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Forum : Parties : 26/02/2005 - Elektron - Vooruit - Gent

spacid [be]
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Saturday, February 26st ‘05
from 23h. till 6h.


@ Balzaal Vooruit, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat, Ghent Belgium:

Line-up :

Dmx Krew (Rephlex, Breakin' rec London, UK)

Di'jital ( Direct Beat, Twilight 76 rec Detroit, USA)

Spacid (Radius rec, Body to Body, fga)

C-Mikron (Aaaight!, C-mikron.com)

Joost de Lyser (Body to Body, Plug, Pop zero)

Bytecon live (Satamile rec)

Pre-sale: 8,00 Euro;
Door: 10 Euro
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Artists :

DMX Krew (Breakin’Rec)

Ed DMX / DMX Krew makes music and runs a label called Breakin' Records. He has released five DMX Krew albums on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label spanning electro, pop and experimental sounds, never following trends but forging his own musical direction.

There have also been numerous singles including a cover of Kraftwerk's Showroom Dummies on DJ Hell's Gigolo label, a number of electro/bass 12"s under various pseudonyms including Computor Rockers, which showcases a more overtly electro sound, as well as remixes for the likes of Cylob, Gentle People, Artist Unknown, LeCar and others.

Another side-project is called MPC Trax released under the pseudonym EDMX which features stripped-down Detroit-style electro-bass and ghetto sounds.

His newest album and pair of 7" singles: The Collapse Of The Wave
Function reveals a deeper, more considered side to his production,
featuring ambient and experimental tracks as well as quirkier dance-floor fillers.

Ed has performed all around the world both as a DJ and as a live act,
including several US tours with and without the Rephlex crew, most of
Western Europe and some of Eastern Europe too, all over Scandinavia,
numerous tours in Japan including WIRE99 in front of 8000 people with Derrick May and Denki Groove
in the Yokohama Arena while in 2004 DMX Krew appeared for the first time in Australia.

Expect a hard electro set

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Di'jital (Direct Beat)

Di'jital is indeed the prototype for a dj. Drawing from hip hop influences and the birthright of the Detroit sound, Di'jital began his ascent of the dj ranks over a decade ago, pumping the clubs with his broad musical tastes Juan Atkins, Kraftwerk, Afrika Bambatta and rap and hip hop. Yet, from the beginning, Di'jital's declared mission was straight forward "to keep the crowd moving all night long."

His furious mixes are dizzying, a weaving, blending and matching of
rudimentary beats to create virtual medleys from the score of tracks he tugs from his crate. After Dj’s in the mix on Central Station, he brought us Techno Bass 2 on Direct Beat. This mix is a Prototype of its own with some of the Detroit best artists featured.

Direct Beat is also the label on which he produced several 12” such as: Journey of Eternal Bass, Automatic Activity, Transmit the Planet, 360 Degrees and The Mind of The Master. He also does several remixes for Direct Beat and releases the Bass Programmers EP and the Di’jital Revenge 12” on Twilight 76.

Di'jital has honed in on the skills it takes to drive the dance floor, taking command of the decks he consistently delivers his musical perspective to growing numbers of fans across the globe. But, in the beginning, he knew nothing of the international dj lifestyle, what drove him was the desire to simply be, as he says, "a dj who works all the time."

He later became an intricate part of Aux 88. "Its was like a dream came true", he says. His debut release on Direct Beat, Prototype, began his journey to selfhood, into what he calls sinister techno bass.

Di'jital's conceptions as a producer are aligned with his approach to djing. An artist who digs into the bottom of the beat, constructing a sound from the root of the bass, and adding the instrument voice, Di'jital is creating his prototype for the dance floor as a producer and as a dj.

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Spacid (Radius Rec)

Spacid is a well-respected dj in Belgium as well as abroad. Apart from being a Body to Body resident, he's also the founder of the Funky Green Aliens, a Ghent-based organization aiming to promote groundbreaking and experimental music.

Innovation and progress are the essence of his music addiction. It's this attitude that got him hooked on nu-skool electro already back in 1997. From then on, he's been a resident at Belgium's biggest electro parties.

He works at the famous Music Man shop in Ghent where he infected many with the electro and italo virus and currently runs the Radius label. Radius is a subsidiary label of NEWS, celebrating Italo-Disco, both classic and current. Radius digs for the influences of the modern electro disco hype, seeking to prove that the music of 20 years ago still can sound very modern, and that dance music not only found it's origin in Detroit.

Spacid plays different styles of music, but at this party you can expect some pure electrifying & hard nu skool Elektro.

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Joost de Lyser

In 1994 Joost started to play on the parties of the notorious Brussels underground techno party scene, and about simultaneously he was asked to be part of the Fuse DJ team, for the club's first season. In 1995, Brussels 2nd Techno club was born: the Network. Joost moved to Brussels & joined the Network DJ team alongside dj's Deg, Psychogene & Unit-E, and there the new-electro element in his sets started to dominate the techno side. The very last Network night was at the same time as Brussels, and likely Belgium's very first new-electro only party (without techno). After the Network ended, Joost found new musical outlets in the Cybertheatre & at his own Nexus nights, pushing Electro to the Brussels party scene.

In 1998, Joost hooked up with DJ Uriel, and became resident for his now legendary Enjoy Apocalypse electro nights, where Joost still continues to play as guest. Shortly after he also became resident for the Klangforschung Ost parties in Eupen and by now has played for most Electro party organizations in the country, as well as on most big events with an electro room (Kozzmozz, Body 2 Body, Alive festival etc, ..).

Currently Joost plays at the Fuse again for their Plug electro nights, as well as for many party organizations & events, as guest or headliner. He releases music under the name Disturbot for labels like Nature & Roulette Rekordz.

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C-Mikron (Aaaight!)

As a teenager he discovered the sound of electronic music and immediately infected by the virus, he started going out, first to mainstream techno parties, soon followed by electro- and acidparties.This interest grew out to a real passion and it was a logic consequence that C-mikron started to spin the turntables himself in 2002. First buying only electro, later on also bleepy/freaky/oldskool tekno & acid, electronix/ambient/IDM, jungle...

Not much later he was already invited to play his first gigs : Neetz with Bass Junkie (UK) & Tokyo Windbag (UK) was his first party, the Twisted Hardware-party with Exzakt (USA) one of the coolest highlights so far, as was opening the 7 days-festival this year with Subjex (FR) and Subhead (UK/Japan). C-mikron sets are know for long mixing with a lot of faderwork and knob-twisting, always building up to multiple climaxes. Since September 2004 he is resident of a new K-town based concept called Electric Mayhem, which wants to give you a quality party every couple of months inviting the better belgian and foreign electro artists.

Be prepared, aaaight!

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chillywilly [be]
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Buiten Spacid,

Nog mensen die hierheen gaan ?

I'll be there 8)