Jaded 8 Years
(Followed by Afterhours at Cable)
Saturday 17th November – Sunday 18th November
Arch 1 and 2
South London Ordnance
No-Attitude Recordings Showcase
Jaded turns 8 on Saturday 17th November with a warehouse party and extended afterhour session. Over Jaded’s 7th year, with the involvement of our friends from LWE, Jaded has spawned new a warehouse alter ego. The dedication of the Jaded collective has echoed out to the most devoted music lovers, and built a feeling of union and intensity that has seemed unreal at times.
It’s been a year of indulgence for Raymundo Rodriguez too, experimenting with tinctures of techno and house, always playfully aware of the moods he’s creating, whilst Krista’s bookings have become ever-more whimsical. To the organisers, Jaded is always inspired because the music is always evolving, and London’s after-hours should be the place where the workers and the real pilgrims can experience the zeitgeist in a more intense way.
For Jaded’s 8 year celebrations, we’ve invited an artist who exemplifies those ideals. Ellen Allien was originally inspired by London’s fledgling acid house scene, returning in the early 90s to Berlin where she pioneered the sound in clubs like Tresor and Fischlabor producing richly textured instrumental material like ‘Yellow Sky.’ It was in the late 90s that she decided to throw her own Bpitch control parties and from this, the label was born…
Always working with different producers with the moods of her albums morphing from electronic darkness to love songs and even to parody on her latest single Galactic Horse, she’s framed and inspired the sound of her home city, creating kaleidoscopic visions that draw us in in such a way, that she’s the artist we want to lead us past the darkest point of night and into the dawn.
Tickets on sale Wednesday 22nd August at 10am
Very Limited Early Birds: 100 x £10 + bf
Standard Tickets: £15 to £20
Joint Main and After Party Tickets: £25 + bf
51-53 Southwark Street, London Bridge : SE1