R&S groove crusader Space Dimension Controller is the next DJ on board for our Bedroom Sessions, landing once again next Thursday (28th February) at Bedroom Bar, Shoreditch.
Laurent Garnier's last-ever London Live Booth Session (LBS) at Egg is one way to warm up a bitter winter evening...
Guzzling beer in front of the footie, smoking spliffs in a garden shed or (as in this case) spinning records to make mentalists go mental is always better with your best buddy to bounce off. Hence, brothers from another mother — those joined in unwritten masculine matrimony — have a bond almost impossible to break.
DJ Harvey is one of the UK originators of the dance music scene. From his beginnings in Cambridge punk band Ersatz, he discovered hip-hop and DJing on a fateful trip to New York City, and later alighted upon an eclectic mishmash DJ style inspired by the B-Boy everything-in-the-pot approach of the NYC scene's first DJs. Later becoming a leading light for house music in the UK, his night Moist at London's Gardening Club cemented his reputation as a true original, where his mammoth sets became the stuff of legend, and where he also invited the legendary likes of Larry Levan as guests.
There’s a charming lack of pretension to Corsica Studios. It’s a maze of corridors, a pair of dark rooms filled with little more than speakers, smoke and sweaty bodies, a bar that’s never less than nine-deep and a chilly smoking area. And it’s all tucked under a railway arch, in Elephant & Castle – a place that makes south Detroit look like a Babylonian garden.
After fun and frolics from Dusky, No Artificial Colours at Krystal Klear at our favourite little boozer Bedroom Bar last month, we can confirm the next Bedroom Session will present Space Dimension Controller alongside Alexis Raphael and Alex Blaxx on Thursday 28th February.
Hailing from Leeds and London, Thunder Apparel is an independent label with its sights set on great things.
Fabric's longest-standing d&b party dips into its little black book to unleash an astonishing amount of bass on its 150th inning...
If CLR's last London warehouse party brought you close to the edge, you should try this one for size. Just you, us, a few thousand techno junkies and the bossman Chris Liebing, getting all sweaty for six hours straight, in a Shoreditch warehouse on Saturday 23rd February. Enough to make any true minimal man soil his pants.
Armin Van Buuren will return to London in the summer of 2013.