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We are big fans of Terror Tone. After debuting him on Channel One almost two years ago Luke Terror Tone [&hellip
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Back again for another journey into the deep murky depths of the underground is one of our absolute favourite DJ’s, [&hellip
From the designer clothes of France to the designer drugs of the dance, the French James Bond DJ TASC returns to CHANNEL ONE after too long an absence.
One of the things that we really notice thatâ€™s different between the current crop of young DJ’s from when we were starting out, (many, many late nights ago) is that the new generation isn’t waiting around for anybody to bring them in like we had to go thru. They have their own music, their own parties and have created their own scenes. We love that. Thatâ€™s what keeps us excited and motivated to always be on the hunt for that next shit. These dudes are that Next Shit.
For his debut Channel One mix Sylvermayne goes into house mode. Rolling out everything from murky late night grooves and futuristic Disco, to soul drenched afterhours favourites paired against harder, darker mutant funky. This mix is almost as big as the man himself, like seriously, homeboy is at least twice the size of anybody in our circle, so it’s a good thing his mix is dope cause we would have had a hard time turning the man down!
In an industry thatâ€™s so often governed by trends and fads, Lee Coombsâ€™ unwavering ability to simultaneously destroy dancefloors and push musical boundaries almost 20 years since he first touched a pair of turntables is a remarkable achievement in itself. Thereâ€™s little doubt that his impressive sonic skills will be rocking ears for many years to come
Giving you a sneak preview of what goes down at a Channel One event, DJ Lush steps up with the late night slot at our NYE house party. By this point the dance was an all out shoulder to shoulder sloppy sweaty mess, just the way we like it! Even the cop cars were lining up just outside the window while our door staff turned away all the drunken transients trying to gain entry.
For our NYE party the crew all drew straws to see who would play the midnight set. Tasc Money won the draw and took on the countdown with his tradmark selection, dropping everything from new gems to certified classic’s all while alternating between Grey Goose and that New Years bubbly stuff (Veuve Cliquot).