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Julio Bashmore takes front stage again as his hugely anticipated remixes of Deadboy's 'Heartbreaker' is set for Well Rounded Housing Project’s 3rd release this October.

The Bristol born producer is about to bring in the end of summer on a high after an already very successful year. With an exclusive Radio One Essential Mix last weekend, plus two thumping remixes; one of Mosca’s 'Tilt Shift' on Fat City and of Christophe’s 'The Force' on Bristol's Futureboogie label, this release was going to make it 3rd time a charm with both the freshness and originality which we have grown to love in Bashmore’s sound.

Deadboy’s original 'Heartbreaker' was released in 2009 on Well Rounded and is already well known as a solid gold midnight anthem so it must have been a tough act to follow, but we can see from Julio’s 2010 remix he twists the tones subtly, playing more on the cool, stylish, streetlight ambience created by the original. He matches, if not enhances, the night-time atmosphere by keeping in most of the original’s percussive sounds, including the funky cracked snares. However, the track holds its own deep Chicago House undertone with the new filled out disco baseline.

Heartbreaker (Julio Bashmore 2010/ 2009 Remix) – Deadboy

His 2009 remix is far more what we have learned to expect from Bashmore - he sends the track out from the cold moonlit streets and onto the dance floor. With the addition of an absorbing wooden block 2 step rhythm and some stunted vocals, the tune doubles up on itself with a smooth and padded wholeness. The deep cushioned baseline strikes a chord which excuse the pun can only be described as Well Rounded! Bring on the winter warmers!


Radiohead - TKOL RMX 1234567

The latest Radiohead album is collection of music which appeared on a series of seven releases that came out this summer on vinyl and lossless digital format. Each release contained a set of remixes from The King of Limbs, the bands eighth studio album which was released earlier in the year.

Radiohead - Lotus Flower (Jacques Greene Remix) [Ticker Tape LTD]

With the artists brought in on this project, the expectations are high and individually every track is a great rethought on the original. Highlights include remixes by Jacques Greene, Objekt, Four Tet, Jamie xx, Blawan and SBTRKT making this album accessible to fans across the spectrum of electronic music.

Radiohead - Lotus Flower (SBTRKT Remix) [Ticker Tape LTD]

The problem with a collection of music is just that, a collection without real flow or direction - unlike all of Radiohead's original material - and although individually all these tracks stand alone, they do not gel together as an album.

The rest of this album can be previewed on Radiohead's Soundcloud and the full release will be available from Juno on the 10th of October.


Featuring ARKIST

Arkist is yet another great producer to emerge from Bristol in the last couple of years. We featured him earlier this year and since then he has had huge releases on Apple Pips and with Kidkut on Hotflush Recordings. To follow those he has surprisingly released the Double Zero EP this week as a free download to the public.

Double Zero Minimix - Arkist

The whole EP, which can be previewed above in a minimix by the man himself, can be downloaded here.  It features the great tracks, 'Double Zero', 'Rephlex Blast', 'Crumbs of a Spectre', 'Crossroads' and 'Appleseed'. If you're hard up for disk space, our highlights are available to download below.

Crossroads - Arkist

Double Zero - Arkist

You can also check out his Hotflush Podcast which also came out this week over at their website.

Rustie - Glass Swords LP

Rustie has been producing quality beats since 2007 and it is hard to believe that the London based producer is only just releasing his first LP. The album is being released by the prestigious Warp Records who have already released his single 'Ulta Thizz' earlier in September. Warp seems to be a fitting label for Rustie as his futuristic and experimental sound sits perfectly alongside label peers such as Hudson Mohawke and Flying Lotus.

Rustie will release the Glass Swords LP in early October and the hype surrounding this long awaited album suggests that it is going to be a huge. Apart from Hudson Mohawke’s Satin Panthers EP release earlier this year it is hard to remember something sounding so fresh and different. It takes guts to experiment so extremely, with a mixture of 80’s pop and contemporary rap templates fusing into a synergy of electronic genius. Rustie is producing an underground renaissance of progressive electronic music that is grasping the music world by storm.

There will be thirteen tracks on this album with each song giving its own razor-edged intensity that fluctuates throughout. The tracks create an energetic vibe of unorthodox glitches and micro samples that at times cross a fine line between being overcomplicated and frantic. However Rustie somehow manages to balance the hectic array of beats and warps them into an aesthetic cohesion.

The two most prolific tracks in the album have to be 'All Night' and 'Ultra Thizz' which both perfectly depict Rustie’s experimental direction in full effect. The first taste of the album 'All Night' gives a crisp and fun vibe that uses hip hop instrumentals fused with 80’s electro beats. Then we have 'Ultra Thizz' which is more of a futuristic journey of stadium style synths and chopped vocals. It seems that Rustie has broken from the mould and produced something that is not meant to fit into any category or set pattern. Trying to label this album into a genre would be pointless as it is a combination of various influences and this is one of the reasons why it gives off such a refreshing sensation.


Introducing BWANA

Nathan Micay aka Bwana is a 20 year old producer previously based in Toronto, who has recently moved over to Leeds to try and make an impact on the U.K scene. He stated that he can't wait to move over with everything back in Canada being 'just Skrillex, Skrillex, Skrillex!'. This exciting new producer released his first free EP earlier this year on the Infinite Machine label, featured three tracks that each show the diverse and developed skill the young producer has. However the track that propelled Nathan into the public eye was 'Baby, Let Me Finish' - a soothing, bass infused track that uses R&B vocals from Ciara and soft synth chords to slowly seduce and entice the listener. Listening you can't help but hear the influence from other producers such as Koreless and Deadboy, using hypnotic vocals to slowly build and develop the song.

Infinite Machine's quality has been second to none recently with the label releasing work from upcoming producers ∆dmin and 123 Mrk earlier this month and the addition of Bwana to the team has only implemented the strength that they are generating.

Baby, Let Me Finish - Bwana

Bwana's soundcloud page has been a hive of activity over the past couple of months and it was only a matter of time before the young producer took the next step and thought about releasing a 12". Bwana will release his 12" on the Infinite Machine label, which will feature 'It Ain't Done Till It's Over' accompanied by 4 other remixes. This track again uses R&B samples alongside haunting overtones that give off a similar vibe to his previous works but at the same time is individually attractive. Only one remix has been confirmed by Sibian & Faun who give the track a glitched vibe that juggles the vocals and gives the track another dimension. The other remixes have not been confirmed yet but Bwana states it's a 'big lineup' and if the first remix is anything to go by, then it will be huge.

It Ain't Done Till It's Over - Bwana [forthcoming Infinite Machine]

It Ain't Done Till It's Over (Sibian & Faun Remix) - Bwana [forthcoming Infinite Machine]

Nathan has already announced that he will be releasing some new material soon and if the young producer keeps releasing such quality then he will be a household name by 2012.


How's your footwork?

It was music that was just made to dance to, and thanks to the people at Planet Mu the Chicago Juke/Footwork scene has been broadcast across the world. With their second volume of Bangs & Works set to be released in November, the movement is sure to continue to grow.

What really caught our eye, however, is a series of footwork edits of classic jungle and hardcore tunes that have surfaced this year which were really highlighted by NYC's Travis Stewart aka Machinedrum in his recent mix for FACT. Included on the mix were edits from artists like Phillip D Kick, Distal, Chrissy Murderbot plus a whole slew by Machinedrum himself which became the core of his Ecstasy Boom EP.

The EP was only given away for a week in July to all who bought a copy of his latest album Room(s) but thanks to Machinedrum you can download his edit of Roni Size's 'New Forms' below.

New Forms (Machinedrum Juke Edit) - Roni Size

If you want more music like this, check out Phillip D Kick's edit of 'Renegade Snares' below, from his two fantastic  Footwork Jungle releases.

Renegade Snares (Phillip D Kick Edit) - Omni Trio

Both 4-track EPs feature edits of classic tunes by Adam F, Krome & Time and DJ Taktix are available to download for free, Volume 1 and Volume 2.

The third installment from Phillip D Kick is coming soon so keep your eyes peeled.

Martyn - Ghost People LP

Washington DC based producer Martyn takes a step back to reflect in his new release Ghost People out on Brainfeeder. The LP gives off a jigsaw effect, pulling apart genres of music while delicately piecing together a mass of influences from all over the musical spectrum. The album itself is a masterpiece; ram packed with deep nostalgic notes while being filled to the brim with crunching dance floor bangers!

“My last album, 'Great Lengths,’ was very personal. A lot of the music and the themes behind it were taken out of my daily life: my sorrows and my melancholy. For this album, I chose things that are further away from me: the Ghost People theme. There are references to DJing in general. Not the jet-set DJ life, but the old Paradise Garage DJ life, where people want to share and play the music they really love, regardless of if it's trendy. Nothing fancy or flashy. Just back to the roots.”

The album progresses from track to track with sharp contrasts unlike any of Martyn’s releases prior; the track ‘Twice As’ for example holds itself in a 2 step garage rhythm, with snappy snips of snares and mysterious vocal cuts underlined with a deep and funky bassline. Whereas the track ‘Popgun’ couldn't be more different; the tune is hard-wired, industrial and the dirty broken beats stir up to a massively punchy climax. The track shows Martyn’s thoughtful intent on not making 2 dimensional tracks and displays his urge to push his musical creativity into new and unknown realms. This track is defiantly one to watch!!!

Popgun - Martyn [forthcoming Brainfeeder]

The leading track which has caused the most attention in clubs so far is his pre released track Masks’, which is a dance floor mover without a doubt! The tune proves Martyn's skill in creating beauty out of pure simplicity with this smooth and suave stepper; its moody, trippy and smooth and is defiantly the highlight of the album. You can grab this baby from Juno right now!

Masks - Martyn [Brainfeeder]

Ghost People is set for release on 10 October 2011.

Mosca - The Wavey EP

2011 has been a big year for the Dutch label 3024, a joint enterprise between producer Martyn and designer Erosie, releasing EPs by the likes of Julio Bashmore, Addison Groove and Jon Convex. This momentum shows no sign of letting up with the promise of Mosca's upcoming The Wavey EP.

The announcement comes just two weeks after the release of 'Bax/Done Me Wrong' on Numbers. It is surprising that after more than 18 months of relative inactivity since his highly celebrated outing on Night Slugs the Square One EP, that Mosca would choose to deliver us two new releases in such quick succession. Hopefully this signals the dawn of a more productive period from the otherwise sparse yet highly lauded producer.

The Wavey EP steers away from the 90s garage vibe heard on his last release and finds itself firmly in darker house/techno territory.

The EP kicks off with 'Dom Perignon', a strong opening track with distant synth stabs reverberating through the fogs of rhythmic bass and stunted female vocals. 'Orange Jack' continues along a similar path but replaces the eerie female sample in favour of more prevalent hip hop orientated lyrics. The second half of the EP provides a more techno lined listening experience. 'Jager' will prove to be a particularly potent weapon in any DJ’s arsenal with its aggressive edge and relentless bassline. 'Wray’n Neph' wraps things up nicely with intoxicating low frequency waves and hypnotic melodies. All in all, a very strong release from the London based producer.

The Wavey EP will be available at Juno Download from 7 November 2011.



Kilimanjaro are a Danish duo consisting of Aron Lank Jensen and Patrick Alexander Bech Madsen, who describe their music as 'somewhere in between UK Garage, Dubstep and Techno'.

A quick look at their Facebook page shows the two seem to have been busy in their native country this year, playing at a number of festivals and club nights whilst also remixing fellow countryman Taragana Pyjarama.

The pair have recently had their first EP, titled Bajkal signed to Dark Clover Records, with a release simply stated as 'Autumn', which seeing as we're nearly in October should be fairly soon.

Opening track 'Don't Wait' is a warm, bouncy affair full of drips and drops, while the title track continues in the same vein, using everyday sounds and distorted vocal samples to create an atmospheric landscape, much in the same mould as Mount Kimbie.

Don't Wait / Bajkal – Kilimanjaro [forthcoming Dark Clover Records]

If you're after more, you can also check out the duo's collaboration with Hors and Henrik Koefod, which is available as a free download using the button on the right of the player.

Fell – Hors x Henrik Koefod x Kilimanjaro


Lando Kal - Maneuver EP

As one half of Lazersword, San Francisco native Lando Kal turned quite a few heads. Now based in Berlin, his solo releases have shown a very different side to his musical style.

Since his split Golden Handshake EP with his Lazersword partner Low Limit on Numbers, Lando Kal impressed with his release for the legendary Hotflush Recordings. 'Further', the stand out track from that release, saw him flex his house and 2-step muscles in a way that blends perfectly into the Hotflush sound.

On remix duty Lando Kal has impressed this summer with remixes of 'Liiines' by Ghostpoet and 'Love Pressure' by Sepalcure. Earlier this month his remix of 'Rhythm of the Night' surfaced and saw it released as the first from the vinyl-only Stillcold white label series (still available at Juno).

Maneuver – Lando Kal [Rush Hour]

Lando Kal's newest release is 'Maneuver' b/w 'Run It', two tracks that are sure to cement his place in the bass music world. 'Run It' is a straight up electro infused cracker but 'Maneuver' is the real eye-catcher here with skipping house beats, rave anthem synths and pulsating subs to keep your feet moving.

Maneuver will be out by the end of this month on Dutch label Rush Hour as part of their Direct Current series and will be available for purchase at Juno Records.


Scuba - Adrenalin EP

The latest EP from the man known to his mother as Paul Rose marks the latest in an ever-evolving succession of stylistic manoeuvres that have seen the Hotflush godfather effortlessly glide along the perimeter of the hardcore continuum. From his heady, sub-heavy early output (A Mutual Antipathy [2008]) to the slightly more percussive, UK funky-influenced moodiness of his sophomore opus (last year's highly-lauded Triangulation) via chunky teutonic techno excursions under the SCB alias, as well as the hands-in-the-air house with his Loss EP on Will Saul's Aus Music imprint - it's clear he's a man of many names and even more talents. Let's not forget the brash, belligerent 'Dance 4 Me' as Spectr on RKS.

For the Adrenalin EP he chooses to return to the aquatic guise under which he made his name (or one of them, anyway) although those expecting a similar return to the days of yore in terms of musical content may find themselves somewhat surprised. Scuba goes back alright. Way back. Before dubstep, before garage, maybe even before house. What you're listening to is pop music, plain and simple. And I for one am certainly not complaining.

The title track opens with the gentle pitter of vinyl crackle and pounding 707 kicks (okay, so maybe it's house music actually) as Rose gently lifts the filter on a myriad of vocal snatches. By the time that analog bassline surfaces we're firmly into fist-pumping territory. MDMA-drenched strings slowly rise along with a faceless diva's utterance of, what at least sounds like, “adrenaline”, leading to the mother of all breakdowns. That ubiquitous bassline returns after the drop, sounding a little underwhelming given the previous fanfare, but brilliant all the same.

Second cut 'Everywhere' is definitely the most pop-conscious of the three – synth stabs straight out of the GTA: Vice City soundtrack and a seriously jacking bassline joining with yet more uplifting vocals, saying things like “come on feel it” and “feel the power” - cheesy but in a good way. 'Never' is my personal favourite of the three, combining the 80s aesthetic of 'Everywhere' with the euphoria of the title track, especially around the 2-minute mark as the ferocious breakbeat meets the heart-rending string sequence. The aggregation of dancefloor potency and emotion in this particular track points to the likes of Art of Noise or New Order circa Technique.

Adrenalin EP Preview - Scuba [Hotflush]

It almost seems that having properly settled into his new home of Berlin, Paul Rose has stopped spending so much time in the big frightening downstairs room of that former Kreuzberg power station and perhaps decided to take a trip upstairs. And stayed there until Sunday afternoon when the shutters are up and the sun is shining. And then went home and wrote an EP based on this experience.

The Adrenalin EP is released via Hotflush on Monday 26 September 2011 - buy it at Juno.

Help me take away my sorrow...

It's now time for something which might have been missing at HH before, a few easy listening disco-tinged edits which hopefully the majority haven't unearthed previously. These have been hanging in the iTunes waiting for the right time to arise. Last night was our first night back in Leeds which ended with a very enjoyable 2 hour set in the top room of Stinky's Peephouse but it now feels like a Saturday, the sleep pattern is already ruined and the dark grey blanket across the sky is somewhat depressing. That all sounds very negative, the plus side is that these tracks have been helping get the mood sorted.

I Need Dollar (KRL GBPmix) - Aloe Blacc

Even After All (Guilt Trip Edit) - Finley Quaye

Open For Service (Hot Toddy Remix) - Crazy P

Summersun (Cadillac Remix) - Miami Horror

Perhaps there's beauty in the darkness.


Love is gonna tear us apart...

It's been a long time since we've had any free downloads, I'm going to make a conscious effort to get them back in line over the next couple of months, starting off with these three R&B remixes. Drake and The Weeknd should be known by all, probably the best R&B there is about at the moment. Kovu steps up on remix duties, we've come across this producer a couple of times before, in terms of production, this is his best yet, nicely structured and perfectly weighted.

Find Your Love (Kovu Remix) - Drake

Next up, Hidden Cat, whose name rings a bell but I don't think we've featured before. This track takes the original, adds a more electronic feel, emphasises the drums and takes the energy up a level. Good work!

Rolling Stone (Hidden Cat Bootleg) - The Weeknd

Lastly, the relatively new Canadian, Sinjin Hawke demonstrates his production ability with a colourful instrumental take on DJ Khaled's original which features Lil Wayne, Drake and Rick Ross on vocal duties. This one's not really our thing but there's something about it which seems like it should fit in this post! I'm sure it will be appreciated by the American audience.

I'm On One (Sinjin Hawke Remix) - DJ Khaled

Introducing DUBBEL DUTCH

Texas man, Dubbel Dutch has been carefully laying the groundwork during the last year to break out this autumn. With a slew of remixes for everyone from Brenmar to Rusko alongside releases on Palms Out Sounds, SSSSSS and in particular his impressive Remixes EP on Dutty Artz, he's set the bar pretty high for his forthcoming work.

Dubbel Dutch's next stop is the Unknown to the Unknown label with 'B Leave', a killer track that takes old school breaks and a nasty bass line, fusing them together effortlessly with a catchy vocal hook. If that wasn't enough to make you dance til dawn, on the flip is a remix by fellow American, Nguzunguzu who strips the track bare to reveal its bass shaking foundations. Whatever your poison, you're sure to be satisfied. The release date is set fot the last week in October but hopefully we will see a few promos before then.

B Leave / B Leave (Nguzunguzu Remix) – Dubbel Dutch
[forthcoming Unknown To The Unknown]

This will be followed later in the year with his remix of 'Strut' by Nguzunguzu, part of the Mirage EP, due out on Silverback Recordings. Until then check out his seriously chopped and screwed Slow Club Mix, which has been turning a lot of heads.

Slow Club Mix – Dubbel Dutch


ESS Radio Show #005 - 11.09.2011

DOWNLOAD: ESS Radio Show #005 - Hush DJs

Boddika - 2727
Skream - Rollin' Kicks
Distal - We Are VCR
Bass Clef - Rollercoasters of the Heart
2562 - Third Wave
Blawan - Iddy
Toasty - Like Sun
Pariah - The Slump
Visionist - Rock The Flock
Bok Bok - Silo Pass
XXXY - Blue Flashing Lights
Pinch & Loefah - Broken
Joe - Grimelight
Randomer - Brunk
Raven - Is It Real
Digital Mystikz - Molten
Walton - Aggy
Bambounou - Nappy Head (French Fries Remix)
Jamie Grind - Bad Attitude (And You Know It)

Deadboy - Down On My Mind
Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie xx - I'll Take Care Of You (Special DJ Version)
SCB - Loss
Julio Bashmore - Ribble To Amazon
Mr. Fingers - Amnesia
Murphyjax - Time To Bump (Matt Walsh & Zhao Remix)
Pierre's Fantasy Club - Mystery Girl (Set Me Free)
Jesse Rose - You Know It (Jesse's Made To Play Edit)
Dexter - Redbox
Sepalcure - Every Day Of My Life (Jimmy Edgar Remix)
Will Saul & Tam Cooper - Hi Lo
Martin Buttrich - You Must Be This High
O/V/R - Post Traumatic Son (Ben Klock Techno Mix)
Martyn - All Nights
Jape - Floating (D.I.M. Remix)


Mario Basanov - Clompac Mix

It's not usual that we post mixes other than our own on here but we can't recommend this one enough. 1 hour of gently rolling, melodic beats, perfectly accessible to any music lover.

Mario Basanov is no newcomer to the House scene with plenty of releases to his name on labels such as Needwant, Future Classic and Under The Shade.

In 2007 Mario teamed up with fellow Lithuanian DJ Vidis to form Mario & Vidis - the output has been nothing short of excellent. In particular 'Changed' and 'Test 2011' are recent purchases of ours.

Clompac Mix - Mario Basanov


Introducing PRESK

Presk may be familiar to some so this is for those that haven't come across this name yet. He had his debut EP release on Tom Kerridge's latest imprint, Fourth Wave, back in June this year and last week saw the digital release of his Love Again EP on Ten Thousand Yen. The vinyl is available to order via their Bandcamp.

'Muggy' didn't make the release but was made available to download a little while ago...

Muggy - Presk

Doc Daneeka, who has been relatively quiet of late just uploaded his remix of Presk which tones down his usual energetic Funky flex and pushes more into the realms of Deep House. Feeling this one a lot.

Sweat (Doc Daneeka Remix) - Presk & Cinnaman

We're recruiting!

In the next month or so you'll see a long awaited change in the way things look here at Hush House - having built some solid foundations we're ready to step up our game.

If you'd like to become a part of the journey, love music, have your ear to the ground and are nifty with your words please don't hesitate to apply.

Here's what your application should contain:

  • Your current top 10 tracks

  • Your top 10 producers/bands to watch at the moment

  • 100 words on either one of the tracks or a producer

  • 50 words on why you think you'd fit in at HH

  • Any other attributes you have to offer eg. graphic design

A few perks if you're not already keen:

  • Guestlist/free entry to clubnights

  • Press passes/free entry to festivals and product launches

  • Upfront releases from a number of labels and artists

  • Products and clothing from various brands

  • Opportunity to interview your favourite artists etc

  • Brand new, super fresh website launching soon

  • Your own email address

  • A reference for your CV

The more you put in, the more you'll get out. Please email contribute at hushhouse.net (obviously replacing 'at' with the @ symbol)

On another note, if you haven't yet entered to win a free t-shirt when we launch, head to http://hushhouse.net


ESS Radio Show #004 - 04.09.2011

Our favourite so far, radio no.4 is now up. These are only on soundcloud for a week or so make sure you either download or have a listen. I will be uploading the previous 3 and making a new page for the radio mixes. If you're feeling it, feel free to comment. As always, the best way to stay up to date is to follow on Soundcloud.

DOWNLOAD: ESS Radio Show #004 - Hush DJs

Coat Of Arms - Is This Something
Simca - Afortunada
Inxec & Mark Chambers - O' So (Maya Jane Coles remix)
Sebo K - Mr. Duke
Garry Beck - Egoist
Martinez - Basic Structure (Davide Squillace Remix)
Retro Grade - Moda
DC Salas - Peru
Simon Hinter - Snowblind
Josh H - Pooch (Hackman Remix)

Lurka - Return
TEETH - Lowcut Champagne
Randomer - Brunk
Instra:mental - Thomp
Pearson Sound - Stifle
Baobinga & Guido - Bumba
Lostlojic - Out Of Ctrl
Addison Groove - This Is It
Objekt - CLK Recovery
Pangaea - Run Out
The Grizzl & J. Phlip - Backupgrl
Claude von Stroke - Monster Island (Christian Martin Remix)
Kommune 1 - Moving On (Mvt. 1 & 2)
GIRL UNIT - Wut (Claude Vonstroke Remix) [Butt Naked Mix]
Jon Convex - Convexations
Beastie Respond - Syncopy (Blawan's Tragt Mekanik)
Arkist - Rendezvous
Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka - Creeper
Instra:mental - 8
Hizatron - Von Glooperstein
MIA - It Takes A Muscle (Ramadanman Remix)
Hackman - More Than Ever
Roska - Abrupt
Jamie Jones & Simon Baker - Kaskazi
Paul & Fritz Kalkbrenner - Sky and Sand


Featuring PANGAEA

Pangaea follows up his 'Inna Daze' release on Hessle Audio with two absolutely killer cuts for Untold's Hemlock Recordings. The lead track 'Hex' comes with that original, stripped-back dubstep sound and frantic vocal samples that fly off at different angles. It is backed with 'Fatalist', a track that grooves even deeper and seems to explore some house and techno influences.

Hex / Fatalist - Pangaea [Hemlock]

Order the vinyl straight away (don't delay!) or grab the digital versions from Monday.

Equally exciting, is what Hessle Audio have instore for the Faversham in Leeds on Friday 28th October. Pangaea is joined by fellow label owner Ben UFO, Blawan and Night Slugs star GIRL UNIT. The second room is hosted by the likes of Square One and Tropical making for a party that can't be missed! Check the event out here.