We heard Heatsick in Montreal during EM15, and our experience was enough to want our Mexican public to get to experience for themselves what was an almost mystical and altogether fascinating show. Like a force of nature, he got the dancefloor shaking with eccentricity coming directly from a half-broken Casio keyboard. Heatsick is English producer Steven Warwick’s project, and has bewitched thirsty-for-dancing audiences as well as those with a more experimental temperament. We know that a lot of the attention he has got has been due to his folkloric, rudimentary equipment; but once you see him live, and witness his mastery over repetition and noise to create inhabitable spaces you will be awestruck. If you already follow his work, we suggest you take a look at Lurist, a project he released last year along with Luke Fowler and Richard Youngs in which they used malfunctioning devices and distorted drum machines to create unexpected, room-shaking music.