Gigs, Mixes

Guest Mix – Andrew Ingram, Tabernacle Records

Andrew be doing all things Tabernacle related for a number of years. First off was the Slabs of the Tabernacle club night in Glasgow (possibly the best name for a night ever) before moving on to Tabernacle Records which has seen some outstanding releases from the likes of John Heckle, The Third Man and The Connection Machine (2 awesome split 12s with Lost Trax) amongst others. If you have slept on this stuff, bout time you stopped. Andrew is also an excellent dj and he’s delivered another exceedingly tight mix of house, techno and some especially brilliant electro. You can also get a sneak peak of some new John Heckle shit on here; upcoming on the label soon. Extra kudos for keeping it vinyl only like I do with Apartment. Your digi files mean little to us.

While the club night has been more sporadic in recent times they are doing another party this weekend up in Newcastle with the rather brilliant Mick Wills manning the controls. Anyone in that area needs to check out that guy djing. But first, check this mix.

VC-118A – Cylinder
Jeff Mills – Something In The Sky 10 (Track 2)
JT Stewart – Vandaleur
Open House – Seven Day Weekend
Star Pitsa Acid Kru – Horns Of Hell
John Heckle – Nine Gulps
Acid Mercenaries – Acid Mercenaries Part 11 (Part 5)
Mark Forshaw – Dirt On The Trax
Robert Armani – Bubble
The Martian – Firekeeper
Daniel Andreasson – The Preview
Nitevision – 2110
Plant43 – Stellar Nursery
Synth Alien – Star Gate
Redshift – Glide
Arcanoid – Nature Of Being
Morphology – Journey’s End

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