This weekend we are hosting amazing lineup at the KOM!KS warehouse. On Friday will perform Robert Hood with his daughter Lyric as part of the Floorplan Victorious tour. This will happen at the Strojirny warehouse on Kolbenova street. On Saturday we are moving outside, right in front of the warehouse, to host Fort Romeau from Ghostly International and Mike Montano. Friday part start at 9PM and finishes at 7AM. Saturday starts at 2PM and finished at 10PM. Come early and leave late! Tickets are still available via RA and Goout. Full info is on Facebook.
We are back with 12″ vinyl. This time we present fresh cuts by Dominican Republic artist Ander B (Robsoul). Outta Space is a stripped back relentless club cut for the fans of Thomas Melchior, Carl Craig and Ricardo. Rest of the EP brings back raw and pure deep vibes. On the remix duties is Munich jock Dj Linus (Gigolo) with his old-school house edit of The Dedication. XLR8R already featured this EP on their website with a free download.
Supported by: Tensnake, Dj T, Catz n Dogz, Danny Tenaglia, Maetrik, Jimpster, Chris Fortier, Alland Byallo, Piek, Simon Caldwell, Paco Osuna, Kioday…
Our intimate club night Ana.Lock is back at the Cross Club. After hosting Edward, Bjarki, Deadbeat, Dorisburg, SCSI-9, Kuba Sojka and SLG we are happy to announce another of our favorite jocks – Oskar Offermann. Oskar did a great podcast for Resident Advisor few days back. On the support duties we have Fatty M, Schwa and Arker. In case that is not enough tempting for you we are adding the 2nd room with with Multi Culti representatives Dreems & Rif Raf plus Pratersauna resident and Viennese house gangster Dennes Deen. This Saturday. Ticks at the door only. Come early, leave late.
Our long time favorite jock and producer Tom Trago is finally coming to Prague. Dutch disco infused house wizard will perform at the Burning Of The Witches (or Walpurgis) night on the 30th April. We will reveal the locating next week, but what we can already mention is that it will be both day time and night time party for about 400 people at the Praha 4 location. Tickets are now available at the Q Cafe and Anonymous Cafe. You can also message us via firstname.lastname@example.org and arrange a personal pick up. Be quick, this event will sell out!
78th Beef Records release comes from a young newcomer out of Paris – Marc Karsten. ‘Acid Sky’ EP features three original cuts that are deep and serve nicely as a warm-up material at night or anytime during those daytime gatherings. Remix treatment comes from a polish mastermind Kuba Sojka. Kuba already belongs to a well established producers with releases on labels like Dogmatik and Mathematics and is supported by people such as Zenker Brothers, Vince Watson, DJ Deep and many more. On this EP he took care of ‘Acid Sky’ and gave it a melodic detroit-ish feel.
Buy the whole EP via Traxsource, Bandcamp and Beatport.
This Friday we are hosting our first Komiks warehouse party in magic city Brno. We are bringing EDWARD from Giegling records, HRTL live (Bastl Instruments), Schwa, Fatty M, Lumiere and Eva Porating. It will be held at Hlavni Nadrazi (Mala Amerika) and besides musical programming you can expect visual and art exhibtions by Ondřej Ševčík (Primal Ritual), FAVU absolvents and XYZ Project. Come early! Info about tix is on RA and FB.
If you can’t make it to Brno on Friday you can catch EDWARD in Prague at the awesome Cross Club. Fifth instalment of the ANA.LOCK party will also host Ireen Amnes from Egg club London at the Room 2. More info is on RA and FB.
Gilles Aiken, the Berlin DJ better known as Edward, makes shadowy club tracks with a surrealistic edge. With a sharp sense of groove — something tracks, his immersive DJ sets — but it’s his cosmic streak that gives his music depth. Over the years this combination has made him a mainstay of Berlin’s WHITE label as well as Weimar’s esteemed Giegling crew and John Talabot’s Hivern Discs.
Aiken pored over countless old records in search of samples and inspiration, all the while half-consciously putting together a mix of those records. That’s what we get on: a journey into the psychedelic murk that lies just under the surface of Aiken’s music.