DoubleUngood (aka: Jeremy Love; dissonance; Dirty Dick Cheney) got his start playing house & hard-house at a weekly event at the Empire Theater in Manchester, NH in 1996, and has pursued this passion enthusiastically since. His taste in techno was influenced by NEAU/NEW (New England Acid Underground/New England Works). His sophisticated mixes of techno are designed to make dance floors move, with complex sound and no gimmicks. From hard-driving to dark minimal techno, Detroit influenced electro, or deftly weaving between the three, audiences are guaranteed a unique and thought-expanding sonic journey.

In Jan. of 2013, Jeremy co-founded Techno Delivery Systems (TDS) with Ian Smith. In April of 2015 Jeremy became a resident on Fnoob Techno Radio - managing a monthly webcast that gives members of the TDS as well as other local New England techno artists an outlet for their art. Techno Delivery Systems Radio has featured national and international artists such as: Denard Henry; Reade Truth; [Tunnel]; Bombardier; Audiocoma; and others.

Over the last five years Jeremy has been fortunate to play clubs & festivals across large swaths of New England – Modular in Boston; Drift Afterhours & Art in Portland, ME; Sundaze in Portland; Revolt! deep in the woods of Maine; Camp Coldbrook; and various parties in Manchester, NH. Two special moments for Jeremy were playing a renegade event in Detroit on Movement weekend in 2014 where he had the pleasure of opening for John Woodward, and in 2017 opening for Heather Heart in her long overdue return to Manchester.

2018 will mark the first official release of one of his productions on De-konstrukt , and with other projects and collaborations in the works, expect to hear more in the near future.

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