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Cartuli's Day // Spring Edition photo gallery
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Cartuli's Day // Spring Edition photo gallery
We salute you Cartuliâ€™s crowd for you were a force to be reckoned with at our February edition! Best party so far? Weâ€™re not sure because it seems every party is the best we have had and February was truly InSaNe. A million thank youâ€™s to you all.
Next up we have a line... up that is guaranteed to fly you to mars, drop you off to shake ya booty and then drop you back just in time to keep ya sanity.
(Overall Music/District Raw)
(Cartuli's Day, Release Sustain, Jaded)
TOM CLARK (Highgrade/Panorama Bar)
Tom Clark is an original native of the city that is sometimes too often referred to as the capital of techno, Berlin. Unimpressed by the hype, Tom's label Highgrade is not only an integral part of Berlin's success story but also stands for the fresh and new sound of the city.
Tom's own releases and DJ sets have been detonating on the dance floors of the city and the rest of the world for a decade now.
At the beginning of the 90's he began a mini club night with some friends which gave his Dj career a real push. He was booked more and more for after-hours and parties until the larger clubs began to notice him. His reputation as an untiring, precise and emotional DJ soon brought him residencies at two of the cities most important clubs which have characterized Berlin as being the No.1 Technocity worldwide: The Tresor and the E-Werk.
Tom founded the now no longer existing label "Gold Plate Music" with a friend in 1997 to give the new Berlin club sound a platform. Highgrade Records was founded in 2000, a label with which he wants to take minimal house music to another level and discover new sounds. In ten years of Highgrade's existence it has become his main assignment to pick out the tracks, find new and exciting acts and take care of his artists. He puts together networks of like minded artists and DJ's and is planning label nights with befriended labels like Freak 'n' Chic and Wagon Repair at the legendary Berghain.
Tom is booked worldwide as a DJ and has played every country in Europe. He has been booked in small intimate clubs as well as large Open Air Festivals. Tom plays regularly at the Panorama Bar, Berghain, Watergate, Arenaclub and at the best after-hours in Berlin.
His DJ sets have become synonymous for intense, diverse and suspenseful club nights. His style varies from minimal deep tech/house, Detroit Techno, Electro and House. So of course producing his own music was just a matter of time. Next to producing his own music he also does remixes for International top acts and has been featured on various imprints. His first album "King Tide" was released on the Swiss Minimal House label Morris/ Audio. Since that, he has released various Maxi's on Morris/Audio and other labels. His second album "Service Station" was released on Highgrade in 2006. Although being extremely busy with his label and club work he has still found the time to finish his third album "Pressure Points". An album which shows his musical development. In June 2010 he got the successful premiere of Highgrade's five piece "Highgrade Disharmonic Orchestra Live", a laptop orchestra consisting of fellow label artists like Todd Bodine and Markus Homm. So we can definitely look forward to what Tom has in store for us next.
AVATISM LIVE (Dumb Unit)
Thomas did not buy his first vinyl record when he was 10 years old, nor was he born out of the love of two underground jazz musicians. He had an extremely dull and standard childhood and can barely play the drums. He has, however, released his moody, small room music on labels such as Dumb Unit, Haunt and Tiefschwarz's Souvenir. With his productions already supported by artists of the caliber of Ellen Allien, Richie Hawtin, Magda and Seth Troxler, Avatism is now touring his new live set, bringing his intricate doom-laced grooves to the clubs.
Avatism knows how to rock things and his release â€˜The Slugâ€™ was one of the Cartuliâ€™s Day anthems of 2011. We canâ€™t wait to hear him do his thing!
In support will be:
Javier Carballo (Overall Music/District Raw)
Gabbi Lopez (Release Sustain)
We strongly suggest buying tickets for this event on Resident Advisor as February was full and we had to unfortunately stop letting people in! Tickets will soon be available on Resident Advisor with the links to follow and with these you can jump the queue and guarantee the good times
Advance RA Â£10
OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY @ JADED W/ YAPACC
(Perlon, Apparel Music)
Yapaccâ€™s organic sound describes a wide bow hitting minimal funk and melodic techno at one time.
He played in several bands before he joined club music, in his young age he experienced with analog electronics. Yapacc is also a part of Narcotic Syntax (perlon/wir), producing with good groove (frisbee/multicolor), Steffen Nehrig (dirt crew/inclusion) and Daniel Solo (kaliber7).
His music is released at labels like Neuton Music, Perlon, Treibstoff/wir, brise rec, apparel, sender rec, third ear rec, Mothership, it sounds, dirt crew rec, resopal schallware, multicolor, tresor.
He has done remixes for 2raumwohnung, Pascal Feos & Ricardo Villalobos, Italoboyz, Daso and many more. His tracks are played by many DJs like Jeff Samuel, Zutane, Zip, Martin Eyerer, Dubfire, Seth Troxler and Josh winkâ€¦
Yapacc will be supported by Cartuliâ€™s Day resident:
CARTULI'S DAY@CRUCIFIX LANE
7-9 Crucifix Lane
Doors open at 23:00 on the 31st March and close very late.
1 room with latest tendencies of music
house / techno / minimal / techouse
Nearest tube London Bridge
Bus: London Bridge Station
(17,21,35,40,43,47,48,133,?141,149,343,381,521, N21, N35, N47, N133, N343, N381)
Guestlist FOR ONLY:
See you on the dance-floor!