Issue 68

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EVENT PREVIEW LABYRINTH AT THE MINISTRY OF SOUND FRIDAY Henry Saiz, Nick Warren and Jeremy Olander are set to play The Gallery at Ministry of Sound on Friday 14th November. 'On the 5th day' is the new weekly Friday residency of a recently launched London club The Qube Project. Starting on the 7th November, it aims to inspire, enlighten and take the edge off Mondays. It's a boundary pushing and thrilling new series of events. Not only hosting the weekly club nigh, but also, on certain Fridays prior to the club night it will play host to music seminars that aim to educate and encourage. The club nights will have a more underground feel, with a refined sound akin to underground deep/ tech house. The feel and sound of music quality is always exceptional and will please even those with the highest standards. With artists such as Diynamic's Karmon, NTFO, Gabriel Ananda of Basmati and many more, this will not be an experience to miss! New club The Qube launches new weekly night on the 5th day of the week When it comes to techno from South America, Adrain Hour is top of the food chain EVENT PREVIEW 'ON THE 5TH DAY'- NEW WEEKLY RESIDENCE AT THE QUBE PROJECT GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS ADRIAN HOUR First known on the scene as one half of the DJ duo 2 Ro- bots, a pair with a dynamic approach to sets, Adrian Hour has gone solo with the aim of introducing clubbers from around the globe to the big-room techno sound. The Ar- gentinean hasn't gone unnoticed, with big support from some large players on the scene. His tracks have been released on heavyweight labels such as Suara and Yoshi- toshi. Earlier this year Adrian Hour saw himself rise up the ranks at Toolroom with their #RESET announcement. This will see him taking up more prominent roles at the label, and, with his production quality only ever increasing, we can understand why. After February's foray into 'The Labyrinth', the Span- ish DJ navigates his way to London once more for an exploration of all sounds dark and delicate. Paying homage to Henry's name- sake radio show featuring a wide-ranging musical philosophy, The Labyrinth is famed for stimulat- ing the Ministry of Sound senses. The Gallery also welcomes back under- ground house legend Nick Warren, who returns for his first appearance at the club in almost two years. Also performing will be Jeremy Olander, protégé of Eric Prydz and signed to the fellow Swede's Pryda Friends label. However, his intense un- derground sound means Jeremy is now regarded an influential artist in his own right. 14 Issue 68 / 2014 HOUSE / TECHNO Export Tony Brown Pump It Up Party Tsaho Let's Do This Shit BEEDS Zeus Alfazea Believe Salvatore Palumbo Godspeed Erdal Kilic Ghetto Fist Two Face Wanna Rock It K & K Your Love Killerbeatz Don't Wanna Lose It Lefttool ft. Adry Floating Spirits Bird Peterson No Matter What Guim NEW RELEASES More @

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