Riktam & Bansi, Sally Doolally, Malcolm Murra, Hamish, Icpress, Dauphin
Bam Bam is born to redress the imbalance that exists in London and we are making it our duty to bring banging, dancefloor orientated tunes to the capital.
Our first party at the legendary lightbox sets the tone - Plastik Park record label will be showcasing their extraordinary talents on February 19th.
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RIKTAM & BANSI (new techno project from GMS)
They have not played in London for years but to celebrate their new techno project R&B are coming to town. This is the first preview anywhere in the world of their first album - Constructor. Their early EP releases resulted in 4 tracks in the beatport top 10 including the biggest selling prog house tune of the year.
Riktam & Bansi have come to have been known under a variety of monikers over the last decade, however have achieved their greatest success under their Growling Mad Scientists project. With a total of eight artist albums, their tracks appearing on over 150 releases and more than 200,000 album sales, their studio wizardry is unquestionable. Normally known for a more driving sound, the "Riktam & Bansi" project sees them embark in a different direction, towards a style which encompasses a slower more groove-oriented techno backbone. While retaining all of their flavor for the dancefloor, this release shows the breadth and diversity of their studio skills without losing any of their unique take on melody or sound construction.
SALLY DOOLALLY (Plastik Park/Boom Festival/Vuuv)
Played the most talked about set at Boom Festival. Since leaving London she has been masterminding Plastik Park's rise to power as label director. She has played at every festival you can think of and built a killer record collection in 11 years in the game.
MALCOLM MURRA (Gouranga)
HAMISH (Furthur Progressions)