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Blink Presents: Glass Table @ Hidden / Friday 29th June 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 22:00 – 07:00

@ Hidden, 100 Tinworth Street, London SE11 5EQ

Entry: £12.50 book

Champions of influential electronica, Blink, invites Hypercolour’s experimental house & techno sister label Glass Table to Hidden. Detroit native Jimmy Edgar plays his first London show since the release of his acclaimed Majenta album on Scuba’s Hotflush alongside Catz N Dogz with their signature brand of hip hop and disco-fuelled deep house. Detroit’s Kyle Hall makes a special appearance. House and techno innovators Tom Demac and Ste Roberts will push musical boundaries forward.

2nd Drop Records celebrate their landmark fifth birthday with striking crossover UK techno artists, DjRum and South London Ordnance, sonic sculptor Pedestrian and the stripped-back percussive Tessela. Support comes from residents of forward-thinking club night, Trix.

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Clone Records: Gerd, Genius of Time & Untold @ Hidden / Friday 11th May 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

@ Hidden
100 Tinworth Street
Vauxhall
London
SE11 5EQ

Entry: £14.00 Here

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As far as house and techno goes, Clone records sit amongst the legends. Evoking techno as raw as R&S, house as soulful as Trax and bases covered everywhere in between, from disco to UK bass, Clone have developed a substantial roster of sub-labels to boot – many of which house the cream of the labels overall output.

In light of this, Hidden residents and forward-thinking night Trix and electronic genre-hopping cult Streets of Beige have joined forces to present a one-off Clone night dedicated to the label’s two finest sub-labels – Basement Series and Royal Oak. Going head to head over two equally-sized but aesthetically diverse rooms, this showcases Clone in all their glory with a soundclash of electronic artists facing off from both the house and techno stables.

Lineup:

Gerd
Genius of Time
Serge
Dexter
Untold
Conforce

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Audio Doughnuts 1st Anniversary w/ Rustie & Kuedo @ Hidden / Friday 25th November 2011

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 10pm – 5am

@ Hidden
100 Tinworth Street
Vauxhall
London, SE11 5EQ

Entry: £10 Adv Tickets
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www.audiodoughnuts.com

In just one year AudioDoughnuts have forged an impressive following through their bass driven independent label and quality events that have played host to Ben UFO,Fantastic Mr Fox, Zed Bias, T.Williams, Pinch, Boddika and many more of the keyplayers at the heart of the progressive side of the scene. On Friday 25thNovember they celebrate their 1st Anniversary at FOUND, led by Rustie whose releases on Numbers and Warp records have been held to high acclaim the doughnuts also bring Kuedo (aka Jamie Vex’d), man of the ‘post dubstep’ hour Koreless & Hyperdub favourites LV & Joshua Idehen to FOUND for some truly unmissable birthday celebrations.

Line-up:
Rustie (live)
Kuedo aka Jamie Vex’d
Koreless (live)
LV & Joshua Idehen (live)
Lando Kal
Oris Jay aka Darqwan
The Fives (live) w. Guests
Funkystepz
Shox
R1 Ryders
+ Many more

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Audio Doughnuts runs an independent record label, bass driven nights & online feature specialising in accelerating, bass heavy & forward thinking music.

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FUTURE EVENT: The King & The Minotaur @ Labyrinth Gallery / 8th-30th April 2011

TIME AND DATE:

Doors: 7pm -12am

@ Labyrinth Gallery
The Courtyard
7 St Pancras Way
King’s Cross
London, NW1 0PB

Entry: £7
Buy HERE

www.thekingandtheminotaur.com

A unique collection of art and performance is hidden away amongst the corridors and chambers of this surreal Gallery. Step into the Labyrinth to engage not only with works of art but also with a rare piece of architecture that would otherwise be cut off from public access. An 1850’s barn forms the structure which governs the route. Those who venture inside have only the transformed space to guide them.

A retreat from the chaos of the city; a place for introspection and investigation – visitors can find refuge in the space, or choose to be challenged by it.

Works of art including contemporary dance, film, theatre and sculpture lie hidden within the Labyrinth,waiting to be discovered.

The King & The Minotaur has been created by Wignall & Moore.

Exhibition launches on 8th April 2011.

 

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