New London club will open its doors with monstrous 27-hour New Years line-up featuring Âme, Ben Klock, Rødhåd & more

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London is adding a new chapter to its dance music history books with the opening of a new late-night venue over New Years Eve weekend.

E1 London is a former factory that’s been transformed into a vast, world-class music space, simply waiting to host the who’s who in established and emerging talent from the global dance realm.

The new club will be opening on NYE weekend and is boasting a stellar 27-hour lineup in honor of the occasion. E1’s presenting an enticing array of melodic and electronic heavyweights such as Âme, Mano Le Tough, Kiasmos, and Denis Horvat. In the early hours of New Years’ Day, E1 will be moving into a more intense sonic style with the Klockworks boss Ben Klock holding it down, plus a number of fervent sets from Rødhåd, Planetary Assault Systems, and more.

E1 London also promises a state of the art audio experience as it has collaborated with Sound Services Ltd on a new bespoke, integrated Funktion-One sound system for the venue.

 

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Tickets are available here.

H/T: Mixmag

 

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Premiere: Fideles sign onto Afterlife & show off creative restraint with ‘Hadar’

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Italy is having an unprecedented musical moment within the underground. The Southern European nation — led by Tale Of Us, DJ Tennis and others — has become a hub for avant-garde, melodic house & techno, with the rest of the world ravenously consuming the sounds born from the region.

Fideles are yet another Italian outfit on the rise, and they’ve already begun carving out their niche within the melodic tech sphere. Inching their way into it in 2010, they’ve since had the pleasure of releasing on Josh Wink’s Ovum, Innervisions, and other reputable imprints. Their next milestone comes in the form of a release on fellow Italian imprint Afterlife, where bosses Tale Of Us have recognized their skill through signing a five-track Impressum EP.

“Hadar” is the second piece on the record’s A-side, and it does well in showing off Fideles’ nuanced approach to impactful song production. While lacking in over-the-top elements, “Hadar” unfolds in a positively entrancing way, easing the listener into its flow with haunting, windy samples in the background that line subdued kicks and an arpeggiated hook that creates a sense of unease in the mind. In forging such a brooding, hypnotizing composition, they fit themselves seamlessly into the Afterlife aesthetic while also showing off their own artistic chops as a duo.

The aforementioned record has already been well-received on the club circuit.  They sent it to Tale Of Us in hopes of it being played out to in their sets, then, according to them, “After 2 weeks we saw a video of the guys playing ‘Hadar’ and crowd going crazy in return.” It was so well-received by fans, who “increasingly commented asking for the ‘Track ID,’” that their entire EP was soon signed onto Afterlife as its eighth output.

Impressum will be available on digital and vinyl shelves beginning on October 27.

 

 

Pre-order the ‘Impressum’ EP here

 

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