12:00am – 2:00am
Santiago Salazar w/guest Patrice Scott – SANTUARIO
“Santuario is your sanctuary for deep electronic beats ranging from house music, electro and techno music. Santuario will feature music from underground labels throughout the world
Patrice Scott’s roots in the Detroit music scene go a long way back. At the age of just 11 he lived down the road from early DJ group Direct Drive and it was at these block parties that Scott decided that this is what he wanted to do. That his inspiration should be so deeply rooted in live music and the dance floor environment makes sense – he has become known as one of the most innovative and dynamic club DJs from the Motor City with his own deep and textured house & techno sound.
In those early days of the Detroit techno scene Patrice was exposed to legendary artist and disc jockeys like Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, Jeff Mills as well as radio personality The Electrifying Mojo. Patrice also was profoundly inspired by the Chicago Sounds of Larry Heard, Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles a few hundred miles west.
Patrice’s music reflects much of the rich sound palette of deep house and techno from the 1990’s but combines this with a sense of constant innovation which depends less on trends and fashions and more on Scott’s own passion for seeking out an otherworldliness in music.
In 2006 Scott launched his own imprint, Sistrum Recordings, which has since released a long series of records to ongoing critical acclaim. 2015 saw the long awaited release of this debut album – “Euphonium” – where Scott displayed “jaw – dropping production prowess, both from a programming and compositional perspective” (Resident Advisor)
Patrice Scott remains one of the scenes most ambitious and interesting figures with a relentless focus on unique music, the dance floor environment and collaborating with a compelling selection of American and European artists.
9:00am – 10:00am
MR TC – guest session
MR TC aka Thomas Lea Clarke is a Musician and resident DJ at Glasgow’s Art School Club, where his club night ‘Night of the Jaguar’ provides the city with an alternative type of dancefloor that embraces the weird, dark, slow, off-kilter and psychedelic productions that he has come to be known for through his releases on Optimo Music. His DJ sets move through genres without prejudice, incorporating wave, post-punk, industrial, dub, EBM, electro, left-field disco, tropical oddities, house and techno.
The popularity ofhis productions (support from the likes of Optimo, Red Axes, Ivan Smagghe, Jennifer Cardini, Rebolledo, Manfredas and Lena Willikens) has led to Clarke being booked to DJ and play live increasingly regularly outside of his Glasgow base, playing the likes of Panorama Bar, Renate and Griesemuehle in Berlin, Bar and Pip in the Netherlands, 20/44 Belgrade, Bossa Nova Civic club NYC, MN Roy in Mexico City, and Nuits Sonores festival in Lyon over the past year.For his live show he plays with a 3 piece band,reproducing and extending the energy of his records with synths, drum machines, samplers, effects, guitars and live drums.
The past year has seen Clarke travel to Ghana along side Conal Blake (of Whilst and the MR TC live band) to carry out a collaborative recording project with members of the Tafi Cultural Institute; The resulting mini album ‘Outside Rhythm’ was recently released on JD Twitch’s Autonomous Africa.
10:00am – 12:00pm
Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave – Things of Life
It’s the simple things isn’t it? The little things of life. Good food, sunshine, no traffic, dark coffee, 72˚ breeze, telephone off the hook and music every Friday morning a la Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave.
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Los Guapos feat. Mark de Clive-Lowe w/Brandon Coleman, Kamasi Washington, Techdizzle, Allakoi Pete, Samir Moulay and Dale Black – Destination OUT! Radio Hour
Join Brandon Coleman and his friends Kamasi Washington, Techdizzle, Allakoi Pete, Samir Moulay, Dale Black as they talk to Mark de Clive-Lowe about music, the funk, Brandon’s unique use of the vocoder, his influences and get an Exclusive first listen to tracks off of ’Resistance’, Brandon’s new album for Brainfeeder (out Sept 14).
Destination OUT! is every Tuesday from 8-11 PM at Rudolph’s Bar & Tea inside the Freehand Hotel, highlighting the freshest and most exciting jazz artists today in an intimate setting. Guests have included Brandon Coleman, Kamasi Washington, Jeff Parker, Teodross Avery, Makaya McCraven, Tom Misch, Theo Croker, Te’Amir, Ethio Cali, Katalyst, and more.
Color photos by Kristina Bakrevski
1:00pm – 2:00pm
Slayron – Analogue Players Club
Slayron digs deep in to the abyss of tones, drones, dubs, clubs, riddims and rhythms, smooth grooves and deep moves. Sometimes friends joins sometimes He flys the BassShip solo…
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Secret Circuit – Cosmic Neighborhood
An avid record collector for many years, the “Cosmic Neighborhood” will focus on new finds, old classics, and self made experiments in genres ranging from electronic, krautrock, psych, disco, house, dub, world, soul, punk, noise, lite jazz and and spiritual musics all blended into one brain melding coincidence. Even the occasional live performance can occur without warning! – Secret Circuit
4:00pm – 6:00pm
P Relief – Kinda
P Relief started as a joke and will always be slightly impish. The same lightheartedness can be heard throughout the music played on Kinda. If you know then you know!
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Jeffery Plansker – Jazz Advance
Starting from the crosshairs of 60’s hard bop, Jazz Advance moves through time and location covering off everything from contemporary Northern European Avant Guard to Brazilian Bossa Nova, Rare Groove and Cake Walks of the early 1900’s. This program draws from personal record collecting to in studio performances of local and international players. Each show finds a unique look at this ever evolving and always influential form called Jazz.
Jeffery Plansker is a commercial film director and native of Detroit. He runs the “occasional” online radio station pocketradio.org and the concept store thebloke.com. Additionally he maintains a record & DVD label called geodesic.com where the project “Beneath Detroit” is currently under way.
8:00pm – 10:00pm
45 Live Radio Show w/guest DJ Ollie Teeba
100% 45rpm 7″ singles, covering many and any genres of music. Hosted by Greg Belson and featuring guest mixes each and every show from members of the 45 Live international DJ team. Expect heavy soul, deep funk, breakbeats, gospel, leftfield, electronica, psyche, rock, acid, pop, and, well, anything you can think of, as long as it’s on a 45!
Traveling the streets to South London, we find our next guest ploughing the crates for an all soundtrack set;
DJ OLLIE TEEBA (The Herbaliser / SoundSci)
His set bounces across a plethora of countries from Japan to the United States and back again….it’s a tour de force of funk rhythms, audio soundscapes and themes taken from a stack of movies with varying focus points. One things for sure, it’s a monster alright!
10:00pm – 11:59pm
Daniel Troberg – Transition
Daniel Troberg lives and breathes electronic music. Started dabbling with home computers in the 80s and discovering DJing, music production started soon there after. Being charted by such luminaries as Cari Lekebusch, DJ Rok, Laurent Garnier, Josh Wink, Richie Hawtin and a slew of others, Daniels production has also taken him DJing alongside people like John Tejada, Dan Bell, Claude Young, Juan Atkins, Arthur Baker to name a few. Daniel has been involved in electronic music instrument manufacturer Elektron Music Machines since 1999 and today he runs the US division of Elektron in Los Angeles, CA.