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Calendar Event: May 15, 2004

Computer Controlled presents...


15/05/04 - 9:30pm to 2:30am
£5/£4 before 10:30pm/advance tickets



Special Guest DJ
Bass Junkie (Battle Trax / Electrix / Breakin)

Live Battle Set
Testrack Vs Protoplasm Daddy (Snazzy Records)

Resident Audio-Visual Technicians
Science Block (Computer Controlled)


The Attic, Oxford Road
Manchester, M1 5BP
T: (0161) 2366071

Advance tickets are available from Piccadilly Records and Stylus Trouble
For online booking go to: www.ticketweb.co.uk




MAY: DJ - Bass Junkie
(Battle Trax / Breakin / Electrix / Control Tower)

For our May party we are proud to introduce an extra special guest who will be travelling up North to grace the Sequence turntables - one of the true leaders of the electro scene, Bass Junkie (aka Phil Klein).

Phil Klein and electro go a long way back. A fan of electro and hip hop since 1982, Phil started Djing in 1986 and began making his own tracks the following year. As Cybernet Systems and Bass Junkie (his project since 1997), Phil has recorded for various imprints such as Touchin Bass, Audio Illusion Recordings and the infamous Control Tower run by Simon 'The Dexorcist' Brown and Radioactive Man, Keith Tenniswood.

Phil has a eagerly anticipated EP ready for 2004 release on Electrix, the dancefloor friendly electro label run by Billy Nasty, and is also signed to the London based Breakin Records run by electropop legend Ed DMX. Not content with releasing tracks on other people's labels, Phil has also run the internationally acclaimed Battle Trax imprint since 1996 and plans to release the debut LP from Kronos Device - a collaboration between himself and The Dexorcist - early this year.

His style is booming bass heavy electro that takes no prisoners; taking its inspiration from soundsystem shattering Miami Bass and also from the masters of old school electro such as Kraftwerk, Juan Atkins and Egyptian Lover. His machine funk skills have earned him invitations to play all over the world, both as a live act and a Dj. He has been the re-mixer of choice for the likes of Man Parrish and Radioactive Man. This year alone has seen him play throughout Finland on the Vikings of Bass tour with Finnish artists Mr Velcro Fastener and Imatran Voima and most recently he has just returned from Miami playing live dates in collaboration with Scott Weiser (of electro bass legends Dynamix II) whilst the Winter Music Conference was in full swing.

Sequence, this one is the big one - prepare to get high on his low frequencies... bass invasion is imminent!



MAY: LIVE BATTLE SET - Testrack Vs Protoplasm Daddy
(Snazzy Records)

Testrack and Protoplasm Daddy are two Mancunian writers/producers who, separately, compose breaks, electro, jungle and techno in their own style. Both are self-confessed vinyl junkies from an early age, their influences ranging from Aphex Twin to the Beatles, Elephant Man to Sonic Youth. As a result the music they compose takes in many different styles.

Testrack Vs Protoplasm Daddy is a dancefloor-friendly, live techno collaboration between the two artists. In a head-to-head laptop battle, the duo use their computers like most Djs do with turntables, mixing between their own tunes and blending them together to devastating effect. The set has a definite techno flavour throughout, but draws on many other sounds and obscure sample sources, from ragga MCs to Gary Glitter, grime bass to rave stabs, jungle basslines to garage breaks. Their previous live sets at nights such as A La Mode, Not Music and To Amy With Love have always set the dancefloor rocking.



Coming Soon > June/July Details

June 19th 2004
DJ: The Dexorcist (Control Tower / SMB)
LIVE: Debasser (Novamute / Wide)

July 17th 2004
LIVE: Tim Wright (Novamute / Sativae)

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