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LDN Streets Of Beige, ItaloJohnson, 14/09/2012
Subject description: Streets Of Beige, FOUND Series Launch at Hidden, Vauxhall
|Name: FOUND: Streets Of Beige with Italojohnson and Tony Lionni
Date: Friday, 14 September 2012
Time: 22:00 - 06:00
Venue: Hidden, 100 Tinworth Street, Vauxhall, SE11 5EQ
ItaloJohnson (UK Debut - 3 Hour Set)
Marco Shuttle (Eerie/Clone)
Meschi (Lux Rec)
Unlikely (Wavey Tones)
Russell Smith (Oscillate Wildly)
Grand & Polka (Lucid)
Streets Of Beige DJs
Ransom Note: http://bit.ly/SOB140912RN
After an incredible summer which started with a Clone Records showcase and ended with a huge electronic lineup at The 1234 Festival - via a Not-Bloc Flying Lotus and Hyperdub showcase plus an intimate second birthday bash - Streets Of Beige come roaring back this Autumn with an exclusive show full of their now-signature forward-thinking house and techno.
ItaloJohnson are an elusive cult trio from Berlin whos analogue house releases on the label of the same name have pushed the boundary of the vinyl concept. Journeying across 5 EPs, they've showcased a knack for stomping NY drums, choppy vocals and a no-holds barred production sensibility that takes raw to a new level. Beige being Beige, they've been snapped up for their UK debut performing a back-to-back three hour set, and if their live sets at Panorama Bar, Trouw and Harry Klein are anything to go by this will be an unmissable experience.
Co-headlining will be Liverpool's finest deep house son, Tony Lionni. Having carved out his name over the last few years with releases on Freerange, Mule Musiq and Ostgut Ton, Tony's next LP will see him channel his looping house sensibility through Kerri Chandler's Madhouse Records label. With his distinctive big-room vocal style intact, expect nothing less than Lionni at his peak with an equal amount of depth and musicality to boot.
London-based Italian producer and fashion designer, Marco Shuttle, is one of the last years' fastest-rising stars. With a game-changing techno EP on Farden Recordsthat took the half-time bounce to another level, he's since cut three tracks for the Clone Store Series as well as inaugurating his own label Eerie with three deeper tracks that touch on early acid house, signaling a broader style to come.
Meschi is another London talent with a building discography and already solid house reputation. Having started the revered online house/techno site This Is our House focusing on the rawer and more analogue sides of the scene, he's also had releases through Lux Rec, Lunar Disco and Boe Recordings, showing a flare for a more skittering Chicago style and rapid percussion bombardments alongside womb-shaking basslines.
With his debut EP recently pushed out by Nineteen89, Rumah is still fresh in terms of released material. However, this young techno talent has a wealth of material lined up for the future and has already been snapped up by Hyponik for one of their genre-defining mixes.
Completing the lineup is a schmorgasbord of Streets Of Beige friends and family across several other nights. Unlikely of Wavey Tones fame returns to the game, whilst Russell Smith of Oscillate Wildly makes his Beige debut and the aptly-named Lucid duo Grand & Polka flex a more 4x4 styling. Streets Of Beige residents DJ Conditioner, Koldt and Phonica's Free-Care finish the night with choice all-vinyl numbers dug from their archive of wax