BREED 2nd Birthday Party -and adios!

BREED returns this Friday to celebrate its second birthday.

Hitting the decks will be the original line up of Rex The Dog, Pleasure Cruiser and RUFUS&Bambi. It’s the first time in a year that we’re all back together.

This will be the last regular BREED for a while. We’ve had two fantastic years of fun, new music and new friends, but it’s time to take a break and head back into the studio.

If you haven’t been down, and you want to, this is the last chance!

Massive thanks to everyone at Dalston Superstore, and everyone who has come down over the last two years and made the party such a blast.

With the full BREED posse back together, this last one should be a big one…

RSVP on Facebook to guarantee entry

BREED 12 flyer

Tusk Wax / Last Waltz

We went to Dance Tunnel a few weeks ago, the new venue in Dalston run by the same crew who run Dalston Superstore. The night was a showcase for the vinyl-only record label Tusk Wax. We didn’t know Tusk Wax before, but we do now!

3 tusk vinyls

This is Tusk Wax 10 which is by Franz Underwear. The last track ‘Futuro Perfecto’ is a beautiful stack of pulsing analogue synths, everything intertwining but nothing getting tangled. It sounds quite laid-back at home but we played it at The Loft in Barcelona and it sounded massive. Check it out in this Tusk Wax 10 preview (‘Futuro Perfecto’ starts three quarters of the way through the clip)

platter

A highlight of the party was the closing set from Tusk Wax artists Last Waltz .

Announced today is a new Last Waltz e.p which will be Tusk Wax 11. The previews sound amazing and we want it now (track A1 especially).

Check it ouuuuuuuuut…..

Links:

Tusk Wax  Dance Tunnel  Franz Underwear  Last Waltz

Rex interviewed by Tilllate Magazine

tilllate screenshot

Here’s an interview we did with Tilllate Magazine. Apparently I am about to explode. This may be related to the pasta and haloumi thing I just ate.

To read the interview, click the picture and head to page 38

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