Wednesday 29 February 2012

We Fear Silence Pres. Blueprint Records @ Cable, London (3rd March 12)

After a 5 month winter break Blueprint Records return to Cable for their first party of the year. Combined with We Fear Silence and with plenty of help from Colony, Blueprint was probably our favourite promotion of 2011. Even though they only put on 3 events, those events included Marcel Dettmann b2b with Ben Klock for a mighty 5 hours, live sets from Peter Van Hoesen (one of the best live sets we've ever heard) and O/V/R, as well as DJ sets from Surgeon, DVS1, Luke Slater, Sigha & Shifted and Mark Broom all alongside Blueprint boss James Ruskin.

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.

Set Times

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

Tickets are still available on Resident Advisor, or if you're feeling really lucky then there's a chance to win some tickets on the We Fear Silence Website.

Perc nominated for 'Tomorrow's Cult Star Today' Quietus Award for BBC 6 Music

We've been long standing fans of Perc for many a year. As a Producer, label owner and DJ he's been pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music and a prolific supporter of new talent, but this commitment to the advancement of techno, and all its derivatives, has been noticed outside the usual circles.

BBC Radio 6 Music asked to put together a category for their 6 Music Blog Awards taking place this Friday (2nd Mar). After scratching their brains for a bit they decided their award would celebrate 'Tomorrow's Cult Stars Today'. Focusing not on current chart acts, but more the artists of the underground who have their own loyal following as they explore their musical world deeper and deeper.

Perc's 'Wicker & Steel' album grabbed them by the short and curlies and forced them to pay attention. Using words like pummeling, stark, metallic, they describe the album as "a collection of dancefloor tracks interspersed with mood pieces, 'Wicker & Steel' success is that it convincingly blurs the boundaries between the two. The result is an involving and addictive album length statement." We found it a masterpiece and it's easily one of our favourite albums of 2011.

Alongside Perc in the Nominees are Laurel Halo, Alexander Tucker, Knifeworld, Factory Floor, Death Grips, Jane Weaver, The Haxan Cloak, Uncle Acid and the deabeats and Zun Zun Egui, but for us there's only 1 clear winner. To cast your vote head over to Facebook and pick your favourite. Voting closes Thursday (1st Mar) evening, so don't hang about

Tuesday 21 February 2012

Techno Therapy pres. Sawf @ Basing House (25th Feb 12)

It's time for another forward thinking underground techno session at our new home of Basing House. For Saturday's party it's Techno Therapy in charge and they've lined up one of previous Slash Dot Dash Podcast contributers to lead the festivities.

Making his London debut will be Perc Trax artist, Sawf. Backed up by his stunning album, on the label, and recently signed to the Grounded Theory booking agency, the man from Greece is very much an exciting prospect and will be bringing his special brand of twisted techno to rock the Shoreditch nightspot.

The venture is all part of Techno Therapy's plan to host a number of intimate parties, after their recent string of large scale warehouse events. There's still some tickets available which can be found on the Resident Advisor Event Page. For those of you wanting to know more about Techno Therapy, check out their Facebook Fan Page

Friday 17 February 2012

Weekend Clubbing Roundup: London, Stuttgart, Copenhagen, Geneva

Friday has finally arrived and not a moment too soon. We've put together a selection of the weekend's events around Europe to help you make the most of your two days off work. We take in London, Stuttgart, Copenhagen and Geneva, so if you happy to be in any of those cities, you're in for a treat

We begin at our local, fabric. Followers of the blog will be well aware of the Farringdon's establishments commitment to techno in 2012. Only 7 weekends into the year and we've already seen some of the best names in the business take to Room 2. This week, of course is no different.

Marcel Dettmann is back, joined by Ben Sims and Craig Richards. We expect Room 2 will certainly not be for the light hearted.

Tickets are now unavailable so make sure you turn up early if you've not got yours. Full event info is on Resident Advisor

Firstly, my apologies for the quality of the flyer, it was the best version I could find online, but there's no apologies needed for the quality of the line up. CLR begin their new residency at Lehmann Club in Stuttgrat.

Luke Slater, Tommy Four Seven and Monoloc all perform on the night. Full info is on Resident Advisor

Culture Box are a permanent fixture on our clubbing round ups of late. Friday sees the night of the label bosses, Scuba of Hotflush and Ulf Eriksson of Kontra Musik. We have huge respect for both labels so we expect there to be some seriouly good music on offer tonight.

Full info on Resident Advisor

Finally we land in Geneva, and more importantly Zoo @ Usine. Grounded Theory and Vault Series artist, Subjected, headlines with support from Sonic Groove's Northern Structures.

Full info, as always, is on Resident Advisor

Thursday 16 February 2012

Monolake 'Ghosts' and The Ghosts Surround Tour 2012

At an early age Robert Henke was consumed by a want to be an engineer. Fascinated by technology and an enquiring mind, with the help of Jean Michel Jarr's 'Oxygen', he was lead to electronic music. In 1990 he moved to Berlin and began studying in the Electronic Studio for Music at the Technical University. He first started to make music, with Gerhard Behles, whilst studying Sound Engineering at the Academy For Film And Television.

Behles went on to start Ableton, where Henke later joined the team to develop the software, and help turn it into one of the most widely used digital workstations in the world today. When the pair split, Monolake became Henke's solo project. He had a number of collaborators on previous projects, including T++ who helped shape the 'Polygon_cities' album in 2004, but the last two albums have been all Henke's own work.

We turn our focus to his latest album, 'Ghosts'. The production process was a strategy based on colours and field recordings. Moving past just recording textures, he took it a stage further to begin recording percussive elements, exploring a sound designers approach.

As the title suggests, the album consists of a collection of dark, spooky and in some cases frightening sounds. Endless landscapes intertwine with jagged stabs, as the album seamlessly flows between different tempos and energy levels delivering wave after wave of sonic pleasure. But don't take my word for it. Check out the samples below...


1) Ghosts
2) Toku
3) Afterglow
4) Hitting The Surface
5) Discontinuity
6) The Existence Of Time
7) Phenomenon
8) Unstable Matter
9) Lilith
10) Aligning The Daemon
11) Foreign Object

The album will be out to buy on cd, double vinyl and digitially from the 27th February. To celebrate the release of the album there will be a tour taking place in various cities around Europe and once in New York. It kicks of at Berghain in 2 weeks time, and us lucky individuals in London will get the chance to catch the show twice. Once at the legendary fabric, next month (I still have very fond memories of watching Moritz Von Oswald Trio perform their 'Vertical Assent' album in room 1, and if it's anything like that, which we're positive it will be, then it'll be one seriously inspiring and emotional evening) and then in July at the Bloc Weekender.

As a sneak preview, Henke has let slip a video test for 'The Existence Of Time', with animations from Tarik Barri. If the soundcloud album preview above didn't get you excited for the tour, then this certainly will.

Tour Dates

29th Feb: Berlin - Berghain support from Shackleton (DJ Set) Peverelist (DJ Set) Tickets
1st Mar: London - fabric support from Craig Richards (DJ Set) Peverelist (DJ Set) Tickets
9th Mar: Amsterdam - 5 Days Off Tickets
17th Mar: Spain - KlubbersDay (TBC) Tickets
20th Apr: New York - Unsound Festival
4th May: Slovenia (TBC)
6th Jun: Italy - Dancity Folignio
7th Jul: London - Bloc Tickets
29th Sep: Bologinia - Robot Festival (TBC)

More information on Monolake can be found on the Monolake Website, 'Like' him on his Facebook Fan Page or follow him on Twitter. There's plenty of stuff to explore, including all his dates, a whole host of free downloads and details of all his work. We also recommend you have a read of a recent interview he did with Todd L. Burns on Resident Advisor.

Wednesday 15 February 2012

Mix Of The Day: Truss - Live on The Clairvoyants Show, Rinse FM (12th Feb 12)

The Clairvoyants show airs on Rinse FM every Saturday night (Sunday morning) at 1am and broadcasts some serious techno across the London airwaves. Last Sunday was the turn of Truss. The London based DJ / Producer is definitely on the up. With releases on labels such as Perc Trax and Stroboscopic Artefacts is just the beginning. We expect you to be hearing a lot more about this man in the not too distant future.

Anyway the mix was recorded and Truss has put it up on his soundcloud for you to have a listen, using the player below, or download it from the Rinse FM Download Link (right click, save as)

For more info on The Clairvoyants, check out their Facebook Fan Page or you can follow them on Twitter. For all the over shows available on Rinse FM you want the Rinse FM Website.

Truss can also be found on Facebook and Twitter. If you're in London and see what to see Truss perform live, you can, next month at Basing House he'll be performing alongside Henning Baer at the first of our Slash Dot Dash Sunday afternoon techno parties on the 11th March. Full event info and tickets can be found on Resident Advisor

USA Weekend Clubbing Picks: Peter Van Hoesen & Mick Finesse

As our audience in the States seems to be growing more and more as the weeks go by, we thought we'd make an effort to feature more US events, and this weekend there's a couple of belters. We begin in New York with the infamous Bunker parties.

The strategy for the party is simple. Take one of the best techno DJs in the world and make them play all night. There's not many artists out there that could pull it off, but Time To Express boss, Peter Van Hoesen fits in that category. He's done nothing but impress us all the occasions we've seen him perform over the last 18 months and to witness him perform an 8 hour set is something we'd consider to be extremely special.

Tickets are available from Brown Paper Tickets. We recommend you get a ticket, because you won't get in without one. The event is limited to 150 people, to ensure the perfect atmosphere for this intimate party. More event info on Resident Advisor. Head over to Peter's Facebook Fan Page for more info on his releases and upcoming performances.

Our second recommendation for the weekend takes us to the Beta Club in Denver. Emote Music help Mick Finesse celebrate his first EP on Perc Trax by throwing him a release party. If Mick's Slash Dot Dash Podcast is anything to go by, then it'll be well worth checking out.

Entrance is $5 on the door, which opens at 9pm. Full info can be found on Resident Advisor. Check out the Facebook Fan Pages for Emote Music and Mick Finesse for everything else you'd ever need to know.

Tuesday 14 February 2012

Grounded Theory 14 @ Arena (17th Feb 12)

It's time for the first Grounded Theory party of the year, to be held this Friday at the usual spot of Arena Club. The line up is the usual who's who of incredible techno artists.

The Electric Deluxe boss, Speedy J headlines the event with a bit of help from a live set from Traversable Wormhole and DJ sets from Obtane and Milton Bradley with Henning Baer as their K209.

Doors open at midnight, there's no tickets. Full event info can be found on Resident Advisor. More info on the following acts can be found on their Facebook Fan Pages

Parallel Series 2: Shifted & Samuli Kemppi [Mote Evolver 028]

Mote Evolver drops its first release of 2012 with the second edition of it's Parallel Series. Parallel Series 1 combined Luke Slater's L.B. Dub Corp alias with ASC to create an EP with contrasting, but complimenting, sounds within.

The same rules apply of number 2. The artists in question this time are UK rising star, Shifted and former Slash Dot Dash guest and all round nice guy, Samuli Kemppi. Both display a level of skill and creativity in their work which only goes to show why these two individuals are so respected around the techno community.

Shifted kicks off the release with 'Gates' with it's thundering kick and piercing hats is sure to be a dancefloor destroyer. 'Spire' steps up the intensity, filled with industrial overtones and ghostly wafts of white noise. The flip side hands over to Samuli. 'Trans Neptunian' is driving and tough yet warming and somewhat jacking, whilst 'Detached Object' rounds off the EP with subtle progressions of sparse melodies and sub heavy frequencies as the momentum builds for those epic late night moments. Check out the samples below

The EP is due for release next Monday (20th Feb) and will be found in all the usual places. More info on everyone involved can be found on the relevant Social Media sites

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Monday 13 February 2012

Mix Of The Day: Silent Servant - CLR Podcast 155

It's been a while since we've featured a CLR Podcast, but it was only a matter of time before the series appeared again. Todays mix comes from the Sandwell District camp and is Silent Servant's first appearance on the legendary techno series.

He took some time out from working on a full length album for Hospital Productions, and a remix for Ostgut Ton, to put this two hour mix together. It's a live recording with no post production involved, so pretty much what you'd expect to hear from him with his DJ sets.

You can download the mix from the following links or search through iTunes for "CLR Podcast"


1) Cabaret Voltare - Bed Time Stories
2) Cub - CU1 [Cub]
3) CH-Signal Laboratories (8003 Lucerene) [Sandwell District]
4) Sigha - How To Disappear [Hotflush]
5) Function - Decending [Sandwell District]
6) Ron Trent - The Afterlife [Warehouse]
7) Sleeparchive - Elephant Island [Sleeparchive]
8) Staffan Linzatti - Prophet Of Regret [Stockholm LTD]
10) Planetary Assault Systems - Bell Blocker (Silent Servant Remix) [Ostgut Ton]
11) Planetary Assault Systems - Function 3 (Marcel Dettmann Remix) [Mote Evolver]
12) Peter Van Hoesen - Transitional State 2 [Time To Express]
13) Planetary Assault Systems - Wriss [Ostgut Ton]
15) Marcel Dettmann - Planning [Ostgut Ton]
16) Ugnadan Methods - Beneath The Black Arch (Ancient Methods)
18) Conforce - Vulcan (XDB Remix 2) [Clone Basement Series]
19) Marcel Dettmann - Duel [50 Weapons]
20) Martyn - Seventy Four (Redshape Remix) [3024]
21) Untold - Little Things Like That [Clone Basement Series]
22) #4.26 - Theatron [Frozen Border]
23) Analog Solutions - My Own Transition [Analog Solutions 009]
24) Radio Slave - Absolute Absolute (Jerome Sydenham Remix) [Apotek Records]
26) Edit Select - Asperity (Edit Select & Markus Suckut Remix) [Edit Select]
27) Jeff Pietro - Still A1 [Borrow Language]
28) Throbbing Gristle - Hot On The Heels Of Love [Industrial Records]

Check out Silent Servant's Facebook Fan Page for more info on him. Head over to the CLR Podcast website for the rest of the series

Friday 10 February 2012

Weekend Clubbing Roundup - London, Bristol, Berlin, Copenhagen, NYC

The January blues are long forgotten and 2012 is well into the swing of things. Two weekends into February and the quality techno is coming thick and fast. We've got a number of parties happening this weekend to tell you about, spanning continents and even oceans. There's plenty to mention so I'll be brief. We kick off with our hometown....

London - Friday

Basing House is our new home for Slash Dot Dash and we're in some very good company. Two weeks ago Redshape headlined for Bread & Butter, and tonight Make Me host the man from Minneapolis, DVS1. Tickets are available from Resident Advisor

London - Saturday

fabric seemed to of stepped up their commitment to providing London with world class techno, week in week out. We've already seen the likes of Sandwell District, Sigha, Delta Funktionen and Skudge. This week sees a Berghain takeover as Norman Nodge and Ben Klock join Terry Francis in Room 2. Get your tickets at Resident Advisor

Bristol - Friday
After the big success of last weeks fabric Room 2 takeover, Hotflush take the show on the road, West down the M4 to one of the UKs most influential music cities, Bristol. Scuba, Sigha and George Fitzgerald again feature at the Lakota Club. Tickets on Resident Advisor

Berlin - Saturday

Klubnacht pres Blueprinted Berlin @ Berghain (11th Feb 12)

This event very much speaks for itself. Blueprint Records taking over Berghain! I'll let the line up do the talking. There's no tickets, just pay on the door. The club opens at Midnight and will finish.......?

Berghain - Blueprinted Berlin

23:59 - 05:00 - DVS1
05:00 - 06:00 - O/V/R (Live)
06:00 - 09:00 - James Ruskin
09:00 - 12:00 - Sigha
12:00 - End - Marcel Dettmann

Panoramabar features Cle, Blondes (Live), Bok Bok vs Jam City, Thomas Schumacher, Mano Le Tough, Ed Davenport, Oliver Deutschmann, Magda and Nick Hoppner. Full event info on Resident Advisor.

Copenhagen - Saturday

Culture Box continues to keep the big line ups coming. Saturday sees two very big Slash Dot Dash favourites in Samuli Kemppi and Dasha Rush. The intimate surroundings of the Danish club will provide the perfect setting for these two excellent artists. There's no tickets but check out the event info on Resident Advisor.

New York - Saturday

Finally we come to the end of our Weekend Roundup and we finish with something rather special happening across the pond in New York. Oktave team up with Sama to help them celebrate their 1st birthday and they do it in style. They've looked to Berlin and selected Stroboscopic Artefacts boss, Lucy, and CLR shining star, Tommy Four Seven to join Oktave resident and Perc Trax artist, Jeff Derringer at a secret location somewhere in Brooklyn. Full event info can be found on Resident Advisor.

Thanks for reading and where ever you happen to be in the world, if you go to one of our selected parties, or not, we hope you have a great time.

Mix Of The Day: Norman Nodge - fabric Promo Mix

Norman Nodge has been in a very sharing mood of late. A few weeks back he recorded his 4 hour warm up set @ Berghain and uploaded it to Soundcloud (Check out parts 1 and 2+3) and now he's provided a studio mix for the fabric blog.

You can download the mix from the following link or stream it from the player below.

The mix is obviously to coincide with his appearance at the Farringdon club this weekend. Tomorrow night he'll descend on Room 2 with his Berghain buddy, Ben Klock and fabric mainstay, Terry Francis. Tickets are still available on Resident Advisor and you can find the line up for the rest of the club, and all the info, on there.

For more info on Norman, head over to his Facebook Fan Page

Wednesday 8 February 2012

Slash Dot Dash catches up with Truss

Ahead of his first appearance Slash Dot Dash next month, we caught up with Truss to give you a bit of a insight behind his influences, his work and what's coming up in the future....

1) How has the start of 2012 been for you?

It's been a good start to the year. January is always a nice time to get on with writing music as there are fewer distractions than usual.

Other than getting on with new music, I've just played my first gig of the year which was a wicked little party in Madrid with Sigha and Svreca as part of a Our Circula Sound label showcase.

2) What got you into dance music?

Flyers, tape packs and a general fascination with rave culture. I was too young to go to any parties when i first got into dance music, so my friends and I would make do with devouring any, and all, mix tapes we could get our hands on and try to outdo each other by having the most flyers on our bedroom walls.

3) What, of your work so far, are you most proud of?

That would have to be my first vinyl. Greg (Donor) and I had been working on some music together with the aim of targeting a couple of specific labels. Luckily we had those tracks signed to the first label we sent them to - Dumb Unit. Having my music on wax had been a long time ambition and it was a wicked feeling to accomplish that.

4) Do you have a different approach when working for different labels?

These days I try not to think too much about specific labels when I write. I generally feel the stuff I am happiest with is the music I write for fun and nothing else.

5) What's coming up for you in 2012?

I have some solo material lined up including a couple of remixes from some producers I admire a lot. There is more Donor/Truss music ready to be released and I have a new project which will be making its first airing in a few months. I'm going to keep quiet about this project for now though.

6) and finally, we're really excited that you'll be making your first appearance for us next month, have you got anything special lined up for us?

I'm lucky to have an ever increasing amount of new unreleased material from some very talented friends of mine. Looking forward to trying some of these tracks out.

Truss will be joining Henning Baer, XI and Billy Allen at Basing House for our first Sunday afternoon party on the 11th March 2012. All the event info and tickets can be found on the Resident Advisor Event Page.

To find out everything else you'd need to know on Truss you can like him on his Facebook Page or follow him on Twitter.

Tuesday 7 February 2012

Slash Dot Dash Podcast 010: Cassegrain

We’re excited to announce our Slash Dot Dash Podcast series is 10! What started in October 2010 with a mix from XI, reaches it’s 10th episode with a mix from Prologue Records artist, Cassegrain.

After a chance meeting at the Red Bull Music Academy, in Barcelona, Cassegrain was formed.

The project explores the ground between dark, raw techno and UK influenced sounds, trying to find a balance between experimental and club orientated music.

For the A side of their debut 12", on Mikrowave, the pair worked with dubstep luminary, Benga, who provided his vocals for the first time. Following this, Cassegrain signed to Prologue, Dropa EP and later this month, the Coptic EP, which will be their 3rd 12".

Cassegrain perform Live and DJ, their live act includes a mixture of software, hardware and additional elements that change each time.

It's their DJs skills on show for our 10th Podcast. We've been trying to tie the pair down for almost 6 months, but their busy schedule had forced the mix back, but we're finally able to add Cassegrain to our ever expanding Slash Dot Dash Podcast Family.

You can get the mix either by subscribing to the podcast in iTunes or you can download or stream the mix from the Soundcloud player below


1) Conforce - Timelapse [Delsin Records]
2) Tin Man - Ghost of Techno [Zooloft]
3) Planetary Assault Systems - Motif [Ostgut Ton]
4) Milton Bradley - Echoes From the Past [Do Not Resist the Beat!]
5) Sascha Rydel - Puissant [Fachwerk]
6) John Mitchell - Simple Percussion [Propellant Music]
7) Kevin Gorman - Velvet [Mikrowave]
8) Abstract Division - Floating Point (Delta Funktionen remix) [Dynamic Reflection]
9) Mick Finesse - They Sex Machinas (Perc remix) [Perc Trax]
10) Tracy - Bonk [Ketra Records]
11) Rrose - Shepherds Brine [Sandwell District]
12) Luigi Acid Machine - Deroma [Cannibald Recordings]
13) Coefficient - Vacuum Stability [M_Rec Ltd]
14) Jeff Mills - Microbe [Axis]
15) AnD - DST [Black Sun]
16) Subjected - 008A1 [Vault Series]
17) Oscar Mulero - Orbital Resonance [Pole]
18) Cassegrain - Hyena [Prologue]
19) Mike Parker - Pulse Trader [Prologue]
20) Marcel Dettmann - Landscape (Answer Code Request) [Music Man]
21) Tobias. - Go [Wagon Repair]
22) Eshu - Lunar Farside [Eshu]
23) Xnand - 003A1

More info on Cassegrain can be found on their Facebook Fan Page or you can follow them on Twitter

Thursday 2 February 2012

Cassegrain - Coptic EP [Prologue 025]

Cassegrain kick off 2012 with their second release on SDD favourite, Prologue Records. Their first release on the label 'Dropa EP' [PRG021], for us was one of the best releases of the year and got plays in every corner of the techno world.

Prologue 025 reaches the same heights as the pair demonstrate the skills that have made them a hot new property on the techno scene. Full to the brim with harrowing dub influenced rhythms and down right scary atmospherics which would unsettle those of a slightly nervous disposition. All four track encompass the same ventures into experimental techno and mind altering electronic music, which can be found in everything they do. Check out the samples below.

The release will be in the shops towards the end of the month on both vinyl and digital. The Prologue Facebook Fan Page is where you find all you'll need to know about them. Or follow them on Twitter. The same goes for Cassegrain with their Facebook and Twitter.

Our Circula Sound Showcase - Post Club @ Siroco (3rd Feb 12)

Tomorrow night Sigha's Our Circula Sound label will host their first label party at Siroco Club in Madrid. Launched in 2010 and now three releases in, with originals from Sigha and Shifted and remixes by two of Techno's biggest names in Marcel Dettmann and James Ruskin. 2012 is set to be a big year for OCS and that year starts here.

Headlined by Sigha himself, and who better to give a complete representation of what the label is about? He'll be supported by one of our next guests Truss, Semantica Records boss, Svreca and XPB1 in the club with Masajazz and Dubnio in the lounge.

There's no tickets available so turn up and pay on the door. All the event info can be found on the Resident Advisor Event Page. To find out everything you need to know on OCS check out their Facebook Fan Page

Wednesday 1 February 2012

Quantec - Dimensions Beyond The Known [Toffler Music TV005]

Quantec is back on Toffler Music, this time bringing us a look into the 'Dimensions Beyond The Known' EP. Four tracks on the vinyl with an extra fifth track as a digital bonus. The release has Quantec's usual stamp of quality all over it. Exquisitely detailed production and music that always keeps you guessing.

Check out the tracks below. You'll recognise a few of the them from Toffler Music's label boss, Stefano's, recent Slash Dot Dash Podcast 008.

The EP is in the shops and available on download now, so go buy it, More info on Quantec can be found through his Facebook Fan Page and as for Toffler Music, head over to their brand new Website