_ It is literally impossible to talk about London’s thriving electronic music scene without mentioning Casper Clark. For over 10 years this British activist has been the brains behind some of the cities’ most interesting club nights and events, from Fabric to Corsica Studios and festivals such as Field Day or Beacons. However the project most near and dear to his heart is undoubtedly BleeD Music, which began as a regular club night that rapidly gained a cult following among fans of the more experimental and adventurous strains techno and electronica and has recently evolved into a label. Kicking off in 2015, the same year that Clark took on his Volte-Face alter ego, the label has been a platform to release his own work alongside names such as Phil Moffa or Rote, a project he shares with longtime friend and co-conspirator Daniel Avery. After spending the last decade sifting through a near infinite amount of electronic music, Volte-Face has emerged as a unique voice among a sea of pretenders, a fact that is immediately apparent in his daring and unpretentious sets. He was the obvious choice to open a new season of Orbits.