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  • stayhome 22:24 on 17/07/2012 Permalink | Reply  

  • stayhome 18:04 on 17/07/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Al Tourette's, Alex Coulton, Evian Christ, , Paleman, Peverelist, Trus'Me   

    New tunes 

    Tasty order placed today on boomkat

    AL TOURETTES – Swan Sketch EP
    VAKULA – Curves (pre-order)
    TRUS’ME – In The Red (DVS1 Mix) / Shakea Body (Terrence Dixon Mix)
    214 – Fuzzy Leash EP
    ALEX COULTON / PEVERELIST – Bounce (Pev Version)
    PALEMAN – All Good EP
    EVIAN CHRIST – Kings And Them

    … most excited by the Evan Christ ep… snippets can be heard on boomkat or head to tri angle records’ site here.

  • stayhome 23:39 on 10/07/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 3024, , Martyn, Ready, Ready EP   

    Hello, what’s this? 

    A sneaky one drops from Mr Greene on 3024… mmm: Jacques Greene – Ready Ep

  • stayhome 15:32 on 07/07/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bloc, bloc weekender,   

    Ginglik tonight 

    Currently waiting to hear from the Ginglik crew, but they are trying to get hold of artist(s) that were due to play at the Bloc Weekender tonight… I’ll post any news as it comes in. Otherwise, expect to find me there closing out the night from 2-4am.

    *Update – anyone with a Bloc day or weekend ticket/wristband will get half price entry tonight.

    **Update – Kone-r, Placid & AGT Rave Crew have just been added to the bill :)

  • stayhome 22:48 on 06/07/2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Saturday 7th July – Ginglik 

    Very late notice but I’m finishing up the night at Ginglik this Saturday from 2am – 4am. So if you’re in West London, craving some quality underground techno/bass/dancefloor goodness and haven’t made it to Bloc this weekend, head down to Ginglik. Prices etc. all up on the website…

  • stayhome 20:46 on 03/07/2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Saturday 28th July – Techliks 

    DMX Krew + Kone-R + Stayhome + VJ SuRReaLaRTIST

    Cutting edge Techno, acid, disco, dubstep, old skool and esoteric classics

    In this truly unique venue, lovingly converted Victorian public convenience originally built for the 1908 London Olympics, you will find one of the friendliest and most welcoming club nights in the capital.

    Tonight you’ll be treated to cutting edge electronica and techno with flashes of acid, disco, dubstep, old skool and esoteric classics from down the years. Dance music that keeps it real… a true underground night in West London. VJ SuRReaLaRTIST will be creating a truly multi-sensory dance floor experience with his 360 visuals.

    “West London’s premier electronic evening”angryape.com.
    “Ace, friendly basement venue” Time Out

    Cost: Full Members free / P.A.Y.G. Members & Guests – Advanced tickets £6 / On the door £6 before 10pm, £8 after
    Tickets: Advanced tickets £6 but only guarantee you entry before 12am. Buy tickets here
    membership info

    DMX Krew
    DMX Krew is a guy called Ed DMX who makes music and runs a label called Breakin’ Records. He’s released five DMX Krew albums on Aphex Twin’s Rephlex label spanning electro, pop and experimental sounds, never following trends but forging his own musical direction.

    “…a dexterity few DJ’s can harness” (One Week To Live)
    Kone-R is the man behind the Uncharted Audio record label, which has introduced the likes of Cursor Miner, LJ Kruzer, Ukkonen and plenty of other weird and wonderful sonic tomfoolery to the world. Manning the turntables since 1992 when he discovered the joy of warehouse raves, the spirit of that era lives on in his sets today, with a liberal sprinkling of ambience, techno, breakbeats and plenty of low frequency oscillations. Despite the length of time he’s spent in the booth, he maintains a cutting edge – you’re as likely to hear him drop fresh dubplates by up and coming acts alongside the latest cuts from Berlin to Detroit as you are to hear vintage rave, classic disco and timeless electro. Hear Kone-R’s mix for Fabric: 

    DJ Stayhome
    Blissful, soulful, pulsating, sometimes cheeky, never without a surprise and consistently brilliant, DJ Stayhome has been cutting a steady swathe across London’s electronica scene for the past 12 years. Spend a couple of hours with him and you’re likely to hear anything from crunchy melodic hip hop through minimal techno and out the other side to heavier elements of dubstep. If you like your tracks cooked up with interesting rhythms and a whole lot of bass, you can count on finding them in his sets.

    VJ SuRReaLaRTIST pushes the boundaries of live clubland visuals. Turning the beats into light, colour and shape creating a truly multi-sensory dance floor experience. Mixing an eye popping blend of tough graphics, cult films, timelapse, CGI, lasers, stop-frame animation, surrealism & abstraction; all with a bit of dark humour thrown in there for good measure. Your retinas won’t know what to do with themselves!

  • stayhome 21:42 on 02/07/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: British Board of Agreement, , , Silent Disco,   

    Listening goodness 

    Some new listening goodness from recent musical outings here:

    British Board of Agreement – Silent Disco #2

    Kone-r & Stayhome @ Techliks/Ginglik (taken from 16-06-12)

    Future Music show #22

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