Baz Reznik – The Attic
Omar S – Churchill
Throbbing Gristle – Mutant (Carl Craig Re-Version)
Terrence Woodard – Jack The Box
Gesloten Cirkel – Slample
Brooklyn Express – Change Position (88)
Ayisha – Space Man
Tevo Howard – Mechanical Disco Heart
Louis Guilliaume – Fucked Up
R-A-G – Rage (Spaventi & Aroy Raw Mix)
Julian “Jumpin” Perez – Jack Me Till I Scream
Gentry Ice – Utilize The Beat
Inner City – Good Life (Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley Mix)
Northern Lights – One Too Many
Gerome Sportelli – Growth
Scotch – Penguins’ Invasion
J.T.C. – Psychedelic Mindtrip
Nicole – Glory Days
Baz Reznik – High Low
J.M. Silk – Shadows Of Your Love
Holographic Hallucination – Garden of Eden
Osborne – Bout Ready To Jack
Lory D – Acid Prastix
Tantra – Wishbone
“Such a moment could not but be regarded with anxiety by primitive man so soon as he began to observe and ponder the courses of the great lights across the celestial vault; and having still to learn his own powerlessness in face of the vast cyclic changes of nature, he may have fancied that he could help the sun in his seeming decline—could prop his failing steps and rekindle the sinking flame of the red lamp in his feeble hand.”
‘The Golden Bough’ by Sir James George Frazer (1890)
Sun o))) & Boris – The Sinking Belle (Blue Sheep)
Moss – Ritus A Fugue For The Summoning
Magnet – Appointment With The Wicker Man
Black Boned Angel – The Witch Must Be Killed
Pentemple – Pazuzu 2
Coven/Darkthrone/Morbid Angel/Hellhammer (insert)
Cathedral – Equilibrium
Maxine Sanders – A Witch Is Born (insert)
Cathedral – Reaching Happiness, Touching Pain
Far Black Furlong – Icy Solstice Eye
Blood Ceremony – Coven Tree
We’re teaming up with our Edinburgh pals TrouBle to put on a very special party this summer. Please read the information below, sign up through Paypal and if you have any further questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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A TROUBLE – SLABS OF THETABERNACLE – GO REBORN – BELLEVILLARENDEZ-VOUS
This is private party, a word-of-mouth-only affair, an intimate type of party for friends and friends-of-friends only and we’d really love it if you could be there to enjoy it with us!
WHERE IS IT?
The location is a surprise, suffice to say it’s in Edinburgh, easily accessible, you will love it and this won’t be the first time it will have been used for an event like this, so you don’t need to worry about whether it will be decent.
MUSIC & DANCING?
We will be using as audiophile a sound system as possible, so we can play music at a suitable volume for dancing and general good times. The music will be provided by the DJs listed below.
DO I NEED TO BRINGANYTHING?
Please feel free to bring a bottle and/or anything else that will help you to relax. We will also be stocking up the fridge with plenty of booze…
CAN I INVITE MY PALS?
Everyone is welcome to invite other friends but, as space is limited, we need to keep track of exactly who is coming. For this reason, the guest-list is not currently visible and the only people who can view the event are the invitees.
SO IS IT A FREEPARTYTHEN?
The spirit behind this party is much like that at a house party (especially David Mancuso’s classic Loft parties in Seventies New York) but we need to ask everyone to make a contribution of £5.50 to help cover the costs. This is not very much to ask so that everyone can have a great time together. This £5.50 is payable now by paypal (payee: firstname.lastname@example.org).
HOWLATEWILL IT RUN?
As late as possible, although this depends on a few variables, so we have set a provisional end-time of 4am.
WHENWILL I FINDOUTWHERE IT’S HAPPENING?
All will be revealed when the time is right….
MUSIC TO BE PROVIDED BY:
Vintage 909 (electronic live set) aka Daniel Williams (Derevo, Dresden)
Andrew Ingram (Slabs Of The Tabernacle, Glasgow/Liverpool)
Erik d’Viking (Trouble, Edinburgh)
Hobbes (Trouble/Limbo, Edinburgh)
Joel Shaw (Slabs Of The Tabernacle, Glasgow/Newcastle)
Leonidas (Belle Villa, London)
[this list may be updated}
ANYTHINGELSE I SHOULDKNOW?
The guest-list on the night will be made up of people who have made the requested contribution, to avoid cash transactions on arrival, and we will be hiring security to prevent any unwelcome guests, ensure the night goes off without any trouble etc, so please bear this in mind when spreading the word etc. It will be very much a case of ‘if your name’s not down, you’re not getting in.’
GO REBORN (ARTSHOW)
This event also doubles as an after-party for the official opening of #GR5-RMX, an exciting new concept for an art exhibition presented by go reborn. The art will be on display for all to view/experience throughout the course of the night:
go reborn invite ten Scotland-based artists to ‘remix’ the landscape paintings of Claudia Massie (ECA, drawing & painting, 2000) in producing work for #GR5-RMX.
Working in line with how modern music releases are passed on to be remixed by a third party, the invited creative is asked to respond to and reinterpret Massie’s original piece. There are no go reborn limitations or guide-lines to how this re-action is to be presented.
Camiel is from Nijmegen (pictured) in the East of the Netherlands. We initially heard one of his sets through the local Front 024 show (024 being the area code for Nijmegen) on IFM. This house mix combines his traditional U.S. influences with some homegrown Dutch productions, it certainly has a groove.
More mixes and info about Camiel can be found over at DISCOCIRCUS
Linkwood – Two
Ramon Rauch – Dirty Haze
Genius of Time – Science Fiction
Jean Caffeine – Jean’s Train Of Thought
Walt J. – Divinity
Paul Mac – Here Comes The Swing
Obsolete Music Technology – Latency
Vakula – Music
Loose Fingers – 303 Indigenius
Frozen Border – Frozen Border
Arttu – Fear Dilluted
DJ Pierre – I’ve Lost Control (Glen Underground’s Old School Re-Rub)
Conforce – Spoiled (XDB Reshape 2)
Betek – U Funking Confuse Me (Part 1) XDB – Bakfom
Gerd – Time & Space (Duplex Northside Mix)
Eighty Eight – The Child
Chicago Skyway – Acid
J.T.C. – Relentless Order
Tin Man – Accumulated Acid
At the last Tabernacle board room meeting (chaired by Sir Sean no less) it was unanimously agreed that the vinyl must keep coming! And so with that in mind we present our next E.P. from Liverpool’s rising star John Heckle.
TABR005 – John Heckle – Extrovert/Introvert E.P. Release Date: July 2011
John Heckle featured on our first release and returns with an E.P. that demonstrates why he’s regarded by many as one of the most promising producers around. His music displays an impeccable understanding of classic house and techno, whilst maintaining a freedom and originality.
A1 – r136 8:36 A2 – My Only Hope 5:07 B1 – The Extrovert/Introvert 6:55 B2 – Where Are You Now? 6:18
Glasgow’s Mother currently runs This is Our House website alongside the brothers Frank and Paul. Now with a weekly radio slot on IFM (Thursday 1900 GMT) their site is starting to turn some heads. There’s all sorts of excellent content on there, and I would highly recommend checking Mother’s monthly top ten list.
As a DJ and promoter he’s been involved in parties such as Lo Quality (held in East London’s 333 Club, circa 2004), and more recently the long running Fortified Sessions parties in Glasgow, so we were extremely keen to hear what sort of mix he would do for the site. With this slabs he offers a UK heavy mixture of four to the floor tracks that point at how the UK underground has been developing over the last few years, with house and techno arguably becoming more relevant once again.