Posts tagged with house

A’phreaq speaks Dead Language

A’phreaq is a techno artist that has been performing his live sets at various parties along the east coast of the US, from Out of Order in Pittsburgh, to U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC. With an emphasis on improvisation, the direction of his sessions are never quite the same. He uses a variety of […]

This weekend: Warm 12th birthday with Dixon all night long

This Saturday Warm celebrate their 12th birthday with a very special guest indeed: DJ, producer, remixer and head of Innervisions label Dixon will be playing an 8 hour set, the first time he plays a set of this length in London. Berlin-based Dixon has been busy this summer touring the soundtrack for The Cabinet of […]

This Weekend: Rebel Rave and The Nothing Special at Fabric

From Music Editor at Dazed & Confused to A&R man at City Rockers, a label largely responsible for the electroclash scene, to founding Crosstown Rebels and then taking his mischievous debauchery on the road alongside labelmates Seth Troxler and Art Department. All this plus his eclectic Lazpods, where he plays both the weird and the […]

– CANCELLED! – Brandt Brauer Frick at Fabric

While Daniel Brandt and Jan Brauer both have jazz backgrounds, Paul Frick first studied classical music. When the three met in 2008 they realised they could combine their penchant for classical composition to make techno and house music with analogue instrumentation, and Brandt Brauer Frick was born. During a live performance you won’t see a […]

This weekend: Felix Da Housecat and DJ Hell

This weekend two heavyweights alight in Brixton for the opening night of the club formerly known as The Fridge. After a two-year refit the Electric Brixton will open with none other than Felix Da Housecat and DJ Hell. So have they forgiven each other since their 2009 feud? Electric Brixton – The Grand Opening Saturday […]

Ministry of Sound is 20

The world’s most famous nightclub is turning 20, and a whole weekend of celebrations paying homage to both the club and its music will be starting this Friday. Originally opened in 1991 as an alcohol-free haven inspired by New York’s legendary Paradise Garage, Ministry of Sound has had its fair share of ups and downs […]

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