Cable

Saturday 11th May 2013

Objektivity London Showcase with Dennis Ferrer & SIS

DJs: Dennis Ferrer, Sis, Julian Perez, Andre Hommen, Jack Fell Down

Objektivity is excited to announce the first in a series of exclusive London showcases. The ‘Sons of Raw’ concept sees head honcho Dennis Ferrer team up with new and exciting underground talent to provide a unrivalled experience for those who like their house deep, damp and downright dirty.

As a Son of Raw himself, DENNIS FERRER decided to gather around promising talents whose veins are filled with the same raw blood as his, hence the name: ‘Sons of Raw’. One of whom is the much sought-after German DJ / Producer ‘SIS’ whose releases on Desolat, 8 Bit, and Cecille have gained him some serious accolade and left him highly in demand all over the world. SIS has been named as best breakthough act, as well as being awarded "Producer of the Year" and "Track of the Year" by Groove magazine. Raveline named him the #2 Live Act of the year and Newcomer of the year. A very welcome and exciting addition to Sons of Raw !

We are thrilled to present another compliment to the sound that is Objektivity; ‘JULIAN PEREZ’ (VIVa Music, Leftroom, Fathers & Sons). Julian has built a solid reputation around the world, building a solid following of fans with his elegantly moving and absorbing groovy style. The best way to get to know and enjoy Julian is to listen to him in his own world behind the decks. His sound now goes well beyond deep and old school house grooves, pushing a unique sound that has continuously provided a soundtrack for some of the worlds best party experiences.

After introducing The Martinez Brothers to the world, Dennis Ferrer’s sharp eye for talent fell on André Hommen (co-producer of ‘No Difference’) With successful releases and already legendary back2back sets with Dennis Ferrer under his belt, we look forward to welcoming André to warm things up for the night.

The final addition to the line up is the emerging new talent ‘JACK FELL DOWN’. Although still relatively new, the duo seem to be making all the right noises. Each release they have had to date has charted in the Juno top 10 including their new 12″ on Home Taping Is Killing Music. With regular plays on Radio 1 their ‘low-slung sexy house’ opened Jaymo & Andy George’s brand new Moda compilation along side acts like Eats Everything, Disclosure and The 2Bears.

Over the last five years, New York’s infamous deep house imprint has earned its place among the other major label showcases flocking the world’s most important dance music conference and biggest club festivals. After successful showcases at Trouw, Toffler, Studio 80, De Karavaan and sold out ADE editions from 2008 till 2012. Objektivity is coming to the capital via Cable London; Buried under the depths of London Bridge, Cable incorporates impressive industrial aesthetics within its vast railway arches, metallic air-ducting and exposed brickwork. It boasts a custom-built Nova sound system providing unrivalled power and definition. Along with a high-end lighting rig, and three separate spaces including a chilled ambient seating area away.

Capacity is purposely limited to ensure the experience is raw, intimate and unforgettable. Tickets are in high demand for this event so early purchase is recommended.

10:00pm ~ 6:00am

£10 1st Release
£12.50 2nd Release
£15 3rd Release
£20 Final Release
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£30 Queue Jump

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