Founder of the Analog Cabin, Mince Meat & Floppy Disko & Feeling Spooky Parties
Self confessed synthesizer and drum machine aficionado Felix Warmuth has been twisting minds and nodding heads with his machine driven sounds since the late 90’s. A founding father of the Analog Cabin and a child of the warehouse era, he is also known to perform under the guises of Assembler, Mission Creep or his Sex Worker alias. Whatever metaphorical mask he’s wearing, behind the decks or orchestrating the machines – bring your ears and bring your feet.
In Australia Felix has played at countless underground warehouse parties including his own Mince Meat and Analog Cabin nights, festivals such as Earth Dance and Electro Fringe and of course clubbing institutions such as SPICE and SASH. Internationally he has performed in Africa, Brazil and Japan. His most recent live shows include Subsonic, Strange Signals, Sky Village, Black Art & Zero Point.
Felix’s diverse and eclectic style has seen him support artists across the spectrum of electronic music from Phillip Bader to Larry T to Eric Cloutier.
Felix is a member of the MODULLUXX Synthesizer Orchestra and has also performed with the Lords of Lighting at Arcadia at Glastonbury.