Here at the entropy headquarters we know a thing or two about dancing in flip flops. We also know that you lot won’t resist the sunrays that May is bringing to take them out of the closet and stick them on your feet until the last one of the Ibiza closing parties have managed to burn the one remaining inch of gauche left on them. Poor you, too much partying ahead? Right.
We are not sorry if your party calendar is getting busier and busier around this time, but believe me, YOU will be sorry if you forget to pencil May the 25th down as the starting point to a flippy rather than floppy journey into the warm months of the year... and what do we get in the warm weather aside human beef, sunglasses and flip-flops? Well, we do get insects too and that is what we have in store for you; a big, bouncy and buzzing red blooded Inxec.
All the way down from Nottingham, Chris Sylvester aka
Inxec has a presence that doesn’t go unnoticed. His live shows and djing talents have won him regular gigs at London’s superclub Fabric as well as an increasing worldwide schedule that is buzzing the Inxec around from Berlin to Buenos Aires and all the way back to Barcelona. In a record breaking period of two years Inxec has gone from praising Haze, Villalobos, Hawtin and other industry heavyweights to being the name on their lips and the 12” on their Technics. Having released tracks and remixes on minimal techno providers such as Contexterrior and London's Sounderground Records over 2007/08, Inxec is presenting here tonight an exclusive preview of his forthcoming LP coming out on Jay Haze’s Tuning Spork.
To keep the buzz going Inxec will be joined by Sounderground's new project Sonogoma and entropy residents Jordi Mas and Maura.
And last but definitely not least, the real cause of celebration is Mr. Mas’ 30th birthday, so get down early and raise a glass to the next-big-thing coming out of the London underground scene. Hope should be the last thing you loose ;)