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This Saturday 2 of Cable's biggest nights go head-to-head to see who reigns supreme in the battle of the Drum and Bass heavyweights, as We Fear Silence faces off against Idiosynphonic.

The main room reads a who's who of DnB legends and rising stars, with the one and only Goldie headlining alongside veteran, Fabio. Joining them will be Bristol boy DJ Die and a rare performance from liquid don, Commix. The main room is completed by Shogun Audio's very own Technimatic, with rising stars Koncept and Tomek N in the mix as well.

Ahead of their performance headlining Room 2 alongside Katie’s Ambition, Mr A and more, Dubstep duo Baratone have put together this exclusive mix to get you in the mood.

We Fear Silence vs Idiosynphonic with Goldie, Fabio & Commix
Saturday 30th March at Cable, London

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Boddika truly is one of the busiest and most in-demand DJs in the world right now. The deeper, darker side of House & Techno has risen once again, with Berlin and London at the very heart of the scene, from the sweaty, bare concrete warehouse raves in East London, to the legendary giant power stations at the backbone of the Berlin underground. Boddika's sound fits this mold perfectly; raw and stripped back, drawing influences from both Acid and Electro, harsh in places, but still with some sort of soul. His own imprint, Nonplus Records, personifies the scene perfectly at the moment, with artists such as Endian, Skudge and Kassem Mosse calling it home, and their much anticipated latest release, Think and Change, featuring the likes of Joy Orbison, Pearson Sound and Four Tet.

Ahead of his headlining performance this Saturday for the We Fear Silence 4th Birthday bash alongside Dexter, BNJMN, Roman Lindau and Braiden, Boddika has put together his own 7 Ways to Fear Silence.

4 Years of We Fear Silence with Boddika & more
Saturday 23rd March at Cable, London

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Party Starters:

1. Radio Slave - Grindhouse - Dubfire Terror Planet RMX - Rekids

This track builds up to perfection, perfect groove and sound effects that builds to an epic climax, club destroyer.

2. Boddika & Joy Orbison - Mercy - Boddika's VIP - Nonplus Records

I've watched clubs go insane to this rmx for the last year, it was only meant to be a personnel weapon, but due to demand i had to release it.

3. Bobby Peru (Paul Woolford) - Erotic Discourse (Original Mix) - 2020 Vision

Subtle and deadly track, build and release... always gets a reaction.

Tracks to chill to:

4. STL - From A Distance - Smallville Records

My favourite track by Stephan Laubner, nostalgic and dubby to the point of bliss.

5. Levon Vincent - Invisible Bitchslap - Deconstruct

Calming and moody, this track is incredible to get hot and sweaty to on a hot summers night.

6. The Other People Place - It's Your Love - Warp Records

A favourite track from my favourite album ever written, R.I.P.James Stinson.

Track i would most like to have produced:

7. The Other People Place - Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe - Warp Records (Album)

To me this album is perfection and i wish i'd written it.

Loose Synths – the blog that blends a cross section of some of the finest underground promoters in dance music, started their label as a means to promote the best in contemporary. Starting with their regular night at The Alibi, the group has expanded tenfold. And on Saturday 23rd March – they join a line-up of house heavyweights that include the like of Boddika, BNJMN, Dexter and Roman Lindau – as they take over Room 2, at Cable.

In celebration, Loose Synths comrade, Shooting Horses has put together a mix for the crew at Pulse Radio, which debuted today.

Their latest single, ‘Think Of You’, is out through the label April 1st.

4 Years of We Fear Silence with Boddika, BNJMN, Dexter in Room 1. Loose Synths host Room 2.
Saturday 23rd March at Cable, London

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Our friends over at Idiosynphonic returned to Cable on Friday 1st March, bringing with them a selection of Drum and Bass' finest. Heading up the bill was a true pioneer of the scene and one of the most revered and respected producers from day one, the one and only, Dillinja. Joining him was the multi-award winning Playaz head honcho, Hazard, as well as Ram Records boy Culture Shock joining in on the fun with a host of others.

Check out this exclusive recording from our main room of the man himself, Dillinja...enjoy!

Next Idiosynphonic:

We Fear Silence vs Idiosynphonic with Goldie, Fabio & Commix
Saturday 30th March at Cable, London

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Last week, Twitter announced plans for it’s very own music streaming service. After buying the Australian music discovery program, We Are Hunted, last year, twitter have reported using the program to track data, in an attempt to build their own standalone music app.

The app, which will reportedly be called Twitter Music, tracks social media, bit torrent and other streaming services to build a pseudo-chart of online music. It is said that it will offer personalised artist and song recommendations, with suggestions pegged to SoundCloud – allowing artists to make suggestions using a network of hashtags.

And seeing as everyone loves a good suggestion – just look at the musical discovery that youtube has allowed – this development sounds like an exciting one.

For more info, read Fact Mag’s piece on the issue -

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