'HOME' is where the heart is - Home London at Studio 338 with Praslesh, Cap, Lizz, Charlie, Vlada, DJ Masda, Dragos Illici and more…

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Home-London one of the city's leading underground music brands will host a very special event on Sunday May 26th that extends from the  early afternoon hours till the morning after at the well-known Studio 338 . This night will be one to remember as Home-London included stellar and familiar djs in the minimal house scene like  Raresh and Praslea (which will perform together as Praslesh), Cap, Lizz, Charlie , Vlada, Dj Masda, and  Dragos Ilici, alongside  emerging acts like E/tape, Timoti, and Pol valls to curate the music selection of this mystical rhythmic and melodic gathering. To top the evening, the visuals will be handled by Pareidolia a visual jockey that has been in constant motion and action alongside the Romanian selectors with a chic-glitch minimal aesthetic of mesmerizing and experimental imagery.  Expect nothing but excellent music all around and experience a Sunday to remember on any of the three rooms of Studio 338.

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It’s no surprise Raresh and Praslea will headline this special evening , the duo has proven that their musical affinity and friendship creates a special synergy when playing as Praslesh, having performed together mind bending and jaw dropping sets all over the world including cities like New York, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Paris among others to their list. Every time they go on stage whether individually or collectively as their joined project these Romanian selectors seduce audiences and dance floors with their passion, charisma and taste for unique music in a dreamlike fashion. Be sure to blink once in a while because you might forget you are living a fleeting moment of bliss. 

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Cap, Lizz and Charlie are some of the newer names from the romanian minimal cast that have also proven to be names to watch in the future as both djs and producers. Cap is one to mix and combine with great versatility blending shades of electro, broken beats and techno to old school house adapting to any dance floor with keen sensitive tact .Lizz is one of those names that has been on the rise due to his ability to produce deep groovy and spacey sounds that take the listener on an ecstatic journey.. Charlie  as well, has gained much deserved notoriety recently within the underground minimal scene, having performed intricate and delightful sets at the infamous Sunwaves Festival in Romania among other local and international stages.  

Vlada is a well-known leading female figure in the minimal scene as she has delighted crowds with her sophisticated selection and dazing sounds at Sunwaves Festival among other prestigious venues and places in Europe and North America. These feats have lead to successfully establishing herself alongside other renowned names of the scene. DJ Masda, Japanese born and Berlin based dj will also add his particular style of minimal selection with shades of acid, deep house and technoid sounds to the bill.. Dragos llici will also take part of this multi ethnic and well curated line up, adding his own signature groove and rolling bass lines that keep people`s feet moving in a mysterious trance. 

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E/tape, Timoti and Pol Valls will provide support to this massive line up with their unique vision of music respectively. These acts are sure ones to watch out in the near future as they have gained support in the local circuit and abroad lately due to quality warm up sets and skilled mixing. 

In short, this will be a night for the books filled with the finest curation of music and visuals, so bring your dancing shoes and a positive attitude. Do not forget the marathon will last around the seventeen hour mark, so make sure to keep hydrated and fed and prepare for a long and exciting day of dancing and unforgettable feelings and memories. MEOKO has teamed up with the Home-London Family to offer one lucky person the chance to win a couple of tickets, to Enter, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with "Home is Where the Heart is" as the subject heading.

 

By 

Daniel Ordoñez