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ついに今週の土曜日はHOLICのハロウィーンSP!!!

フランスの実力派老舗レーベルRobsoul RecordingsからPhil Weeks, Chris Carrier、そして先週アムステルダムで開催されたADE 15周年の為に渡欧している盟友Satoshi Otsukiをゲストに迎えての開催となります。

 

会場はここ一年くらいでHOLICのホームグランドとなってきたCafe 1001で朝の10時までのロングパーティー。

イギリス人は仮装好きなのでハロウィンはみんな仮装してパーティーに参加するのですが、仮装してなくてもパーティーが終わる頃には全員ゾンビになってそうです、、

 

さらにHOLICの今度の予定は、webサイトが近日オープンする他、12月31日にはBrick Laneの中心に位置するTruman Breweryの巨大なウェアハウスで豪華ゲストを招いて開催する年越しSPも決定しています。

 

パーティーの詳細は以下になります。

 

 

 

HOLIC is back at Brick Lane’s CAFE 1001 with SP late licence till 10AM!! 
Robsoul recordings from Paris is bring thier new school jacking house with Halloween horror and a more special guest flying from TOKYO’s No1 Club WOMB,Satoshi Otsuki.
FREAKBEAT bring special one off party for your halloween at front room!


Saturday 30th Oct 2010 
From MIDNIGHT to 10am (Sunday) 

– Halloween SP-
HOLIC meets Robsoul recordings

@ Cafe 1001 (late licence)
1 Dray walk, 91 Brick Lane, London. E1 

Info/guest list : geishadiscoboyz@gmail.com 
www.cafe1001.co.uk
020 7247 9679

TICKETS
http://www.residentadvisor.net/events.aspx

—Back room———

Phil Weeks (Robsoul recordings)
Chris Carrier (Robsoul recordings/Adult only)
Satoshi Otsuki (WOMB from Tokyo)
Eightbitrate (Artizan Music)

&
Resident Tomoki Tamura

Vjs
Woolf
Modular

—-Front room———

FREAKBEAT Halloween Party

Live:
The Fucking Death 
Members of Black Manila and guests play Cramps, Misfits, Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Hasil Adkins Halloween covers.
& Guest Live acts

Djs

Rumble Djs
Sean Wild (Bad Seed)
Squid Vicious (Bad Seed)
Sticky Fingers

more guest djs TBA!!!

Phil Weeks
DJ/producer Phil Weeks is a house music purist. His mixing is old school Chicago with a nu-school French flare going from the deepest house to the techiest. His production sounds like it could have been released in the 90’s partly because he uses the same gear – 808’s, 909’s, 606’s, even vintage keys. He prefers vinyl, likes his mixes dirty, and knows how to rock a crowd with a heavy hitting bass line. Phil Weeks is a house purist dedicated to bringing the world only proper house music with his DJing, his producing and his label, Robsoul Recordings.
A true lover of house music, Phil Weeks’ DJ career started 10 years ago. With skills comparable to the best and crowd-pleasing track selection it wasn’t long before Phil Weeks became a major player in the house music scene. He’s played some of the world’s most renowned venues like Queen’s Club, Circus, Ministry of Sound, Back to Basics, and Stereo.
By 2000 he was ready for the next step and Robsoul Recordings was born. Originally the label was meant as an avenue for Phil to release his own tracks the way he wanted to and the success was more than he anticipated. Phil Weeks’ early release “It Put Me Well” became classic in a couple of months. Phil Weeks is one of the worlds most sought after producers saving his best work for his label.
It wasn’t long before this success lead to the decision to sign other artists to the label. Consequently Robsoul is now one of the world’s most renowned and respected house music labels featuring some of the world’s best like Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, Mark Farina, David Duriez, No Assembly Firm, Fries and Bridges(his duo with Hector Moralez), and Chris Carrier. Releases are selling out in a time when many labels aren’t able to keep afloat. But Phil Weeks’ isn’t one to brag about this. To him it’s all about keeping proper house music alive. Which just goes to show Phil Weeks is a house purist.

Chris Carrier
There are two kinds of DJs: those whose goal is to make a name for themselves and those whose goal is to make music – and let the rest follow. Parisian Chris Carrier is among the latter. For more than a dozen years he’s been an underground icon, churning out more than one hundred records and remixes for a host of labels. Too busy working to chase a spot in the limelight, Carrier is nevertheless rightly revered as one of the most gifted, prolific producers on the dance scene.
Refusing to restrict his output to one genre or one school of thought, Carrier has dabbled freely in everything from house to hip hop, drum ‘n’bass to minimal, techno to electro. Most DJ shave one label – if at all – but Chris is so restlessly creative he’s founded a whole fistful of labels over the course of his career, including the renowned Adult Only imprint, Chronobrain, Combustible, Taka, X86 and Direct Art. He has also worked under more than a fifteen aliases. Chris is an artist who refuses to be pigeonholed or to conform to a bland “career plan.” Growing up in Paris his father, a keyboardist, provided his early musical inspiration, along with heroes like Quincy Jones and AC/DC.
However, youthful notions of being a baker (”I like cakes,” he says) lost out to music when he discovered the early 90s techno rave scene and began to DJ. Driven to be the master of his musical destiny, Chris quickly learned to produce and created pioneering techno outlet Chronobrain with Guillaume La Tortue. For seven-odd years Chris devoted himself the label, and its offshoots including house-oriented Taka and drum ‘n’ bass imprint X86.However, his love for rave culture led him back towards more purely creative work.
From 2003 onwards Chris has founded new labels Adult Only and Catwash, as well as bringing his vision to Get Physical, Crack & Speed, Brique Rouge, Robsoul, Kill Brique and – most recently – Freak n’ Chic. This has put the underground star firmly in the forefront of the new French electronic movement, bringing his diverse style to the sexy, deep, techy house vibes that dominate the scene. Chris is more sought-after than ever for his DJ skills – he’s penetrated the notorious US market with gigs in Georgia, San Francisco, Denver, Las Vegas and Miami. And plays in Europe’s clubbing capitals: London, Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam and Milan, to name a few.

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