This Friday marks the 11th occasion that the Motorik crew have pulled on their dancing shoes to throw a techno soiree of sorts. In typical forward (and backward) thinking they have chosen to throw this shindig down at the infamous Club 77. If you were/are old enough to remember there was once a small party that rumbled away every Friday night down there called Bang Gang. And if you were actually in the right frame of mind to remember how these parties were – well then you probably weren’t present. It spawned a whole new list of genres – idiot house, K-noise, Oz-Touch, Spazno…. the list goes on. Enough of this sentimental babble though – come down this Friday (25th may 2012) and acquaint or re-acquaint yourselves with the surroundings of Club 77 and enjoy the sonic mayhem of the Motorik peoples – our peoples, your peoples, the dancing peoples. The Finger Prince will be performing a special extended (homecoming ??) set composed of 3 hours of history halting hopuse and techtonic techno tunes.
TECH THE HALLS
FRIDAY 23 DECEMBER
THE FINGER PRINCE
The MOTOR!K DROOGS are throwing their final party of the year, and you are all invited! As always, Motorik! will be a free party, held in an undisclosed location. RSVP to email@example.com for venue details and guestlist.
In keeping with our ethos of bringing you the freshest of the fresh and the newest of the new in Sydney Techno we bring you yet another MOTOR!K debut.
Introducing the newest kid on the block: TUNNEL SIGNS.
His name is Ash Moses. He’s a one man renaissance: part Graphic Designer, part Label Manger, part Producer and an all time Droog.
On the night we will be celebrating the release of his brand new EP “SUN” out on DEATHSTROBE RECORDS.
Our other special guest for the night is the sunglasses impresario, GRAZ. we warmly welcome him to the MOTOR!K ones and twos on the night and can’t wait to hear what techno he’s been vibing on.
After many extended dance floor ramblings (much like the extended edit version of a conversation), Slow Blow and Bang Gang have finally pulled their now rather pungently scented fingers out of their blow-holes and decided to put on a party in full-collaboration-style-force. Expect the expected which you can expect will be totally unexpectable. And dress for some physical action as this party will not stop til we have all given more than our fair share of bodily fluids to the dancefloor.
To maximise this pleasurable co-existence in a single space they will be inviting a few friends down to help the experience move forward into new un-explored deep acidic discoido territory. Sydney techno senior citizens The Finger Prince and junior fluff cultivators Soft War are in for the bonanza too.
Be there, be a square, be unfair, dance on a chair, put your hands in the air and fuck the speakers til your dick falls off…….yeah.
Battant – Feverish (ISE8 pre demo)
Feadz – TM Theme
Joakim – I Can See (Long Lost Demo)
Jean-Pierre Decerf – Gates of Pop Empire
Four-Tet – Angel Echoes (Mokhov Remix)
Jamie XX & Gil Scott-Heron – Home
Gold Panda – Fifth Avenue
Jamie Lidell – A Little Bit More (Herbert’s ‘A Little Bit Less Remix’)
Crowdpleaser – Game
Codek – Tim Toum
How To Dress Well – Suicide Dream 3 (Orchestral Version)
Shuggie Otis – Aht Uh Mi Hed
Paul Revere & The Raiders – Melody For An Unknown Girl
Azari & III – Hungry For The Power (Sei A Remix)
Peaking Lights – All The Sun That Shines
Murphy Jax – 8 Bit Epos
James Blake – I’ll Stay
Icasol – Ongou
Vangelis – Alpha
When Saints Go Machine – Fail Forever (Nicolas Jaar Remix)
Label Friend and head honcho over at Deathstrobe has sent us some stuff we thought you should have. On the brink of his debut release ‘SUN’ he has graced us with a 1 hour 45min look into his soul. Listen out for remixes from the likes of Daniel Avery, (Our very own) Finger Prince & Graz. He also recently completed a remix for Ghost Wood we think is worth checking out!