DELTA 9 Plastics Label Launch – 10 September 2004

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who came down to the DELTA 9 Plastics label launch at Electrowerkz on 10th September, held in conjunction with Rebel Bass. We really enjoyed hosting the bar, there was a fantastic atmosphere and some truly excellent music.

Sparkle kicked things off with some hip-hop and abstract electronics. Smilex (coming straight from Bang Face)quickly upped the pace with some stripped-down techno and electronics.

Midnight saw Line take to the stage – armed with a mic, laptop and barrage of synths, controllers, and boxes with flashing LEDs. Line won the crowd with his unique blend of bouncy electro melodies, crispy beats and waves of noise punctuated by indie-inspired, bit-crushed vocals. An exceptional set and a rare London appearance from this promising artist, who we’re sure to hear a lot more about in the future.

Jimmy Bolus was next up, unleashing an assault of electro bass monsters, aimed straight at the eager party goers who lapped it up.

Debasser + DJ Andrew Lane worked the dancefloor up into an even bigger frenzy with a super tight Final Scratch/MPC set, which built to a dramatic climax when they dropped Debasser’s own Dark Smile.

Just as it looked like the crowd was flagging DJ SP fired up the rave with some rinsing jungle classics. With basslines bouncing off every wall, the punters were powerless to resist.

DJ Braiken followed with more dancefloor bangers, before him, SP and Bolus wound things up with a back to back to back finale.

Special thanks go to everyone who helped make the night such a success: Matt @ Hyponik, Dave @ Alt*Ctrl, Olli @ Lo, Frisky Fingers, James Webb, Neil Wells, Electrowerkz staff for being so helpful and Bolus for all his efforts.

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4 September 2004

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