Weekend Round Up 41
Weekend 41 – 08, 09, 10 Oct 2010
Check out the lastest line ups for this coming weekend from some of the major clubs in Europe featuring some of the worlds finest DJs.
fabric – FABRICLIVE, Snowbombing, Urban Nerds
Stanton Warriors, DJ Fresh, DJ Hype, DJ Craze, Randall, Ed Rush, Streetlife DJs, Marc Roberts, Rockwell, Danny Wheeler, MC System, 2Shy, Mumdance, A1 Bassline, Rattus Rattus & Klose One, Ordio Kid, Drama, hosted by Illaman.
Berghain / Panorama Bar – Sub:Stance / Rush Hour
Egyptrixx, Scuba, Goth Trad, Paul Spymania, James Blake, Addison Groove, Cool Chris, Rick Wilhite, San Proper, Tom Trago
Cocoon – Drumcode
10pm – 7am
Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, Paul Rich (Live), Joseph Capriati, Gabriel Le Mar, Alex Azary, Frank N
Warehouse Project – 10 Years of Vandit
9:30pm – 4:30am
Paul Van Dyk, John Dahlback, Chris Lake, Krysko, Greg Lord, Digital Boogie, Matt Everson, Moneypenny, Nick Coulson, Rick Turner, Chris Humphreys
Amnesia Milano – Our Beat Never Stops
11pm – 6am
John Digweed, Idriss D, A.Lab meets B-Plan
fabric – Metroplex 25th Anniversary
Craig Richards, Surgeon, Terry Francis, Juan Atkins, Eddie Flashin’ Fowlkes, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Shake (Live), Keith Tucker (Aux 88), Kirk Degiorgio.
Berghain / Panorama Bar – Klubnacht
Johannes Heil (Live), Frank Lorber, Jesse Rose, Heidi, Round Table Knights, Riva Star, Darko Esser, Par Grindvik, Payme, Oliver $, Zombie Disco Squad, Black Rose (Live), Renaissance Man
Cocoon – Ministry of Sound
10pm – 7am
Riva Starr, Sidney Samson, DJ T, Rene Vaitl, DJ Chui, DJ Katch
Warehouse Project – Ape 5th Birthday
9pm – 5am
Andy C & MC GQ, Caspa & Rod Azlan, David Rodigan, Lemon D & Dillinja, Luke Vibert, Mista Jam, Jakwob, Mary-Anne Hobbs, Chef, Emalkay, Gothtrad, Rich Reason, KRS One, hosted by Jenna G & Tonn Piper
Cable – Jaded
5am – 1pm
Ben Gomori, Raymundo Rodriguez
fabric – WestYourSelf
11pm – 6am
Rebekah, Rossko, Cormac, Peter Pixzel, Jacob Husley
Mateo Murphy Drives The Bass
Mateo Murphy on Resident Adviser
His mix sets the pace from the beginning with some very forward thinking tech which very quickly seems to pick up a deep driving bass, relentless in its movement, the set seems to stick to this format staying moderately dirty as it goes. Slight build ups along the way help break things up and jump back into full driving mode before the mix transforms subtly minimal, slowing the pace very slightly but by no means decreasing on the movement factor, as things seem to have picked up more bounce that you feel like your skipping though some kind of acid infused jungle experience with Second Sun – We Own The Night (Safari Edition).
The mix moves on and once again we are back into move driving bass whilst maintaining the bounce, we have entered some very strong Minimal-Techno. Here we experience some typical minimal with bleeps and techy percussion, although in some respects this may all sound a bit cliché, there are still typical build ups and drop which can’t be knocked.
But never fear as this Minimal-Techno delves a bit deeper, again with some lovely movement you would crazy not to feel this. Moving into a Techy bass we feel the mix momentarily easy of the accelerator, fall into a break, freakishly build with some high freqs, then pulse into a deep Techy-Progressive bass movement followed by those freaky high freq builds.
As the mix continues it stays in a darkish realm of deep driving bass which you get very comfortable with and hope that the madness never ends.
Mateo Murphy puts on an intense performance of deep driving music. It’s relentless and far from uninteresting.
Mateo Murphy – August Mix
1. David Ekenback feat. Cherry – Nairu (Style Of Eye Remix)
2. Erphun - N2 (Mark Broom Remix)
3. Kairserdisco – Dark Orbit
4. Chris Lake & Nelski – Minimal Life (Instrumental)
5. Second Sun – We Own The Night (Safari Edition)
6. Eddie Thoneick – Funk
7. Thomas Gold – Kananga
8. DJ Tonio - Monodo Sonoro
9. Taurus & Vaggeli - Tinfoil (Matteo DiMarr Remix)
10. David Amo & Julio Navas – Raw
11. Mark Knight & Wolfgang Gartner – Conscindo
12. Funkagenda – Astana