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TIMEOUT Recommendation: to the lazer cave this Saturday

to the lazer cave return for their 4th birthday!! 

We're very excited to be working with the guys over at to the lazer cave!!

The boys are back at ICan Studios this weekend for their 4th birthday and it is definitely not a night to miss!!

"It is the light in the dark night sky that signals the arrival of the lazer cave... the intense energy and curious sounds which leas us to it... the glistening core and the extraordinary experiences that await inside...where the lazer cave comes from no one knows but when it does, what is the best thing to do? Get inside it and have a freak'n party of course! YES. Night lords and disco warriors it is time to awaken, we have received the signal, it is time to return TO THE LAZER CAVE 4th Birthday WAREHOUSE PARTY XII."

"It’s back and we invite you to join us in experiencing the inner working of the cave...That means throwing a sick party and getting totally loose to the heaviest cosmic beats this side of Hackney. Get ready for a seriously stonking episode that is going to have you walking sideways and covered in glitter till Easter. AND YES this party is extra special as we celebrate our 4TH BIRTHDAY PARTY - This means cracking some serious budget to orchestrate the most pumped experiential rave we've ever thrown."

Very limited advanced tickets available here

This week's Time Out...

Check out their DISCO DIGITS:

8702 mixtape plays on Soundcloud
8640 cans of Red Stripe drunk (3.8 tonnes)
2314 cans of cider drunk (1.2 tonnes)
5,857 tickets bought
2376 people who've followed us on social media
707 litres of spirits drunk
378 rolls of tin foil given away
87 litres of smoke machine fluid up in smoke
72 team meetings
48% tickets bought by women (average)
40 lazers purchased
37 kilos of silver confetti up in the air
25 friends who volunteered to help
23 hour after party (lazer cave team record)
22 guest DJs
14 events
13 hours average set up time per party
11 warehouse parties
10 mixtapes
8 venues
5 lazer cave organisers
4 festivals
3 resident DJs
2 Watts - average size of lazer cave primary display laser
1 mission to do things differently
0 pounds taken as profit

Time Out says:

"This warehousey party in east London combines tacky '70s B-movie references with hi-NRG disco, cosmic house and electro, with resident space cadets providing the tunes. There'll be thousands of laser beams at every turn, special effects, actors getting into character, makeup artists to transform you into a cosmic disco warrior and a laser maze. If you didn't get it before, these guys really like lasers. To sum up, imagine a Buck Rogers-themed party held at Laser Quest with sweatbox disco and cosmic funk soundtrack."

Order your tickets here


Resonant Manchester turns 1...

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Resonant Manchester turns 1...

October 2012 saw the launch of Resonant Manchester, With the vision of keeping arms length away from the already saturated market of deep house, and a passion of keeping the House, Tech house and Techno sounds alive and at the forefront of the Manchester music scene. 

They took this vision to Joshua Brooks, a renowned bar by day, Night fall sees the doors open to its notorious bare brick basement tucked away in the heart of Manchester city centre. Over the years, the basement has become somewhat a landmark of Manchester nightlife. The club and club night have gone hand in hand over the past 12 months and Resonant Manchester have created an already reputable name for themselves which only looks like growing.

Already with a more than reputable residents on their books, Sy Chan (Sequential/Sequel) and Rudosa (formerly The Dutch Rudder [BangBang/LoveNotMoney]) in their first year, they have brought a variety of established artists to the confines of the club. ThreeSixty (Maquina Music), Ant Brooks (GreatStuff/1605) Prok & Fitch (Floorplay Music) to name a few. Most notably, The sellout event back in March when the city's clubbers saw Resonant bring the master of house Sebastien Leger to the intimate venue, resulting in a party and atmosphere unrivalled by most.

On November 9th, Resonant celebrate their first year with one of the most exciting and innovating techno producers emerging today. Jon Gurd has been gaining a huge reputation in the industry for his in-demand productions, recognised for their raw, energetic and hypnotically rolling properties. He has gathered support from artists including Dubfire, Loco Dice, Adam Beyer, Marco Carola, Ritchie Hawtin and Sian.

Jon has also been writing collaborations with innovating techno producer and Drumcode favourite, Alan Fitzpatrick. The pairs first collar was dropped on 8 Sided Dice in May 2012, and achieved a place in the Beatport Top 10 Techno Chart. The second was signed to Paul Ritch's label, Quartz, featuring a remix from Paul himself. The duo are currently writing lots of new material together for what is becoming an exciting studio partnership. With releases planned on Alans ESD vinyl only label and Jon's own Det Sync label.

Supporting Jon will be Resonant resident Sy Chan, With years of experience playing alongside, supporting major artists, and representing global brands, Sy expresses the best cultural melting pot between east and west. His asian heritage combined with UK experience surely helped him to be recognised as a name to look out for in the industry.

His debut EP 'Inner Minds', on Horatio's Belrin based label Natural Rhythm has gained early support from artists such as Marco Carola, Luciano, Reboot, Paco Osuna, Nima Gorji, Gel Abril, Stacey Pullen, Federico Grazzini, to name a few. With many tracks and remixes lined up for release, including his long awaited 'Bambara' production, scheduled for release in early December on new Manchester label Sequential Records.




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