Avoiding The Void Since 1984

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    Hrdvsion + Hopen, Pain Struck Stanley Dumb, Rootsix, Sol, Kiersty
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  • Hrdvsion and Hopen (Wagon Repair/Creaked) Cut Up Techno Internationally acclaimed producers Hrdvsion and Hopen are performing together live. Between them they have released on Kompakt, Wagon Repair, Creaked to international critical acclaim and DJ support from Jennifer Cardini, Nathan Fake and Appleblim to name a few. Their live sound is experimental noise meets twisted techno and electro. http://www.irrigationworks.net www.myspace.com/hrdvsion Pain Struck Stanley Dumb (Wide Records) Real Electro Bass This duo of electro producers are also known as Luke Olliviere and Christopher D Ashley also of Sunday Best records, they joined up to make the filthiest electro bass they could as a side project to CDA's synth pop solo project. With DJ support from Dave Clark and Radioactiveman (the latter also contributed to their EP) you know their sounds are going to be heavy and rinse the bass bins. www.myspace.com/painstruckstanleydumb Rootsix (Concrete Plastic) Full On Ambience Beats Rootsix (aka Simon Mills) caught our attention with his debut EP on Concrete Plastic this year, the full ambient sounds but also crunching along nicely to a Detroit Techno inspired groove. Sol Sol broadcasts monthly blistering techno podcasts via his website and recently set up a project with Sarah Sample called Sol and Sample in Brighton. They have recently had a track released on Russian net-label Shovel's latest compilation. www.8hzradio.co.uk
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