this revivalism bull shit can really get one down.
'in germany, they can't say 'techno,' they say 'teshno'' ~ seth troxler [march 2008]
london warehouse events have, for three years, throw a diverse array of parties, label showcases, exclusive performances and live spectaculars. now they are celebrating it all with a big warehouse bash on saturday july 6th at great suffolk street.
some brave and bold folks are trying to bring a bit of underground taste to a secret location in ipswich, suffolk, by hosting three special parties under the derelicht banner.
this friday may 10th manchester night cannibal run welcomes uk house folks john heckle and neville watson, with deep space orchestra and asok also playing the party at kraak gallery.
although she is best known for extended sets that explore decades of deep house and techno history with ease at panorama bar, the thing that strikes most about steffi’s entry into the club’s esteemed mix series is how it never seems to try too hard.
move d releases have been few and far between recently. there was but one last year on electric minds, and here comes another similarly cultured and musical affair on the same label.
given that leeds based ste roberts’ catchphrase is “oi oi” and that his dj sets generally lurk in the darker, soot stained corners of the house world, it’s no surprise that his first few productions have done the same.
international events company fact music have unveiled their plans for a series of four pool parties during off week (fka off-sonar) in june in barcelona this summer.
for as many celebrated detroit heroes as there are, there are just as many producers from the 313 area code that remain under the radar.
it’s been a while since i’ve done a chart, party because i have finally, after just over a year, managed to get to a point where i don’t have to have a record arrive every day just to get me out of bed.
the first edition of we are fstvl takes place on saturday 25th of may and features a dizzying array of big names across many stages. whether or not you go, though, a selection of the artists will also be playing at two london after parties – one at egg, one at fire.
italian simoncino is an unashamed classicist.
sure, it’s only the label’s second release, but already you know scenery is doing things properly.
it would be easy to lump apollonia in with the likes of hot creations and visionquest, but for me the french trio of dyed, dan and shonky still seem resolutely about the music rather than the lifestyle that goes with it: