What a Gallery lineup this one is, it has the perfect combination of established Gallery legends, Judge Jules and Tall Paul along with new talent and resident done good Sander van Doorn who is joined for a by another superb debutant in the shape of Joachim Garroud. With resident boy wonder Gavyn Mytchel and that’s only in room 1 its just another one of those Gallery’s you would be mad to miss.
No strangers to us all Tall Paul and Judge Jules remain two leading lights in the scene but also the most regular of guests here at Turnmills for The Gallery. Sander van Doorn was another Gallery debut that proved to be bang on the money with Sander continuing to do the damage worldwide but still continuing to come back regularly to the place he calls home.
Sander has been busy with his brand new record imprint Doorn Recordings and the long awaited artist album. Now firmly established he is in huge demand world wide taking in regular tours of the USA, Canada and the Southern Hemisphere. For those who have not yet witnessed or for those who have many a time there is nothing quite like this mans music in that main room, trust us you heard it from us!
The main room welcomes another foreign producer talent making his Gallery debut with Joachim Garroud catching the euro star over from his native France. For those who may not be aware this is the same man who produces and engineers for the likes of Bob Sinclair, David Guetta as well as remixing the likes of Jean Michel Jarre and David Bowie. The writer of the legendary lead line in the infamous Meet her at The Love Parade and a huge fan of the internet revolution with his massive online network including video podcasting and his huge Space Invaders legions of fans Joachim is a real talent to behold. A proponent of using several cdjs and a djm 800 to full effect along with a Keytar it is going to blow The Gallery wide open
Jack Digitals sets down this month with their Audio Laboratory taking up residency in T2 at Turnmills to find out, 'Who Gave ManMachine the Acid'? Was it King Roc? His latest Acid track out on Love Minus Zero called "Flicker/Carbon" or his release "Take me away" on BuggedOut! could provide the answers. Was it Badrobot, sibling to ManMachine who, unlike ManMachine, eats Acid baselines for breakfast? How about Dan van damn who first developed ManMachine in his Killerwave project? One thing for sure is it wasn't Richard Belsom as he was out celebrating his birthday that day with Illicit Audio Techno Mechanics Justin Steel & Mike Mackeeg. As the professors continue their search and analysis, it has become vital to find out 'Who Gave ManMachine the Acid'? so there you have it!
Room 3 sees Breakout make its debut, hailing from Cheltenham this brand has risen rapidly with its combination of quality residents, commitment to new talent and good music and a proven track record of hosting some of the best rooms across the UK. With Nick Fisher headlining and resident Lizzie Curious celebrating the launch of her artist album, fellow resident and promoter Simon Pisani joins the action along with Jamie Wadman, Chris Hughes, Amy Taylor and live Percussions will bring a little added spice to the proceedings over in T3.