- Published on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 16:38
Fresh from his recent runaway success track with Pillowtalk, DJ Tennis comes to London on Saturday 28th September to play Krush with Life & Death label mates Thugfucker and here at MEOKO we’re pleased to announce we have free tickets for you and three mates to give away!
Italian DJ Tennis started his career as a movie soundtrack producer, a musical past that’s evident in his current atmospheric house productions. Whilst Thugfucker, cherished by the house scene since their smash hit Disco Gnome last year are sure to bring the party to the capital city.
Resident Nikos will be on hand to warm up for these special acts.
What record label are both Thugfucker and DJ Tennis on?
- Chips & Beans
- Life & Death
- Gin & Tonic
Entries must be received by 26th September to be with a chance. Only the winning entrant will be contacted.
Picture by GoodMoodz
Venue: London TBC
- Published on Thursday, 06 September 2012 12:27
Canadian label Wagon Repair hits the clubbing capital of Europe for a special night at Berghain and Panorama Bar. In the last eight years the label has grown to such a level of success that it has attracted producers from all over the world at the top of their field. Founders Konrad Black and Mathew Jonson are both in Berghain whilst a medley of their artists play across the two venues, including The Mole, Deadbeat and Mike Shannon. Panorama Bar also sees Detroit techno legend Eddie Fowlkes headlining and Chilean Wagon Repair artist Dinky headlining Sonntags. A special treat is sure to be Jonson playing with his brother Hrdvsion as the duo Midnight Operator as anyone who caught one of their famed live sets at previous Boiler Room parties will attest to. Sadly the threat of GEMA still hangs over Berlin’s clubs, so some might advise getting in as much Berghain madness while you still can and what better night to do so with techno legends and notorious live shows going on in amongst the club’s usual amazingness.
Paul Ritch (live)
Midnight Operator [Hrdvsion & Mathew Jonson] (live)
Class B Band (live)
70 Am Wriezener Bahnhof
- Published on Wednesday, 05 September 2012 09:58
Weekend Circuit bring a nine hour techno marathon to Whitechapel courtesy of Berlin based label Stroboscopic Artefacts. At the helm is head honcho Lucy (aka Italian born Luca Mortellaro) taking you on a journey through the darkest outer reaches of the genre all the way through to industrial and will be sure to pepper his set with surprises in between. Also in session is one of Stroboscopic’s star acts, the Singaporean Xhin (pronounced “sheen”) whose oppressive brand of electronic music marries techno with so many other genres that the only way to describe it really is as a “soundscape”. Support comes from Gareth Wild (EarToGround) and Michael Wells (Weekend Circuit) and there will be a VJ team on hand throughout the night making this exclusive showcase one of the most anticipated events of the weekend.
10pm – 7am
16-18 Whitechapel Road
£15 adv / early entry £13.50
- Published on Tuesday, 04 September 2012 22:56
Chilean minimal legend Ricardo Villalobos works his magic on fabric’s soundsystem in Room 1 alongside resident Craig Richards. Also taking the dancefloor on a techno journey is Canadian producer Mathew Jonson and Swedish duo Minilogue who bring their celebrated live improvised show over for its UK debut. With each of them in charge of a “computer, midi controllers, synth, drum machines, guitar pedals, effects and mixer” and, according to them, no real advance preparation, the performance is destined to be something extremely unique and quite special! Meanwhile Aus Music takeover Room 2 with label boss Will Saul in charge, Soundstream performing live, and both George FitzGerald and Cottam behind the decks. Room 3 sees resident Terry Francis joined by Jef K.
11pm – 10am
77a Charterhouse Street
£21 adv / £16 NUS or fabricfirst
- Published on Tuesday, 04 September 2012 01:09
10pm – 5am
£10 adv / £15 otd