FRIDAY 2ND MARCH 2012
DJ VADIM + THE HERBALISER @ THE WESTBURY, LONDON
> DJ VADIM
> THE HERBALISER
> SUPPORT TBA
Free before 8pm // £5 after
The Herbaliser is a jazz rap band formed by Jake Wherry and Ollie Teeba (Born Oliver Laurance Trattles) London, England during the early 1990s. Although currently signed to !K7 Records, they were one of the best-known acts from the Ninja Tune independent record label. They have released 8 LPs, including two DJ mixes: one for Ninja Tune’s Solid Steel series and the other for Fabric’s Live Mix series.
DJ Vadim is a prolific DJ and producer, born in Leningrad, USSR (now Saint Petersburg, Russia), raised in London and currently residing in both New York and Berlin, whose music combines hip hop, soul, reggae and electronica. He has been described as “one of the few artists creating genuinely new work in the Hip-Hop field” and an artist who “cannot be ignored”.
Closest tube: Kilburn High Road
020 7625 7500
The first in a series of interactive, immersive and experiential late night clubbing events at this brand new space.
Join the 433 in a series of events exploring different versions of the Apocalypse.
For our first event, well be trying to appease the Mayan gods in a last ditch attempt at diverting their disastrous 2012 prophesy.
In fully Mayan fancy dress, you walk into our warehouse-turned-temple and discover Mad Ferrets myriad of: celestial light displays, towering idols, impeccably tailored plumages, theatrical sacrifices, fine art, eyeball tickling visuals and earth trembling sound-systems.
Aztec Skank, Mayan Future Music, Deep Temple
Fife (Yeah, Maybe) Lex Darker (Yeah, Maybe), Ad Pan (Audio Farm), Larry Sun (Total Garage)
In Association with:
The 433 / Mad Ferret / Yeah Maybe / Audio Farm / Spangle Wear / Plastic Bones
BEAT DIMENSION :: WAREHOUSE PARTY :: FRIDAY 2nd MARCH :: 10PM-6AM
INCREDIBLE EAST LONDON WAREHOUSE LOCATION REVEALED SOON
Three of the world’s most exciting contemporary electronic artists perform extended sets in a mind-blowing post-industrial warehouse complex. A sonic education, a glimpse into the direction bass infused sound is headed in 2012 and beyond.
:: KARENN [BLAWAN & PARIAH] (3 Hour Set)
:: REDSHAPE (Live Performance)
:: OBJEKT (3 Hour Set)
:: VISUALS BY REBEL OVERLAY
First release :: £8 (SOLD OUT)
Second release :: £10
Third release :: £12
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For our official Leeds launch party on 3rd March 2012, we bring to Mint Club…
SCUBA vs. SCB [hotflush]
MIDLAND [aus music]
MANO LE TOUGH [permanent vacation]
Boundary pushing, genre hopping man of the moment SCB was an obvious choice for our headliner. With new single ‘The Hope’ currently destroying dancefloors everywhere from London to Lagos, and new “Personality” LP set to drop at the end of February, 2012 is set to be SCB’s biggest year yet. Expect the Berlin resident to provide an unrelenting two-hour journey through Berghain-indebted techno rollers, fear-house stompers and sub-heavy steppers. SCB, Scuba, Spectr, Paul Rose… call him what you like, he’s going to tear Mint Club in half.
One-time Leeds lad Harry Agius, alias Midland, hit the big time following the release of ‘Your Words Matter’, 2010’s collaborative effort produced in conjunction with housemate and Hessle chief Ramadanman. Midland’s productions are of the rolling and reflective variety, taking house, techno and bass music influences into account with little regard for genres or tags. His DJ sets dig deep into electronic music’s past and present, illustrating a keen understanding of just how to get a crowd moving.
Fresh off the back of his much-fêted XLR8R podcast and with gigs everywhere from Panorama Bar to Corsica Studios under his belt, the talented Irishman-turned-Berliner Mano Le Tough is set for a busy one in 2012. A stream of quality releases on Buzzin’ Fly, Dirt Crew and, most recently, Prins Thomas’ own Internasjonal label showcases his knack for slow, carefully considered and highly emotive house music. As he prepares to drop his debut LP on Permanent Vacation in the coming months, we think you’re going to be seeing this name around a lot more.