Saturday, 19 February 2011

Our friends over at Spectra have a stonking line up

In our continuing efforts to build a community of like minded folk in the world of electronic music, we don't just blog about our own night, as you have probably already noticed. We like to keep things rolling along in the between times with news and updates from others across the scene.

Our latest snippet comes from the lads over at Spectra. Check out their latest club night offering.

Taken direct from their own press release on their up coming night.

Venue - Stereo
Friday 29th April
Cost - £8 early bird and £10 advance tickets avail from Ticket Scotland
Doors - 23.00
We are very proud to present Turbo Recordings. We welcome not one, but two of their super stars.

Gesaffelstein is at the top of the tree after the release of his astounding Variations EP last Novemvber. His sound is clearly influenced by The Hacker and David Carretta, but it sounds like a fresh update rather than pastiche, revitalized and refined. Su...pport from James Holden, ChloĆ©, Damian Lazarus, and Laurent Garnier, to name a few. Every track on 'Variations' is a battle-tested bomb. These tracks work in Tiga's festival sets alongside some of the summer's biggest anthems, yet are equally at home in a more underground setting. See for yourself in the basement of Stereo. With a new EP coming soon on Turbo, an Ed Banger Release and remixes for ZZT, Miss Kittin, Azari & III and Cassius – it is, without doubt, the year of Gesaffelstein.

Thomas Von Party is one of the pillars which hold the mighty Turbo Recordings up on high. TVP joined Tiga’s label Turbo as head of A&R in 2006. Since then, he has been responsible for putting together Turbo’s much-lauded remix packages, curating the Turbo podcast and signing such artists as Popof, Brodinski, Noob, Guy J, and the real Cinderella Man of the bunch, PROXY. Quite possibly one of the coolest human beings created. He is Djing.

This is a rare oppurunity to party with these 2 shining stars. Plus, spectacular support from your residents Btone & Aymard. We rarely invite our international friends over so we urge you to get your tickets nice and early.

£8 Early Bird and £10 Advance Tickets available from Ticket Scotland online, box office on Argyle Street, Resident Advisor online or one of us will have them too.

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