Dancers features plenty of exciting collaborations with artists from an array of musical backgrounds, including Georg Levin, half of Wahoo with Dixon and a BBE and Sonar Kollektiv associate, Parallel Dance Ensemble's vocalist Coco Solid, Sex Judas – a mysterious but frequent collaborator with Tim, and Ben Shemie from fast rising Canadian band The Suuns as well as Forrest, someone very much about to breakthrough in his own right. Together they have crafted a standout album that joins the dots between indie dance, post punk, electro and house music.
Tim Paris- It’s not easy ploughing a furrow that ain’t already been ploughed in dance music, but Tim Paris makes it look easy. Nestling somewhere between the sideways slant of a sepia Sunday morning and the electrostatic seduction of a Saturday night, Tim has carved out a cultural niche that is his, and his alone. His original productions range from the jaw-droppingly original (It’s a Fine Line – Woman), to the heartbreakingly sublime (Tim Paris – Outback, Stones and Vinyl), and his remixes (Silicone Soul; The Xx; Telepop Musik; Salif Keita) reflect his unique musical position. Tim’s label, Marketing Music, has quietly gone about releasing some of the most innovative and gloriously confounding electronic house music of the past decade, and his collaboration with ex Black Strobe bohemian Ivan Smagghe, It’s a Fine Line, has borne fruit, after juicy fruit. Dancers, his first full-length release, was signed by Canadian label My Favorite Robot and is an astonishing piece of work. Switching effortlessly from metallic electro purring, to slack-jawed new-wave disco, to shimmering, bewitching, house, it marks a new high point in a career rammed full of them.
Choe’- Poised between genres and aesthetics, French DJ and producer Chloé maintains a style that effortlessly moves between the dark and the sensual. It reflects a unique eclecticism which has led her to become one of the most sought-after leaders of the contemporary scene.
Artists OR Speakers: Chloe' (KTDJ/ Throne of Blood), Tim Paris (It's a fine line/ Marketing).
Address: 25 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London, LONDON, UK, E2 8AA
The Basing House is a welcome edition to East London’s thriving bar and club scene. Situated on Kingsland Road, in the very heart of Shoreditch, this 300 capacity late-licensed venue is the ideal setting for parties of a more clandestine nature. Each weekend features an array of curated events where you can look forward to hearing music supplied in it’s finest form by a number of renowned DJ’s, brands and record labels. With its exposed brickwork, intimate environment, devastating Funktion 1 sound system and a dedication to underground music, the Basing House has all the right ingredients for a big night out. In addition, we also have a lovely little roof garden for those of you who wish to take a little break from the main room and grab some fresh air.