Fresh from collaborating with the likes of Ashley Beedle (as Yambee) and producing for classic disco acts such as Imagination and Odyssey, London based Yam Who? recently laid down this exclusive set for Mixmag, live from a Mixmag night in East London.
Yam Who? runs the ISM and Midnight Riot labels that have featured heavily in the disco pages ofMixmag and his Leroy Burgess inspired work as Questlife (pictured above) with Parisian Tom Laroye is a must for those with a love of classic boogie.
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The Black Boogie is coming to Basing House.
The Black Boogie likes house music.
The Black Boogie likes Youandewan.
Are you ready?
“I’m shy, nervous and anxious about life,” says Youandewan. You can tell that by his music, be it the doleful, dubby remixes of Maya Jane Coles, Gerry Read or Sei A he’s turned in, or the etheral originals he has crafted for secretsundaze and London’s non-specific bass hub, 2nd Drop. Of course, there’s also the notable “1988” (the first thing he ever produced and which was never intended to see the light of day) and a massive remix of Dusky’s “Lost in You”, a tune regularly spun in the dusty dungeons of Berlin’s Berghain. With his profile rising steadily and an EP due in the summer on Will Saul’s Aus imprint, the natural next step is an album in the pipeline for winter 2014. But none of these really sum-up the reticent Leeds lad, for his loosely house and bass leaning sound is forever on the move. As a DJ, Youandewan’s cultured and considered sets have earned him a residency at Leeds establishment System, whilst he’s also a regular guest at Wax:On. Though he prefers hiding to over-hyping, for those who know, they know…
ROB AMBOULE [Nixwax/2020Vision]
With releases on the legendary 2020Vision and his own Nixwax imprint doing the rounds and a release on “Heidi presents Jackathon Jams” forthcoming, Rob Amboule is a man finding himself increasingly in demand. Hailing from London via Mauritius, the young talent finds himself with an increasingly busy DJ schedule, however, we’ve managed to snag him for one night only in Basing House. Don’t miss out on one of the rising stars of 2014.
ARIO [Astral Industries]
Although Astral Industries boss Ario is better known for his techno ventures with the likes of Deepchord and Fluxion, it is little known that he actually has about a thousand deep house tunes in his well-stocked arsenal. Expect the usual seamless mixing, tight selection and maximum vibes from our new Black Boogie resident.
NICK GABRIEL [Silver Bear]
Opening the night during a brief window of sobriety will be Black Boogie resident Nick Gabriel. Invited back to play at Bestival again following an epic marathon set last summer, Nick has regularly DJ’d at Brixton Jamm, Westbourne Studios and Paramount Bar. With a release lined up on Sunday Best spinoff label Silver Bear, 2014 promises to be a stellar year for this excellent DJ and all-round good egg.
Tickets: £5/£8, £10 OTD @ Basing House, 25 Kingsland Road, E2 8AA
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After last Cartuli’s Day where musically talking was a huge success, we are happy to announce the next party in Basing House. Changing environment but always quality music. For this God Friday we have A Harmless Deed, a new Label formed by Damian Schwartz and Kasper aka JC. They will be warmed up by Rob James & Raphael Carrau from Moodi.
(AHD, Oslo, Esperanza)
★KASPER aka JC
(AHD, Bass Culture, Esperanza)
(Cartulis Day, Esperanza)
★ROB JAMES & RAPHAEL CARRAU
Doors open at 22:00 on Friday 18th of April and close 4am 1 rooms with latest tendencies of music – house / techno / minimal / tech house
TICKETS & PRICES
Early Bird RA £5
Concession/Advance Tickets £7
Door Entrance £10
Concessions & Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on the dance-floor!
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