A banging vinyl only techno mix of old and new tunes from London based Leah Floyeurs. Covering more than 20 years of techno, guaranteed to make the neighbours dance!
Leah has hosted her own radio show “Leah with Sound” for the past two years on Timeline Music (www.timeline-music.net) and it airs at 8pm every third Tuesday of each month - definitely check it out, if you haven’t already.
I first saw Leah play live last year at Freerotation and in my opinion it was one of the best sets I heard at the festival. I cannot wait to see what she has lined up for us this year, roll on July!
1. Shed “Atmo-Action” (Osgut Ton, 2010)
2. Terrence Dixon “High Current” (Surface 2013)
3. Mike Dehnert “Biface” (Fachwerk, 2010)
4. Florence “Exploration” (Eevo Lute Muzique, 1991)
5. Tripeo “5th Trip” (Tripeo, 2014)
6. Joey Anderson “Auset (Avenue 66, 2013)
7. Skudge “Surplus” (Echochord Colour, 2011)
8. Random XS “Give Your Body” (DJax-Up-Beats, 1992)
9. Charlton “Know Yourself” (Krill Music, 2014)
10. The Martian “Lost Transmission From Earth” (Red Planet, 1992)
11. Unknown Artist “#4” (Head Front Panel,2014)
12. Bleak “Kti” (Deeply Rooted House, 2012)
13. Point Blank “Meng’s Theme (Joey Beltram remix)” (R&S Records, 1994)
14. Mike Dehnert “Fachwerk 30” (Fachwerk, 2013)
15. Unknown Artist “#3” (Head Front Panel, 2014)
16. Marcel Fengler “King of Psi” (Ostgut Ton, 2013)
17. Unknown Artist “#2” (Head Front Panel, 2014)
18. Dimi Angélis & Jeroen “Sleepless” (Ion (2), 2004)
It’s hard to believe that very soon Dialogue will be one year old! We have had four amazing parties, all thanks to some exceptional DJs and a special party crowd that always turns out.
To celebrate our 1st major milestone, we will be calling on one half of the Night Moves dream team, Jane Fitz and Northern Purpose maestro, Carl Hardy.
We have followed Jane for a couple of years now, not only does she play amazing music but her party with former Dialogue guest, Jade Seatle has been a huge inspiration for us. We’re not going to try and describe Jane as it’s not just what she plays, but how she plays it and where it’s going to take you!
Carl has had our ear with the Northern Purpose podcast series and through treks up to Birmingham for another great party, Collective Minds. His never run of the mill, eclectic sound oozes quality, this combined with Jane may make it advisable to bring a spare pair of pants with you!
Other than that it’s the same drill as last time -
THERE WILL BE NO TICKETS ON THE DOOR CAPACITY IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO 130 This is to leave us all with enough room to enjoy ourselves, the DJ’s and the Martin Audio setup comfortably in our cosy, and rather quirky, intimate East End loft space.
Tickets available here…
Chloe Kitts (under the disco ball) is on Mixcloud. You can now find all of the podcasts on there too!
"Kicking off the first in a series of mixtapes from artists from the boe family is Anaxander. Fresh from dropping the underground bomb "Dance Et Cetera" on the Halal Prepared Vol. 2 EP in November, Anaxander delivers a varied house mix. Moving from synth flavoured house jams to loose disco beats, classic French deepness and modern techno, all in the space of 60 minutes. Anaxander’s choice picks provide a fine way to start the series and this mix is a great reflection of what boe is all about."
Download & play loud.
Next up is BEN BOE, owner of ” Boe Recordings” and “For Those That Knoe”, which between them have some great new releases and the odd blast from the past popping up here and there too!
Get your tickets here - but hurry as it’s very limited capacity as want to have room to dance.
Here is a couple of my favourite EP’s from Ben Boe’s label to keep you going - one of which is from Nick Lawson himself!
A great new 100% vinyl mix, showcasing ‘Anthony’. Anthony has incorporated lots different vibes within this mix which I love.
“I’m a record collector and prefer to mix and record using vinyl as I enjoy imperfections in a mix - when you listen back you can hear small mistakes so it seems much more realistic and live. You can hear the analogue sounds, movements, pops and crackles. A lot of DJs I feel are far too focused on beat matching rather than track selection (as long as you don’t clang the whole way through a mix, ha!).
I look up to and aspire to DJs such as Move D, Theo Parrish and Floating Points, their selection and passion is unmissable. Hope you enjoy the mix!”
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