Ed Davenport, Spencer Parker,
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Firmly settled in his adopted hometown of Berlin, British Producer, DJ and label operator Ed Davenport has slowly yet surely built a career in electronic music . He runs his own label, Counterchange Recordings, co-runs the historic Infrastructure New York imprint with Function, and releases music under his Inland guise.
The launch of the Counterchange label in 2013, and his co-management of the recently relaunched Infrastructure New York label alongside Function, both represent the constant development of Davenport as an artist concerned with doing things his own way. Driven by a sense of the timelessness of great music, Ed continues to hone a sound that is at once emotional, engaging, and expansive.
Having cut his teeth on the London scene and released a handful of well-received 12s, it was his move to Berlin in 2008 that afforded Ed the creative space to fully develop his potential. Davenport quickly landed himself regular gigs in the German capital, playing the first of many sets at Panorama Bar in September that same year. After a period of deep research and development, often being called in to play 8 hour closing sets at the famed venue, Davenport began a closer relationship with the Techno stylings of Berghain. Since the start of 2013 Ed appeared at least 6 times a year at the club, holding up a regular slot that has seen his fan-base grow hugely, both in Berlin and internationally.
In May 2014 Ed unveiled a new chapter in his artistic development, as he teamed up with Function as 'Function/Inland' for the first release on the newly re-launched Infrastructure label. Their 'Odeon/Rhyl' EP met critical acclaim and Ed now co-runs the label with the respected American techno-mainstay. The pair play selected shows together presenting their Function/Inland DJ sets and Live show. Proving to be a fruitful partnership both in the studio and behind the decks, Infrastructure is set to release more material from Function/Inland in early 2015. It's clear Ed Davenport's mission to represent quality, timeless music is only just beginning .
Spencer Parker is one of Europe's leading djs, his unique style of house and techno is in demand the world over and his productions, remixes and re-edits are regularly supported by names such as Ryan Elliot, Mike Huckaby, Radio Slave, DVS1, Gerd Janson and Zip.
Spencer's musical style is simply described best as, underground house and techno. Preferred record labels range from the techno stylings of Grey Report, Modularz, and Non Series, through to the house sound of White Material, FXHE, and, his own imprint, Work Them Records. A "typical" set from Spencer could include everything from house to techno to disco classics.
Now a resident of Berlin, Spencer is best known in the city as a regular guest at Berghain, be it playing house and disco upstairs in Panorama Bar or techno downstairs, on the clubs main floor. Elsewhere in the world, you can often find Spencer manning the decks at clubs such as Womb (Tokyo), Concrete (Paris), Dude Club (Milan) and Dance Tunnel (London).
Production wise, Spencer's main home is now his own Work Them Records label, although he is also widely known as being a large part of Radio Slave's Rekids title, alongside Mr.G and Nina Kraviz. Recently Spencer also released a series of six limited edition 12's (and a double cd album) under the name It's Not Over, on the label of the same name.
Public Admission $20 for ladies, $25 for men (incl. 1 drink)
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