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PLUG ME IN The George Tavern- 9th March
Gush Records are throwing another party- same electronic mayhem but at our new venue- the wonderful George Tavern. With electronic bands, live PA, live VJing as well as DJs- plug yourself in to our pick of dirty electro/techno/dubstep and just try and keep up with the LED hula hooping...
Info on the acts:
Live VJing by l'Aubaine: https://www.facebook.com/vj.laubaine
Diarmo is the solo project of Diarmuid Slattery, a sound designer and musician combing definite traces of drone, ambient, glitch and melancholic, incorporating bent electronics, glitchy re-recorded audio, along with intricate rhythmic programming.Hailing from Dublin Ireland, now living in London. Diarmo has been Djing, producing deep electronic music for many years.Taking influences from a wide range of styles, influenced heavily by early 90's.Diarmo produces under various guises, covering a broad range of electronica, while his DJ sets now blend a mix of deep minimal house, techno, bass and ambient.
Hailing from the dark quarters of South-East London, this Lewisham-based collective of musicians are emerging as one of the UK's most original live electronic bands.Orangafruup are a collective of musicians performing a new breed of underground electronic dance music. Featuring drummer Jason DeSilva (Glass Empire), their sound is based around a fusion of organic instruments, synthesizers and Dave Kemp playing the revolutionary new British instrument, the Eigenharp.Beats, Breaks and Bass is the glue that holds this orgy of eccentric sounds together - peculiar, eclectic, erratic and irrational bubbling pot of sounds.
Force of Habit: http://soundcloud.com/forceofhabit
Hailing from South London, the residents of London Club night “Toasted” Force Of Habit are renowned for their indomitable style and fusion of multiple genres. This group of DJ's started in mid 90's playing a blend of House, Dubstep and Breakbeat, with recent appearances at EGG, Mass, Juno, Russian Bar, The Den, Hub, Gramaphone, UK festivals Beach Break Live and Secret Garden Party supporting legendary artists such as Soul of Man, Drummattic Twins, Rennie Pilgrem, Beat Assassins, Deekline to name a few.
BangStrokeBlow are a musical-wonder duo working with sounds, samples and beats on a revolutionary new electronic instrument - the Eigenharp. The only duo of Eigenharpists in the world, BangStrokeBlow make infectious, dance floor orientated, experimental music. They retain many of the sensibilities of modern electronica but through this instrument, have developed a much more expressive and human way of performing this music live. Expect anything from Hip Hop to Breakbeat to Trance, every single note will eat away at your internal organs, in a fuzzy, buzzy rapturous way.
Seb Marx: www.soundcloud.com/sebmarx
Seb produces using ableton and logic. His background in playing guitar, drums and bass in garage punk bands across europe has a clear influence on his music. Each tune is said to take you on a musical journey. His tunes are fast paced, percussive and groove driven, and will not fail to rock the dane floor. Seb Marx has come up through the London techno scene and has built a reputation as one of the most unique live performers on the European underground. With Gush Records, Seb is taking the skills honed through years of rocking warehouses and free parties, and has fun with them. The driving, relentless rhythms and pounding grooves of techno are still there, but Seb brings vocal samples and synths to the fore. He funks up the percussion too, creating mutant disco that is uplifting and fun, while maintaining a solid, bassy, slightly darker edge.
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