Is it the weekend yet?
Nope. But at least you know where to shake it, come Friday. This week’s dig features house, techno and dub.
Fri 16 Nov
Midnite Snack presents Bellaire [Lille, France]
From the promoters: “Coming from a background of classical music the young French artist started experimenting with RnB production and later found his way into house. It only took a year for him to leave a big mark on the scene. His breakthrough track ‘Paris City Jazz’ is one of the most popular tracks on the Houseum Youtube page with over 2 million views and counting. This has led to his debut EP ‘Paris City Jazz’ on ‘’AOC Records’’ (Controlled Origin Appellation Records) selling thousands of copies.”
Studio Red Malta
Roberta Nicholls, Bionic, Zeit/Bypass and Sooka bring their own brand of techno to Clique this Saturday. Roberta has a great command of the decks and is ready to take you deep.
Sat 17 Nov
Brian James presents Society Sessions
A fantastic opportunity to see Brian James, a local legend behind the decks, show off his collection of deep house, jazz, funk and beyond. Not a bad way to start the night.
XPOSE // SNTS // 17th November
From the organizers: “After having one of the most buzzing Summers with in.di.go; we are highly excited to be back at our beloved Liquid Club for a full throttle Winter ahead. We have been thinking a lot what speciality we should give to our Techno Stalwarts and we came up with the idea of giving you one of our best LIVE acts of which we brought to date. THE BLACK MASK. An anonymous producer with a gritty, heads-down style of techno and a focus on vinyl, SNTS first surfaced in late 2012. He’s been behind two record trilogies, Chapters and Scenes, issued through his self-titled label, and also earned appearances on Horizontal Ground, Edit Select Records, 47, and Horo. ”
Bass Culture x Island Rockers present: Dub Engineᴵᵀ & Digitronᴴᴿ
From the promoters:
“After a summer well spent we team up with our brothers from Island Rockers to bring you a heavyweight sound system night with the return of Dub Engine and our comrades from Digitron Sound System from Croatia. Dub Engine are Sabry & Nico, based in Bologna. Over the years they have created their own brand of dub – psychosteppa – a heavy, well rounded, driving steppa sound infused with a punk attitude and electronic music influences. With Sabry on vocals and effects and Nico handling the machines, their gear-heavy, intense, live show is something that needs to be heard, seen and felt. Digitron, the Balkan Defenders are a Zagreb-based punk crew that run one of the most infamous sound systems on the scene and are known for their ruff ‘n’ tuff heavyweight selections, headed by their crazy selector Vrki and Andrija on the mic, both hailing from live dub bands (Radikal Dub Kolektiv & Bamwise). This will be their first time inna Malta. The session will be held at the Warehouse club in Zurrieq, the perfect setting for this jurassic dub experience.”