Line-up /Echaskech, Digital City, Names of Nothing, Quiet Voices films, Special Guest
It’s taken us over a year to find this absolute beauty of a venue, but Digital City and Names of Nothing return to our secret party routes for a very special night in an utter gem of a warehouse- a secret venue in east London, very close to Hackney Wick.
Save the date. This is set to be an amazing night, but true to our ethos, we will also be keeping this an intimate and friendly affair limited to friends and friends of friends only.
With a capacity of 250, we expect this event to sell out. We are not after a profit, just your good times- this is why tickets will be just £5. You can purchase yours here:
You can alternatively provisionally reserve your place by emailing your names to ‘email@example.com’, though we urge you to purchase advance tickets if possible.
The location of the venue and a password for entry will be sent to our list of attendees the day before the event, and entry will be granted only to those with their names on the list.
….now look what we have in store for you:
Digital City’s 5th Birthday Party (from 7pm):
Digital City will be transforming the venue into a world of screens, where VJ, film and art installation share equal platform with the beats, and will feature:
Active Optics: An interactive video feedback installation + chilled tunes and quality grub
Quiet Voices films: Curated by former Big Chill visuals resident John Rixon. Expect beautiful aural soundscapes and lush cinematic projections to experience, absorb and get lost in.
Echaskech: Live AV set with new line-up for the purveyours of arguably the best hypnotic technotronica since the demise & resurrection Orbital
DJ BarryDark (techno-electro set)
Tentonatom Live & DJ set
DJ Remote (warm beats and glitch set)
VJs Mach V, Dr Mo and Parallax
DC will be followed by Names of Nothing (until 7am):
Names of Nothing is an underground night and DJ duo.
Famous for their huge inner-London wood raves, Names of Nothing specialise in parties in different places- be they legal or illegal, indoors or outdoors.
Their events revolve around a love for music and music alone and as such Names of Nothing try to maintain that not many people know who they are. It is not for commercial gain and has just built up via reputation and word of mouth over the years.
This party will have a bar, so please don’t BYO.
12 short films exploring and responding to the theme of Quiet Voices:
RayV: 3 Steps, 3 min 18 sec
Alex Pearl: Lodgings, 4 min 19 sec
Annabel Dover: Imperial, 4 min 8 sec
Bonny John/soundtrack by Input Junkie: A cloudless sky, 7 min
Animat: A promise of snow, 7 min 36 sec
Sounds for the Ground - video by MachV: First Light, 5 min 47 sec
Another Fine Day: Buckets & Spades, 11 min 36 sec
Emily Richardson: Redshift, 4 min 9 sec
Lulu Horsfield - soundtrack by Amy Mallet: one hundred, 5 min 6 sec
Phoebe Rixon - soundtrack by Enrico Coniglio: Mothlight, 2 min 31 sec
makemassair: Sevenzero, 5 min 40 sec
Lucy Wilson: 5:48, 5 min 40 sec
“Echaskech may sound lush and atmospheric but this is ambience with teeth...as a live proposition, Echaskech toughen up into a true armoured dance animal with crunching beats and vicious synth snipes as standard...with the addition of Mach V (visuals) Echaskech become a truely immersive audio-visual experience where melody and groove are prime directives."
(Fantastic 4 - Hottest four names in dance music)