DAS IST PRESENTS: THE CREME ORGANIZATION IN BRISTOL
CREME take over for a Dutch masterclass in disco, house and techno for a special one off night in Bristol.
Orgue Electronique aka Brian Chinetti certainly has not. Linked to the worldwide renowned the Hague electro-scene and his good friend Legowelt, he has come to build-up quite a reputation over the years. With his musical baggage he has traveled all over the world, including two Japanese tours and several USA tours, and is known to please anybody with a deeper interest in electronic dance music. Whilst his first records are more on a minimal electro-trip, and the tracks he did on various compilations are defined as sleazy electronic disco, his latest work has above all a very thoughtful and soulful Chicago house feel mixed with a hint of classic Detroit Techno. However, Orgue Electronique is not out there to recreate a Forgotten Sound, he rather picks out some bits and pie
TLR’s mountain-man beard and baggy hoodies hint at his past life as a squatter, but they don’t give away quite how ambitious this Dutch DJ-cum-record-promoter-cum-radio-personality really is.
TLR, known to his schoolteachers as Jeroen van der Star, now 38, went from organizing grimy squat parties in the ’90s called Global Darkness, to creating a web portal and community for the Dutch West Coast electro scene under the same name. He also runs Holland’s notorious Crème Organization record label which has over fifty Chicago, acid, disco and soundtrack-esque releases on the main label, plus additional releases on Crème Jak, a sub-label for the jackin’ Chicago sound and another sub-label, Crème Eclipse, for more experimental & electro releases. And although you may hear TLR lashing “Skydiver” into his sets, he has his fingers in many musical pies, from punk to cosmic to Chicago house to disco.
Gino Felino is a bit of a mystery. Only the most devoted Italo fans may get wind of his movements as the mythical man avoids the clutching hands of status and allows his music to do the talking. Selected by Creme for their 50th landmark release tells you all you need to know.
Early bird tickets £6
Bristol ticket shop/ Resident advisor
11pm – 5am
Saturday 22nd October
Limited spaces available