There's no slacking off for 2012 either. Luke Slater is back,this time under his Planetary Assault Systems guise. After the huge success of his album on Ostgut Ton 'The Messenger', PAS is a name carrying some serious weight right now.
Regis is back too. After performing with Function, as Sandwell District, in 2010 and with Ruskin as O/V/R in 2011, it's time for Regis to put on a solo show. He's been in some form over the last year or so. Releases on Blackest Ever Black (both his own EP and remixes) plus remastered version of old Downwards classics, we're extremely excited to see what Regis produces. Saturday seems so far away.
Closing out the main room line up is Mark Broom and obviously James Ruskin. The 'Fear Ratio' pair will be doing what they do best, which generally means playing some ferocious techno over huge soundsystems. Expect very much more of the same on Saturday.
Room 2 will be occupied by Colony. Residents Tengui and MB & CB are joined by Blackest Ever Black duo, Raime. Like Regis, the end of 2011 saw a flurry of activity from the British pair. Releases, remixes and represses made for an inspiring build up to Christmas. Abstract sounds, almost to the point of it being post techno, has been the order of the day and it's these styles which will make a perfect accompaniment to the Blueprint sound in room 1.
Room 1 - Blueprint Records
10pm - 11pm: Warm Up
11pm - 1am: Mark Br0om
1am - 3am: James Ruskin
3am - 4am: Regis (Live)
4am - 6am: Luke Slater (Planetary Assault Systems DJ Set)
Room 2 - Colony
10pm - 00:30am: Tengui
00:30am - 2:30am: Raime
2:30am - 4:30am: MB & CB