This event is very much close to my heart as, after 3 years away from our original setting, the London warehouse, we are now back and on Easter with some of those I mostly appreciate as artists, also portraying a reflection of my exploration in Romania and the world during this "away" period.
In three years a lot can happen, especially to a city like London and in current times of Brexit. I pride very much on the quality of the crowd I had, the community we had built together which in itself is a "fight" against those horrible times we are faced with. This is the one occasion I am hoping to bring all of us back together.
To head this line up of amazing people and artists I have chosen someone that for so many years has been an example to my philosophy, and one that is as passionate as I am, Rhadoo. I am probably suspicious to talk about this artist but those that know me know that my subjective view is left out when talking about artistry, here is no different. You see, this is someone that puts the art of Djing to such a level that not many can, this is a mixing technique that is so unique it not only elevates the value of his record digging (which oh boy is really high) but it adds to the creation of entirely new records brought out by alien mixing. An orchestration of channeling, fading, filtering, cutting.
In order to create this full journey in the most diverse way possible, we have our residents, Junki Inoue and Dubtil and further guests Vlada and Edward. In terms of the music line Junki and Vlada are on a similar route, one that was once born at Toi Toi via the likes of Nicolas Lutz and Craig Richards. The same goes for Dubtil and Edward on the more minimal take of things but still with an edge. You can for instance find Edward playing b2b with Ricardo Villalobos as you can find him as part of Giegling.
We have 12 hours at the warehouse and another 12hrs at our dear local, The Lion & Lamb. I am hoping to see you all.