This Saturday, March 17th, sees Jennifer Cardini’s Correspondant Music take over the intimidating Room Two soundsystem at one of our favourite big clubs. Alongside herself she’s also bringing three comrades, one of whom has painstakingly prepared a rather engaging mix.
Better yet by clicking the link below this news story you can grab a copy for free. But first, in case you’re not already acquainted, let’s do the introductions. Clement Meyer is the Frenchman responsible for Get The Curse, a blog and podcast series that’s noteworthy for two reasons. A- It’s actually good, not just irritating. B- It has grown into a music collective that hosts parties in prime Parisian venues, and subsequently spawned an eponymous label.
Like we said, it really is a high quality outlet, meaning such developments make perfect sense. And without great taste in tracks there’s little chance of success in this electronic world, so clearly the boss in charge knows a thing or to about how to pick them. His set at Fabric should be more than worth checking out then, as with the aforementioned Cardini, Abe Duque, and Tomas More- his roommates for the evening.
Just in case that’s not enough to float your boat both the club’s main men- Messrs Richards and Francis- will play Room One and Three respectively, with names like Matthias Tanzmann, Martinez, The Pushamann, Hesseltime, and Two&Eight also cropping up in the billing. Not bad, not bad at all- full details are beneath the instructions on how to claim that free Clement Meyer mixtape, meanwhile tickets and so forth can be found by clicking here.
Saturday 17th February 2012
77a Charterhouse Street, London, EC1M 3HN
11PM – 8AM / £12-£18
Abe Duque (LIVE)