Tag Archives: Calum Carey

Manchester listings: September

Zutekh presents Pearson Sound (all night long) 4 Sep | Soup Kitchen | £12.50 It’s been two years since the last time Pearson Sound made the trip up north to do an all-night set at the infamous basement. Last time, he requested all the lights off and the venue near pitch-black, a la most techno […]

Interview: Les Yeux Orange

Les Yeux Orange started early 2013, when Noctambulo and Humangigz teamed up to share their passion of electronic music with the world. Long time record collectors and DJs, both based in Paris, they started off by uploading electronic music on their inexhaustible YouTube channel and sharing podcasts by DJs such as Willie Burns, Intergalactic Gary […]

Nextup: Christian Löffler – Lost EP

Christian Löffler is a name that most of us with an interest in deep house will recognise. A steady 6 year stream of releases has seen Löffler become one the genres prized possessions, with a reputation for producing deeply moving melodic excursions. Releasing on the Italian based label, Just This, Löffler offers more of this […]

Throwback event: WHP X MIF Day & Night

Where to start with The Warehouse Project? For the past 10years Manchester has witnessed the birth of one the country’s biggest dance music event institutions – barer of plaudits but also a fair amount of controversy. Regardless, it has become the focal point of Manchester’s clubbing scene and the driving force behind the big room […]

Throwback Event: Hi Ku w/ Horse Meat Disco

Approaching Easter weekend last week responsibilities of ensuring it went well fell in the capable hands of Hi Ku, who welcomed down disco jammers Horse Meat Disco on Good Friday. Honestly knowing little about the quartet before heading down to Xolo, the security lay in the promise of disco – a genre you can rarely […]

Throwback: Mystic Pleasure – Back Door (Gettin Down)

Blink and we’ve all missed it… little known to most, late last year was the release of this fast-paced funk thriller on the NY based Superior Elevation label. Label Owner Tom Noble has built up a strong reputation of championing disco and funk its purest forms, pushed through his imprint and productions like his ‘Africa […]

Throwback: Johnick – Play the World

One of the lesser appreciated tracks of 1995 is this effort from Johnny ‘D’ Mairo and Nicholas Palermo – ‘Play the World’. Moving inbetween 4/4 house and characteristic speed garage percussion shuffles, ‘Play the World’ plays upon tried and tested concepts, but maximises their potential: a smooth bassline, euphoric chords and that mandatory bongo breakdown. […]