Thomas Franzmann aka Zip
Magic Mountain High (Live)
Andrew James Gustav
Craig Richards B2B Binh
Farringdon awaits a night of off-kilter selections as some of electronic music’s most admired artists land in our space. Room One welcomes the godfather of minimal house and mastermind of the highly revered Perlon imprint: Zip. After two decades Perlon remains one of electronic music’s most respected labels, but it’s in his DJ sets that Zip truly flourishes. Behind the decks his sound is informed by his essential label, weaved together with rare deep house and techno gems that few know or can identify. Also landing for a live set are Magic Mountain High, the joint project from Move D and Juju & Jordash. Presenting their sound via hardware set-up, the Workshop trio’s fully improvised sets frequently span engrossing deep house, ambient and acid soundscapes. Fumiya Tanaka also joins the proceedings. One of Japan’s household names for electronic music and a key member of the Perlon crew, the minimal house staple brings his trippy and hypnotic sound alongside Zip. Finally joining for his Room One debut is Andrew James Gustav. A seasoned record digger of high-quality deep house, minimal and breaks, the UK artist recently found international appeal after breaking beyond London’s underground scene.
In Room Three, two deep diggers face off for a rare back-to-back set. Our resident Craig Richards digs into his other-worldly collection of rave tinged electronics, playing alongside one of Berlin’s worst kept secrets: Binh. After garnering respect in the city as a resident at Club der Visionaere, Binh has more recently broken through with a string of killer releases on imprints like Perlon, Cabaret, and his own Time Passages. Binh’s productions give an indicator of the same music he plays: minimal, oddball techno with a dark edge.
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