We Fear Silence presents Sunday Best.


We Fear Silence have built a reputation for putting on some of the best and most innovative parties in London over recent years, not afraid to mix things up they’ve presented parties as diverse as Border Community to Chew the Fat. They have partnered with some of the biggest names in electronic music, and are now working to bring some serious parties to London’s Cable.

For the next instalment they welcome Bestival’s head honcho  Rob da Bank, as he presents his own Sunday Best, the iconic and eclectic label that’s known for finding some of the best hidden gems in music.

‘Cable’s Main Room is headlined by an all-time dance music legend in the shape of Photek, touching down in London from his new base in LA to showcase his brand new live show. One of jungle and drum’n’bass’ pivotal producers who subsequently made an acclaimed house album, Photek aka Rupert Parkes is an innovator whose influence on the current wave of cutting-edge producers is palpable at every club across the country.

Also headlining the Main Room is Actress aka Darren Cunningham, whose tracks blur dubstep, techno, electro with a fearlessly experimental mindset, resulting in masterstrokes like last year’s ‘Splazsh’ album, released on Honest Jons and hailed by everyone from Pitchfork to The Wire, and his debut long player, ‘Hazyville’, released on Werk Discs. Keeping Cable’s Main Room party in full swing, XL-signed Bullion and Sunday Best and Bestival ringmaster Rob da Bank will be bringing the platters that matter to the ones and twos.

Room 2 is programmed by  FACT, who are taking over with a showcase for breaking new UK producers Champion, Ossie, Brey and Logos, plus FACT DJs. Champion is the man behind some of UK Funky’s biggest anthems in ‘Lighter’, ‘Motherboard’ and ‘Tribal Affair’, back with a vengeance in 2011 with a series of releases on his own label, Terror Danjah’s label and more, while Ossie‘s ‘Tarantula’ track put in work last year as one of the UK underground’s most revered dubplates, caned by Joy Orbison, Ramadanman and the rest.’

Sounds like yet another winning partnershop for the folk at We Fear Silence.

curated by Rob da Bank

Rob da Bank

Room 2: FACT MAG
a showcase for breaking new talent curated by www.factmag.com

Champion (Harddrive)
Ossie (Hyperdub)
Brey (Svetlana)
Logos (Keysound)

10pm – 6am

Tickets: www.wefearsilence.com // www.residentadvisor.net/wefearsilence
£8 limited advance / £10 advance tickets & students door / £13 door

Cable, Bermondsey St Tunnel, London SE1 3JW
www.cable-london.com // 020 7403 7730
Nearest Tube Station: London Bridge