- The techno and leftfield club night has revealed a busy schedule for early 2014.
London promoter BleeD Music has laid out its schedule for the first half of 2014, with the likes of Regis, Charles Cohen, Silent Servant and Untold all slated to perform.
The party will continue to rove around London's nightspots, with forthcoming events set to take place at Corsica Studios, Dance Tunnel, Plastic People, Autumn Street Studio, The Waiting Room, St John at Hackney Church and Café Oto. First up is a launch party for Untold's debut album, Black Light Spiral, on Friday, February 28th, at Autumn Street Studio. As well as playing live, Untold will DJ back-to-back with 2562, with Special Request, Helena Hauff and Vester Koza also on the bill.
On April 4th BleeD will host the first edition of Leitmotif, a new series of parties taking place at Corsica Studios. The night will commemorate 20 years of Downwards Records, with founder Regis on the bill alongside Cut Hands, Veronica Vasicka, OAKE, Mute's Daniel Miller and Helena Hauff. The second Leitmotif will follow on May 31st, featuring the UK debut of Silent Servant's new live show and a set from Vatican Shadow both confirmed, with more acts to be announced later.
April 17th sees a return to The Waiting Room for the latest instalment of Before My Eyes, with DJ sets from regulars Raime, Demdike Stare and Blackest Ever Black's Kiran Sande. Two nights later, on April 19th, Dance Tunnel will be the venue for the Everything Is True event with Objekt and Call Super going back-to-back all night. Then on April 30th, Charles Cohen will perform using his Buchla Music Easel synthesiser at Café Oto, with support coming from Rabih Beaini, AKA Morphosis.
BleeD is also co-promoting the previously announced St John Sessions gig with Laurel Halo, Demdike Stare and Shackleton on June 19th in Hackney, East London, and will squeeze in a Thursday night session with Young Echo at Plastic People on March 27th.
Tickets to BleeD are available here at RA.
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