Art & Culture


Fri 25th Feb 2011
Corisca Studios,
Units 4/5 Farrell Court,
Elephant Rd, London, London,
SE17 1LB

Join us for our first party of 2011 on February 25th, with Detroits Omar S and from Amsterdam, Newworldaquarium. After having to cancel due to the snow in December, we welcome from Turin passEnger & XLuve.

Omar-S DJ

Detroit / FXHE Records

Having entertained Derrick May and Urban Tribe in 2010, we turn to Detroit again for a three-hour set from the deep house maestro Omar-S. Following in the footsteps of such renowned artists as Theo Parrish and Moodymann, Alex Omar Smith has carved out a singular niche in the realm of hypnotic house and techno ever since his own FXHE label began to be noticed in 2004. Very much one to keep things independent, Alex produces, releases and distributes all his records on his own. His prolic output was rewarded by a Fabric mix CD in 2009.

Newworldaquarium DJ

Amsterdam / NWAQ / Planet E / Delsin / Peacefrog

Now a Bleep43 regular, Jochem Peteri is renowned for his abstract take on house music, with seminal releases on labels such as Delsin, New Religion, Peacefrog and Planet E for most of the last decade, culminating in the much vaunted Dead Bears LP in 2007. He started off making atmospheric techno under the guise Ross154 in the mid-nineties.

passEnger & Xluve LIVE

Turin / Icon Of Desire / Eclipsemusic / Tabernacle Records

Andrea Di Maggio and Marco Schiavone, both from Turin, are known as Passenger & xluve, composing live deep, hypnotic techno and electro on laptops and drum machines. They also run a night in their home city called JustMusicMakers, inviting acts to play from around Europe, including our own Plant43 and Jo Johnson earlier in June this year. Andrea has released a number of records of his own on labels such as EclipseMusic and the Glaswegian night Slabs of the Tabernacle.

passEnger & xluve Bleep43 podcast (189)

Max Duley DJ

London / ARC(ANE)

We have enjoyed having Max at our parties ever since we started back in 2002. A producer with a number of acclaimed techno records out on his own ARCart label in the latter part of the nineties, Maxs uncompromising and singular sets reflect his very individual view of the genre.


Bleep43 podcast with Max Duley