Love Family Park
Sven Väth’s all day festival returns for yet another year, with yet another great line-up…
Love Family Park returns for its 16th year to Mainwiesen, Hanau, Germany and its a return that is sure to deliver. Over the years, this all day festival has be growing with unprecedented success, not only from the growing number of ravers that attend every year, which has added to its international profile and the number of people traveling from far and wide to soak up the atmosphere, but also in the number of stages and the impressiveness of the line-up. Engineering, visually and sound-wise, as well as organization have expanded in equal measure. Some artists have been there from the word go; many others have joined since then. 2001 saw the introduction of a new floor, which was first placed on a tennis court. In 2005, the third floor was erected, to meet the needs and expectations of artists and visitors alike.
Their site is still being updated from last year, but confirmed information goes as far as location, line-up and early bird tickets, which is all you really need to know.
Mathias Kaden & Daniel Stefanik (b2b)
Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts (live)
Kollektiv Turmstrasse (live)
Love Family Park | LFP Facebook
Tim Green takes Bedlam to new heights
Nearly 2 years in the running and Bedlam just seems to be going from strength to strength….
Over the course of nearly 2 years since the creation of the profound Maidstone (Kent) underground night Bedlam [Kent], it seems that Tim Green & Co are determined to make their mark on the scene as they reach new heights.
Bedlam, being the night of fast rising UK talent, DJ/Producer Tim Green. Tim Green being the man behind great tracks like “Old Sunshine”, who has seen both his name and production work on outstanding labels such as Get Physical, Dirtybird and Cocoon. And the Co being the dedicated people [Forward Thinking Music Management] behind the organisation of the night, helping both Tim Green and Bedlam to reach new heights.
From day one hosting the likes of M.A.N.D.Y., Martin Buttrich, Audio Fly, Lee Burridge, Matthias Tanzmann, Emerson Todd and 2000 And One, Bedlam has been smashing places like Maidstone hot spot, The Loft, some old abandoned cinema and now the historic Chatham monument, The Tunnel. And Bedlam seems to be focusing on those venues that are just dripping with pure underground vibe, which seems to be another key to its success along with the countless talent of DJs they are drafting in!
And with The Tunnel being the prime location we made sure we were at the Bedlam 1st Birthday almost 1 year ago. Where we soaked up the energy of Tim Green banging out his very own “Old Sunshine” and Matthias Tanzmann building the crowd with Yousef’s “Come Home”. We can honestly say that Bedlam @ The Tunnel is a truly momentous night indeed. Which is why Bedlam at The Tunnel returns once again this weekend [29 Jan] to host rising Italian house star Leon and very special guest Cassy. And of course resident Tim Green!
Cassy, well-known for playing DC10, Cocoon (Ibiza), Panorama Bar and Fabric, is undoubtably one of the best DJs on the scene. With her music being released on Souvenir, Cocoon and the almighty German giant Perlon Records, not to mention her mix CDs for Panorama Bar and Cocoon, she has gained huge respect in the underground scene. Her unique style and party vibe earning her back2back sessions with Ricardo Villalobos as she focuses on weaving deep and dark house music, twisted techno along with skill and finesse. There’s no doubt about how things are going to turn out for Bedlam!
Leon returns to Bedlam after having played an impressive set at the beginning of 2010 alongside M.A.N.D.Y. Having releases out on Nick Curly’s Cecille Records and Steve Lawler’s VIVa MUSiC, his talents have been gaining recognition from world-class DJs as Pete Tong, Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Cox, Luciano, Laurent Garnier, Loco Dice, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Matthias Tanzmann, Nic Fanciulli, Danny Howells and Marco Carola. Adding to that, an extensive 17 date tour of the USA and Canada along with constant dates in Italy, UK, Germany, Holland, Russia and Spain, it’s not hard to see why Bedlam has got Leon back behind the console.
Which brings us back to the point of success. Because it’s not just the countless number of exceptional DJs that give the feeling of climbing success, it’s also with the added expansion and launch of Bedlam London. An act of proof that Tim Green & Co not only have the credentials but also the vision – “determined to make their mark on the scene”.
Bedlam London, set for a secret East London venue on the 19th March, boasts the presence of the Cadenza star known for the hit release “Elle” and collaboration with Cadenza co-star Cesar Merveille, Columbian born Pablo Cahn along with Crosstown Rebels duo, Art Department. – One word – Sick!
All we can conclude is that London may be a bigger pond but with Bedlam’s track record and reputation, it was inevitable that it would start to out-grow its current location and search for a larger environment, which will simple fuel its success.
Weekend 42 – 14, 15, 16, 17 Oct….
This week’s round up has grown massively since the previous issue of “Weekend Round Up”, showing off some very amazing night in some of the hot spots of the underground club scene over Europe.
A few weeks back we had published an article about a massive weekend in London and once again, the capital is going to be pumping. Friday night will be the starter of things to come with Krafty Kuts headlining a breaks night and Dan Ghenacia and friends partying away in Hewitt Street Car Park.
But it’s Saturday night which is going to kill you and not just for the long hours of partying or the massive line ups. More for the fact that you’ll be completely spoilt for choice as not only will fabric be celebrating its birthday with a massive night, which seems more like a marathon, but there are also the infamous nights; “Wiggle” and “Shake It!”. And that’s without mentioning that Ivan Smagghe and Derrick Carter will also be gracing the London with their presence.
In fact we would be interested to know which one of these nights would tickle your fancy more….
Brixton Academy – DOOM Extremely Rare London Show
DOOM (aka MF Doom), Hudson Mohawke, The Herbaliser, Jamie XX
The Faversham – Technique – Free Party (Album Launch Tour)
Magda, Marc Houle (Live), David Martin, Jay Kilka, Christian Maiden, Paul Kaminski, Brad Mercer, Matt Long
7-9 Crucifix Lane – Counter Culture presents.
22:00 – 06:00
Krafty Kuts, DJ Fresh, Cookie Monsta, Slyde, Drumattic Twins, Cut La Roc, Plaza De Funk, Peo De Pitte, 2t Thugs, Drum Monkeys, Scoundrels
Hewitt Street Car Park – Freak N’ Chic
22:00 – 06:00
Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom, Djebali, Chrissy Maranello, Lee Rands, Shaun & Ellis, Stevie T
Piccadilly Train Station – The Warehouse Project presents MINUS
21:30 – 05:30
Richie Hawtin, Magda, Marc Houle (Live), Ambivalent, Krysko, Greg Lord
Motion Skate Park – Bloc Launch Party
22:00 – 05:00
Green Velvet, Claude VonStroke, Andrew Weatherall, October, Vent, Julio Bashmore, Jo Hart, Placid, Damian Schneider, Scuba, Ramadanman, Appleblim, Al Tourettes
Thekla – Play 8th Birthday Finale
10:00 – 04:00
Layo & Bushwacka!, Deep Groove, Dirty Dollz House
Watergate – Clubmotoren
Ellen Allien, Kiki, Marco Resmann, Kassette Boys, Sebastian Wilck, Renato Ratier
Robert-Johnson – Hotel Arpiar
Ricardo Villalobos, Rhadoo
Pika – Just Married!
10:00 – 04:00
Derrick May, Alex Mastini
Magazzini Generali – Into The Great Wide Yonder Tour
fabric – 11th Birthday
23:00 – 05:00 (monday)
Ricardo Villalobos, Craig Richards, Lee Burridge, Tyrant, Terry Francis, Ame (Live), Damian Lazarus, Dixon, dOP (Live), Floating Points, Levon Vincent, Move D, Ryan Crosson, Stacey Pullen, Tobi Neumann, Trus’me
Paramount – Wiggle
23:00 – 08:00 (see after party @ Jaded)
Clive Henry, Nathan Coles, Terry Francis, Eddie Richards, Lewis Ryder
Hideout – Shake It!
23:00 – 07:00
Layo & Bushwacka!, Magda, Marc Houle (Live)
22-26 Farringdon Lane – A Night With… Ivan Smagghe
23:00 – 06:00
Cable – We Fear Silence presents Metalheadz
22:00 – 06:00
Goldie, Noisia, Fabio, Alix Perex & Jubei, Logistics & Commix, Lenzman, Heist, FD, Redlight, Storm, DJ Die aka Blue Fontaine, Kito
MCs: SP:MC, Justyce, AD
East Village – Jack With Derrick Carter
21:00 – 05:00
Derrick Carter, Stuart Patterson, Karl Gonsalez, Severino, Dan Hill
Suicide Circus – Uschimania
23:59 – 09:59
Ewan Pearson, Spencer Parker, Matthew Styles
Cable – Jaded (Wiggle Afterparty)
05:00 – 13:00
Nathan Coles, Claus Voigtmann, Raymundo Rodriguez, plus a surprise guest
Stealth – Zleep 006
21:00 – 04:00
Magda, Marc Houle (Live), Chamboché, Micawber, Nick Cobby
Electrik – One Deck Session
19:00 – 24:00
Villalobos – Upcoming Dates
11 Sep @ Airport, Reggio Emilia, Italy
13 Sep @ Amnesia, Ibiza, Spain
25 Sep @ Fabrik, Madrid, Spain
27 Sep @ Amnesia, Ibiza, Spain
08 Oct @ Barraca, Valencia, Spain
09 Oct @ Gashouder, Amsterdam, Netherlands
15 Oct @ Robert-Johnson, Offenbach, Germany
16 Oct @ Fabric, London, England
22 Oct @ The Warehouse, Manchester, England
23 Oct @ Utokulm, Zurich, Switerland
05 Nov @ Maison, Toronto, Canada (DJ Sneak’s Birthday)
26 Nov @ Pow, Melbourne, Australia
27 Nov @ Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney, Australia
28 Nov @ Claremont Showgrounds, Perth, Australia
04 Dec @ Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne, Australia
04 Dec @ Bonython Park, Adelaide, Australia
05 Dec @ Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane, Australia
18 Dec @ Kristal Club, Bucharest, Romania
For more details about Ricardo Villalobos and updated DJ bookings just click here.
Dancefloor Destroying DJs – Fabric 11th Birthday
With dancefloor destroying DJs, so don’t expect to be leaving the club thinking you’re still on for an after party….
Fabric celebrates yet another year of putting on great nights and as has been the standard recently they are making it a long one.
As usual the two nights (Friday’s FABRICLIVE and Saturday’s fabric) will be packed with dancefloor destroying DJs, so don’t expect to be leaving the club thinking you’re still on for an after party.
FABRICLAVE is open from 10pm – 6am with the likes of Scratch Perverts, Andy C, Ali B, Caspa, Breakage and many more giving your ears a good hammering.
fabric is the one that is likey to give you a run for your money, opening at 11pm – 5am…….Monday morning!!! Here you’re going to see Ricardo Villalobos, Damian Lazarus, Craig Richards, Terry Francis, Âme, Lee Burridge, Dixon and many more TBA.
N TYPE VS HATCHA
ANDY C & GQ
MARCUS NASTY & MC RANKING
For full up-to-date details makes sure you check out fabriclondon.com.
Villalobos rocking Warp 2010
See the tension building as Ricardo Villalobos rocks out to a massive Warp crowd with MMM’s “Nous Sommes MMM”. Keep a close eye on his funky dance moves too.
MMM aka Fiedel (Berghain resident) and Erik from Errorsmith, resurrect the legendary MMM output for a brand new outing of what they describe as ‘perfect rave disco’. To our non-germanic ears, this sounds more ‘rave’ and less ‘disco’, although it definitely sounds ‘perfect’. Angular synth riffs team up with straight up chunky beats for a feast of dancefloor mayhem. We’ve been waiting for this since it first poped up on the internets!
Source: Phonica Records
Ricardo Villalobos remixes for DFA
Villalobos on Lastfm
In a month of curious label-artist hook-ups (Squarepusher on Ed Banger, Brian Eno on Warp etc), here’s another – techno visionary Ricardo Villalobos remixing a track for James Murphy’s DFA Records.
It’s surprising for sure but sort of makes sense when you think about it – both like a bit of a tripped-out, psychedelic groove and both are pioneering names. He’s remixed Ndf (Bruno Pronsato and Sergio Giorgini)’s Since We Last Met, turning it into a lengthy, sprawling throbber with plenty of his wigged-out sounds therein. It’s out on August 30th on 12” and digital.
Source: Data Transmission
Check out a sample of “Since We Last Met”