WOW, if the last Cartuliâ€™s Day is anything to go by 2012 is going to be a good year! 700 of you came to Crucifix Lane and it definitely seemed like everyone had a pretty mad good timeâ€¦we thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for being such a wonderful crowd!! The party is you.
Big thanks to our guest Alessio Mereu who rocked things hard and of course all our residents including our recent family members DeadEcho who certainly seemed to make you kids dance on their debut!
The year started with a bang but an even bigger bang is coming soon as we have a royal treat for you in February with one of the biggest line-ups weâ€™ve ever held!
NEXT CARTULI'S DAY 18TH FEBRUARY WITH:
No-one could debate Luke Solomonâ€™s dance music credentials. From setting up the seminal label Classic Recordings with Derrick Carter to taking quirky house to the UK Top 10 and international charts, with his band Freaks, to DJing around the globe and performing live, Luke has been there for many of the more interesting 4/4 moments of the last decade.
A gig with Derrick Carter in the 90s led the two to become friends, after which Classic Recordings was born. For 9 years, the label introduced the world to the likes of DJ Sneak, Tiefschwarz, Isolee and Freeform 5 and garnered a cult following.
As freaks Luke has had a UK top ten also found themselves remixing the likes of Alison Limerick, Pulp, Damon Alban, Kasabian, The Streets & Duran Duran.
As a solo artist he has had releases on a variety of labels to include the very respected Crosstown Rebels. His 1st artist album â€œThe Difference Engineâ€ was released in 2008 on Radio Slaveâ€™s much applauded Rekids label to much acclaim. This album led Luke to team up with Damian Lazarus on his own artist album and Luke co-wrote and co-produced a selection of tracks.
Luke continues to DJ around the world at the likes of Panorama Bar, Fabric, D-Edge and this year will be releasing new material from Freaks, and a second album as a solo artist.
Luke's credentials are most certainly not to be argued with. We canâ€™t wait for him to blow the roof of Cartuliâ€™s Day!
TOM DEMAC LIVE!
(Murmur, Liebe*Detail, Hypercolour)
Tom has not had a bad year, from his 2 stand-out tracks Rivalry with Irony and Slip Slop Slap hitting monthly top 10 and top 30 respectively on Resident Advisor, a healthy year of gigging, taking his Live show to Fabric, Space - Ibiza, Mulletover, Freerotation and many other places in between (collecting a fine selection of club toilet photos along the way), being remixed by Soulphiction, Luke Solomon, Jamie Jones, Wolf and Lamb, Dave Aju etcâ€¦to completing his first Live compilation album released in 2012.
In 2011 Tom released with leading labels such as Murmur, Liebe Detail, Hypercolour. The No Fit State compilation with Murmur was also a highlight along with the launch of the new techno project - 'Dense' with good friend Glimpse.
If you havenâ€™t seen Tom Demac play live â€“ you must!
NITIN (NÂº19, My Favorite Robot)
In 2008 launched No.19 Music with Label Partner Jonny White of Art Department. Already the label has seen critical acclaim with releases and remixes from legends DJ Sneak, Osunlade, Stacey Pullen and future legends Jamie Jones, Soul Clap and Adam Marshall to name a few. Nitin's debut EP on released in 2009 of No.19 was one of the labels best sellers and received a wide array of press and DJ support.
April 2011 saw the release of Nitinâ€™s acclaimed debut EP on my Favorite Robot Records titled â€œlatenightlife EPâ€. Licensed to be a part of the "Get Lost" Crosstown Rebel Series mixed by Damien Lazarus is just one example of the huge support this received. 2012 started strong too with a remix package of â€˜Latenightlifeâ€™ dropping on MFR with remixes from Subb-An, Anthony Collins and Brett Johnson. Combine this with a wax release on Londonâ€™s Save You Records in March and you can be sure you will hear a lot from Nitin this year.
Playing alongside this lists of guests includes the marvellous:
-UNAI TROTTI B2B ALEX CLICHÃ‰
(Cartuli's Day, Jaded)
We strongly suggest buying tickets for this event as January was full and we had to very unfortunately stop letting people in which we hate to do! Tickets will soon be available on Resident Advisor with the links to follow!!
Advance RA/Concession Â£10
OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY @ JADED W/
(Telegraph, Einmaleins, Lo mid High, Ilian Tape, Buenos Aires)
Violeta Torres aka Violett has developed her music taste since very young. Classic Music was the ambient music at home (classic Jazz, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, New Order, Joy Division, among others).
At the age of 17, she started to know and to get on techno sounds at the local underground Buenos Aires scene. Violett started playing at underground parties, clubs and outdoors events, always maintaining a particularly sensitive artistic conception. Since the first time, she shared desks with her refence djÂ´s.
During 2005 she made her firsts steps with productions which have been signed with Telegraph, Unfoundsound, Einmaleins, Lo Mid High and compilations with Harry Klein Networks, Lessizmore and Igloo Records.
With a particularly music style mixing techno, house and Techno Detroit, deep and Old-School Violett is a reference icon at the Latin American scene.
WITH THE SUPPORT OF JADED RESIDENTS
(Save You records, My Favorite Robot, Cartuli's Day)
(Cartuli's Day, Release Sustain, Jaded)
(Cartuli's Day, Jaded)
CARTULI'S [email protected] LANE
7-9 Crucifix Lane
Doors open at 23:00 on the 18th of February and close very late.
1 room with latest tendencies of music
house / techno / minimal / techouse
Nearest tube London Bridge
Bus: London Bridge Station
(17,21,35,40,43,47,48,133,?141,149,343,381,521, N21, N35, N47, N133, N343, N381)
Guestlist FOR ONLY:
See you on the dance-floor!