Oliver Ho AKA Raudive, BlindMinded, Laura Heath, Nisekay
Mute is the voice of three; Nisekay, Blindminded and Laura Heath. Coming together from various projects, they form a new Sunday night shebang.
Join in every Sunday at Cable - the latest addition to London's clubbing landscape. Set within the deep, atmospheric Labyrynth of London's viaducts and archways, it's a place steeped in history and gritty ambiance - making it the perfect home for Mute.
Each week the residents will be joined by intoxicating guests, bringing you the finest electronic music.
Mute gives Techno a voice ...
and small drums called Tom Toms.
Laura Heath [Mute]
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Since 1996 Oliver Ho has been producing and djing techno in its many forms, from the tribal sounds of Meta to the funky house sounds of the Birdland records. After exploring many ideas and styles oliver began 2006 with his new project, 'Raudive', taking the ideas he has explored over ten years of music production and shaping them into a slower, deeper and more minimal sound. The first release as raudive was on Klang Elektronik.
This gained attention from dj's such as Dan Bell, Ricardo Villalobos and Craig Richards from london's Fabric club. This was closely followed up with the release on podium, "Here", a warped techno groove with childrens vocals, played by Richie Hawtin and Sven Vath.
More recently there have been releases on Cocoon, Macro and We Are.
Along with his productions oliver is also taking this sound into the clubs, djing in renowned venues such as Panoramar Bar in berlin, Rex Club in paris and Unit in tokyo.
Coming from the underground world of raves and squats, Italian producer Giorgio Cadamuro aka Blind Minded spent his early days studying drums and percussion as well as classical piano. As the music evolved and the technologies started to be a fundamental part of dance music, he took a degree in audio engineering in Australia and became involved in recording and mixing for several artists.
Living in London now, he is developing his Blind Minded live set performances. Blind Minded had recorded a remix for the Italoboyz of their track "Body And Soul" on Trapez ltd in 2008 and was signed for his first solo 12" soon after. Look out for forthcoming releases on Trapez coming soon!
Laura Heath is fast becoming one of the most talked about techno dj's on the scene. At only 21, Laura has played alongside some of the biggest names around and has graced the decks at some the best venues in the world including Privilege, Fabric, Turnmills and Digital.
Starting with her first international tour in Austria in 2007, where she played alongside Chris Liebing and residencies from early this year has seen Laura establish herself firmly on the London scene. She has played across the globe including Germany, Austria, Dubai, and Bulgaria for her festival debut @ See Me warming up for Jeff Mills. The much acclaimed Black Series podcast was launched in early 2008 and has become massively in demand with a growing audience of listeners.
This year Laura was also made the face of Kam and has a new sponsorship from London based fashion boutique Chateau Roux. Hard at work in the studio Laura has several releases planned for 2009.
Following his formative years as a party warrior, Nisekay (DJ, producer and co-creator of lo*kee) was born out of a love for a good party. Influenced by his early experiences with Goa's psychadelic trance parties and the techno/house of Ibiza, he was struck by a love for underground electronic music.
In March 2008, he rented a warehouse unit in East London with the sole purpose of holding parties in his living room. Lo*kee was born. His kitchen became the bar and over the next year some of the biggest names in the underground scene graced his decks. The synergy between himself, Akie and Sebastian Voigt quickly established lo*kee as one of the most talked about parties in London. This growing infamy on the underground scene and has seen him fast become a feature of some of the best line ups - from organising and playing at an official Fabric after party with Craig Richards, to going back to his roots with long time allies at Birmingham's Below.
With the help of an ever growing techno circus, he is now running Lo*kee in a number of secret East London locations.
His DJ style can best be described as Techno. With a near addiction to finding those hard found records and a strong belief in experimental style, his sets often feature tracks from all walks of the genre. No smooth journeys or epic voyages. It is music designed to make you dance.
For more information go to www.myspace.com/mutelondon