Jack Rock add artist to watchlist Polyfemos. Heavy Metal. Todd Bodine add artist to watchlist Internal Funk Ep. Internal Funk Interruption. Agaric add artist to watchlist Momentum Ep. Italoboyz add artist to watchlist The Vienamese Ep. Programmer No Army. Robert Babicz add artist to watchlist Organic Boogie. Organic Boogie Weekend. Swat Squad add artist to watchlist Marciano Homeless. Marciano Homeless Nomad. Duplex add artist to watchlist Big. Big Shot Backrun.
House Minimal Techno Minimal. A-Side B-Side. Noon at add artist to watchlist Blue Screen. Maggot Pocket Rocket Blue Screen. House Techno. Duplex add artist to watchlist Bipolar. Bipolar Big Spender. Rob Acid add artist to watchlist Something. For those sick of seeing DJs, the live line-up is bigger than ever this time around, with artists booked including Dizzee Rascal, Beardyman and The Whip. There's so much going on during the week that it doesn't seem like there'll be much time for anyone to go skiing.
John Keys - Pac Man / Inland Empire (Vinyl) make sure that you don't inadvertently go whizzing down a slope after a few too many! Feb 15 Good Vibrations Festival Feb 21 Good Vibrations Festival Feb 22 Good Vibrations Festival Judge Jules and Gilles Peterson are set to ride the seven seas this weekend as part of the Chuff Chuff party. The duo, and a host of other DJs, will be manning the decks for the epic hour shindig set to go off in the Midlands at Alton Towers.
And, as if the name didn't tip you off, there's going to be a bit of a theme to all of this. As a result, you should expect to see Judge and Gilles breaking out their best pirate costumes and, if you want to fit in, you'll most likely have to have your own as well. That'll be easier than you think, though, as Alton Towers offers a nice little hotel accommodation package, including spa suites and water park availability for those not in the clubbing mood.
Act fast, though, and be ready to call in John Keys - Pac Man / Inland Empire (Vinyl) for Monday. Our excuse? Scurvy, of course. Nov 21 The Gallery presents The Tranc. Nov 28 Crasher presents Eddie Halliwe. Warp set to release On The Hour. The show, originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the early '90s, was a satire on the way that the news is presented to us through the modern media.
Previously the only commercial release of the show was a double cassette that contained just two of the six hours of broadcasted material.
This was due to a legal dispute with co-writers Stewart Lee and Richard Herring, as all of the parts that they'd had a hand in writing were chopped out of that release. It seems like this has all been resolved now, as Warp are set to release the entire two series as two 4xCD boxsets. Those who can't wait for Morris' forthcoming satire on Jihadi Muslims one that Morris has even learned Arabic to try and tackle would be well advised to check this comprehensive collection out. Warp will release On The Hour on November 24th.
Label: Warp Records. Richie Hawtin headlines The End. Unless he gets booked to play again before the West London club closes its doors for good on 24th of January which is not impossible, but unlikelythis will be the last time that you'll have the chance to see Hawtin at The End.
With the club closing less than a month after this event, you can be sure that the two co-owners will be making the most of their time left in the venue. Circuit party all night long. London club night Circuit have announced a new afterparty for clubbers that haven't partied enough come 4am, starting off this coming Sunday morning. Their new venture, entitled Circuit AM, will take place straight after their regular night at Home, starting this weekend.
Situated just around the corner from Home, the venue for John Keys - Pac Man / Inland Empire (Vinyl) AM will be the cosy Platinum club, John Keys - Pac Man / Inland Empire (Vinyl), which will open until 11am each Sunday. Mulletover's Geddes will be the first to make the most of the night's extended hours, with appearances later this month from Secret Sundaze resident Giles SmithLuna City Express and Afrilounge. RA release advice: November In the fast-paced climate of electronic music, it's sometimes difficult to find out exactly when your favourite artists have their latest releases out.
And there's nothing more annoying than buying your monthly fix of vinyl, only to have something you really wanted hit the stores the day after you've put through your order.
That's why we at RA have decided to give you a list of upcoming albums and singles so you can keep on top of everything that's being put out on a month-to-month basis. It isn't a comprehensive list of everything coming out; more of a selection of John Keys - Pac Man / Inland Empire (Vinyl) releases for the month. Enterprising music geeks should feel free to do the same! And anyone looking for release advice should bookmark this space: We'll keep it updated throughout the month.
Sides Glitterbug - Supershelter - Excerpts 1 C. As T Bar prepares to shut its doors for the last time we can announce the final reincarnation of Stink, the infamous Monday night session that brought the elite players of underground club music under one roof in East London.
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Auf Weidersehn - Bill Rayner - This Is The Army Mr Jones (Vinyl), Warning, Five Star - (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons (Cassette), Ubangi Stomp - Stray Cats - Stray Cats (CD), If You Love Me (Spanish Version Radio Edit), Young At Heart - Bobby Bandiera - Is My Father There? (CD, Album), Don´t Tell Anyone - Justice (14) - Escapades (Vinyl, LP), Shes Tight - Cheap Trick - Cheapest Trick (CD)