Superfiction crew returns to Basing house for their bi-monthly party, starring label superstars Italoboyz and Blind Minded, joined by Alpha Recording System MICHINYC for their usual night of full on futuristic house & techno flavours
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We are so excited to be back on friday 17.10.2014 with a powerful showcase that will be really hard to forget.
We have for this edition the pleasure to welcome two of the finest talents from Italy which are smashing and conquering the dancefloor of all the european best clubs.
Rio Padice is now a veteran for us with the third attendance is one of the artists that blends better with our project and that it is in constant collaboration with our artists .
Massimo, after his first experience at White Jail last June, he has proven to be returned to the fore in Europe. After a process of radical change from a minimal sound to a morehot and raw music we are happy to have him back with us, an artist with great growth potential.
Opening the night there will be Joseph Russell , another youngster of early sound collective and new graft team white jail that has already printed his first ep with Early Sound and is waiting to burn the dancefloors with his upcoming releases out soon on Prins Thomas’s label.
For this night we will be back at the Basing House in the middle of Shoreditch, hope to have you all there for our second round of the upcoming winter season.
This event will be by tickets only, so hurry up and make sure your entrance to our
night.There will be tickets available on the door too.
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My latest and LAST 12″ on Seaghdha…available from all quality record stores!
A week ago we came across an email in our inbox with the subject: ‘Some Moody Shit’. Sure enough it was the next installment of the tangible sound podcast series coming from Sheffield’s very own Lo Shea. The first time we heard the sounds of Liam O’Shea was back in 2012. Our good Friend Marco had picked up one of his Seaghdha records and we’ve been hooked on his unique, deep and dubbed out rhythms ever since.
For those of you who don’t know, Seaghdha was a vinyl-only imprint Lo Shea created to showcase his eclectic productions from 2012 through 2014. Each release was limited to 300 pieces of wax and gained vocal support from some of the most discerning selectors in the game such as Christopher Rau, Brawther, Mosca, Vince Watson & Darko Esser to name a few. In 2013 Lo Shea also opened the 100 Years label with two slabs of Techno which were inspired by sounds recorded at the Forgemasters Steelworks in Sheffield. Seaghdha & 100 Years have proven Lo Shea has vision, range & impeccable taste and after Phonica Records and Ripperton’s Tamed Musique commissioned him for their own labels, the request just keep pouring in.
Residing in Sheffield, Lo Shea is the curator, resident and founder of Hope Works where he has played with everyone from Theo Parrish to Ben UFO and Levon Vincent to Pearson Sound. Upcoming events in the Hope Works warehouse include Rødhåd, Hodge, Funkineven, Greg Beato and an extended set from the Detroit pioneer Jeff Mills. Next month Lo Shea will also open the Hope Works record label and one of the tracks, “Capacity Creep” can be heard within this mix.
With some exciting releases on the horizon, a fresh Live set readied for 2015 as well as a string of solid Dj gigs which include Panorama Bar on the 15th of November, Lo Shea is hitting the ground running…
To our London crowd you can catch Lo Shea playing for Jaunt at basing house on the 11th of October. We’ll be there for sure… right up at the front.
“We take remixes for granted these days, but in the ’70s, a handful of DJs and engineers were literally putting the form together with their own hands. The Bronx-born DJ John Morales was one of these early splicers, making extended edits and medleys at a time when he found most tracks too short to work well in his sets. Cutting his teeth at Bob Blank’s Blank Tapes studio and gaining fans like disco über-producer Patrick Adams, Morales embedded himself in New York’s music world, and as the ’70s rolled into the ’80s, Morales grew ever more in-demand for his eminently club-ready tweaks of everyone from Hall & Oates to The Rolling Stones. Along with his partner Sergio Munzibai, he established one of the top remix brands of the era: the M&M mix. Morales spent some time out of the game over the last few decades, but in 2009, BBE released the first of three compilations of M&M mixes, which turned the spotlight back on his considerable contribution to dance music. Around the release of a new Motown-focused collection of M&M retouches, Stephen Titmus sat down with Morales at our office in London.”
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