Next Party – 93 Feet East – FREE Fridays

12 09 2009
Free Fridays

Free Fridays

So, we’ve been invited back to 93 Feet East for another Friday session. The last one had people dancing on tables in a Caligulean dance orgy (well, nearly) and we’re very much looking forward to more of the same in the aptly named Pink Bar.

The night runs from 8pm till 1am and those five hours are set to be jam-packed with great music from past and present, maybe even some frome the future(beats) too! Add to that the fact that the main live room has four different live acts on and it’s hard to say no, especially when it’s free, nada, zilch, entrée libre, zollfreie Einfuhr etc….

See you there. 😉





NEXT PARTEE @ Big Chill Bar, 30th Aug, with DIESEL (X-Press 2 / Moton)

23 08 2009
come down you ravers

come down you ravers





Next Party.. at 93 Feet East, supporting the CDR crew

15 07 2009

Branching out from their unique clubnight CDR, burntprogress curate a musical feast at 93 Feet East. On show some of the foremost musical talents in the London underground scene, the summer night offering live and deejayed delights that electronic and experimental forms.

Three live acts take up the main hall.

1) Super-charged duo PHANTOM combine hard-hitting drums with lyrical and sub-bass sensibilities from front-man Tic. Look out for their idiosyncratic covers policy where audiences get treated to one per show: previously tapping into the back catalogues of Prince, Kraftwerk and Santogold!

2) Next in line, SHE IS DANGER are a new venture with Lena Cullen’s verses adding a distinct edge to the ultra-skilled productions of Maya Jane Coles. Having sharpened her sound via CDR, Maya’s electronic explorations and live sets have seen her release records on Dogmatik plus perform at Matter and last year’s Anti-Sonar.

3) Finally, there’ll be special surprise guests headlining the night! Suffice to say this 7-piece band are gonna stun the audience with a modal scatter gun of sounds.

Segueing the live action, burntprogress honcho Tony Nwachukwu (NEPA Allstars/Attica Blues) and the independent label’s prize act, Soundspecies, will keep the crowd buzzing with their choice genre-crossing record selections.

Floatingpoints (Eglo Records) headlines the deejayed portion of the evening, joining his SpaceBass comrades in the Pink Bar. With him Liamski, Ben V (Shook magazine), Davin (Werk Discs) and Chris CTOP. SpaceBass have been adding smiles to dancefloors across town for the past two years with their disco, boogie and beats. Visit their blog for more details plus guest mixes from Patrick Forge and Domu, spacebass.wordpress.com.

myspace.com/spacebasslondon
http://www.shook.fm

93 feet east





New Mix for SpaceBass – Patrick Forge – “Naha City Block Party”

11 05 2009

Awwwww yeaaaaaaaaahhh….. we’re pumped, excited and freaked out about this fantastic guest mix by previous SpaceBass guest and all round legend, PATRICK FORGE. We’ll let him do the talking.. ENJOY…

Patrick Forge

************************
Download here:

Patrick Forge Mix for SpaceBass

************************

“Naha City Block Party

Greetings from the sub-tropical outpost of the Nippon motherland! Liam from Space Bass asked me to knock up a little funk and boogie blend; and that’s what I’ve put together, well almost ! Mixed live and raw from original vinyl on my Bozak rotary without the benefits (?) of EQ and FX, this is a one-time mix, unplanned with all the joy and serendipity of spontaneous selection. So there’s the odd bump and flam along the way.

Much as my heart belongs to jazz, I grew up dancing to music like this, which is why it’s been my pleasure to have been doing the Inspiration Information sessions for the last dozen years or so. The tunes range from the electro tinged Afrobeat of African Connexion and King Sunny Ade, through Larry Levan’s dub of Smokey to straight up boogie classics from Fresh Band and Pleasure, and not forgetting the Italian connection from Firefly the mighty Change ( Paradise is one of many written and arranged by the awesome team of producer Mauro Malavasi and bassist Davide Romani, BB+Q’s Starlette being another). There’s proto-house from Serious Intention, a little Jamaican funk from Richard Ace, and a wonderfully warped mélange of slap bass and heavy claps to start things rolling with The Pied Piper of Funkingham, dropping the tempo at the end for a fairly obscure 12’ only release from Lesette Wilson. Hope you enjoy!

Naha City Block Party

!. The Pied Piper Of Funkingham – Clap Song (Chocolate Chollys)
2. African Connexion – Tiembalema (Celluloid)
3. Richard Ace – Jones Town Massacre (TR)
4.Smokey Robinson – And I Don’t Love You (Instr.) (Tamla Motown)
5. King Sunny Ade and His African Beats – Ire (Mango)
6. Michelle Wallace – Jazzy Rhythm (Emergency)
7. Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five – Superrappin Theme (Enjoy)
8. Fresh Band – Come Back Lover ( Are ‘N Be)
9. Pleasure – Sending My Love (RCA)
10. Ronnie Dyson – It’s All Over Your Face (Atlantic)_
11. Firefly – Our Trade Is Life (Mr. Disc)
12. Change – Paradise (WEA)
13.Serious Intention – You Don’t Know (Easy Street)
14.Common Sense – Voices Inside My Head (BC)
15. Lesette Wilson – Look Into Tomorrow (Some-1)





Next SpaceBass Session @ Home Bar – 19th March 09

17 03 2009

Yeah, and we got DOMU djing for us!

As usual, it’s free to get in, drinks 2-for-1 between 7 and 9pm, and it runs till 2am

With DOMU

With DOMU