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https://www.facebook.com/events/187695003485555 After a very long break, we are back at Rebellion Manchester with an absolute smashing line up divided by two stages including PSY-TRANCE and TECHNO. Let's come together again and dance it away! • ρรᎩ-Շгคภςє รՇคgє • -> DICKSTER [Live] (Nano Records) https://soundcloud.com/dicktrevor -> LOOSE CONNECTION [Live] (Bom Shanka Music) https://soundcloud.com/loose-connection -> SENSE DATUM [Live] (Bom Shanka Music) https://soundcloud.com/sense-datum -> FREETECH (Crystal Kids) https://soundcloud.com/ozzycetin -> GONE WEST (Crystal Kids) https://soundcloud.com/gone-west -> VIBETECH (Faeriepirates) https://soundcloud.com/bruno-vibeteck -> TEKNO HIPPIE (Sunrise) • Շєςђภ๏ г๏๏๓ • -> ADAM ELEMENT (Modu Heart) https://soundcloud.com/adamelement -> MICRO BITES (Crystal Kids) https://soundcloud.com/microbitesuk -> PULS'EM (Crystal Kids) https://soundcloud.com/djpulsem -> INNER CINEMA (The Beats Bizarre) https://www.facebook.com/InnerCinemaDJ -> NANOOK (Strange Daze) https://www.mixcloud.com/chrisnanook1 • DECOR • Deliberate Space Decor • VISUALS • Magiclantern Audiovisual • TICKETS • http://skiddle.com/e/35912750 Early Birds: £8+bf (Sold Out) Phase 1 : £10+bf (Sold Out) Phase 2 : £12+bf (Limited) Phase 3 : £15+bf (Limited) OTD : £20 • MORE INFO • * Doors open: 9pm * Last entry: 2am * Free entry for B-Day Girls & Boys! (Please show your photo ID for free b-day entry) * Venue has a smoking garden * Cloakroom is operated by the venue * Lovely colourful stalls * Please bring some good vibes Organized by Crystal Kids www.crystal-kids.com https://facebook.com/crystalkidss https://instagram.com/crystalkidss https://twitter.com/CrystalKidss https://soundcloud.com/crystalkidss RESPECT, UNITY, PEACE & LOVE
Dirty Saffi Umami Bom Shanka Records Tracklist: 1. Psychedelic Freedom Fighter 2. Is It Organic 3. Seek & Enjoy 4. Your Breath Stinks - Dirty Saffi & Satya 5. Space Rats 6. St George 7. Snowdonia 8. Coco-Nutters 9. Rock N Roll 10. Dubslap Dirty Saffi are very much a walking double entendre. By all accounts this UK husband/wife couple are very much the polite-and-proper individuals one would expect, very sweet people who give a little bit more than what was agreed upon. That is, of course, in as much of that polite-and-proper English manner as dread-locked, tattooed, facially pierced folk can be, I suppose. For instance, on a recent trip to Toronto, the Saffi duo of Psymmetrix and Nuky stayed much longer in the city than was expected and in turn offered up a couple additional gigs that were not expected of them. Leading to the next point, the name itself. As Al Psymmetrix states, "Saffi is hindi for cleaning." And a dirty cleaning is exactly what this music is. The moment these two begin to rock, politeness, manners, consideration are tossed out the window. Their sound is based on hard-rocking body music and, quite frankly, they seem to give not a fuck if you're in the mood for it or not. Umami (the fifth sense of taste for savory meats) is pretty explosive stuff. Perhaps not as rhythmically complete as their 2013 debut Beauty And The Bitch or as diversely imaginative as Psymmetrix' last solo outing on 2011's No More Milking It, but still extremely effective. If you're looking for complex melodies, enrapturing layers of sound, pretty progressive or stimulating intellect than you're looking at the wrong collection of music. This album requires that you turn the brain off so these primitive beats can go straight to the body to work their magic. There's a lot to like here if you're into full-on though I'm not sure there is one main highlight or single track that stands out from the pack. There are some tiny differences that are noteworthy, especially the fun quirkiness of "Coco-Nutters," the bombastic rhythms in the spare-no-feelings of "Your Breath Stinks," the beastly beauty in "Snowdonia," the deliciously odd imagination behind "Dubslap," the energized liberation of "Psychedelic Freedom Fighter" and the potent one-two punch of "Space Rats" and "St George." This is simple and primitive, no-frills full-on, the antithesis of the Nano sound found in most well-dressed psy club parties where sense of taste is extremely underdeveloped. Umami is good, fun, messy, sweaty music, very much a dirty cleaning for the soul, very much a meaty and savory flank of full-on goodness. Bom Shanka BandCamp