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Nesta

TRIBE Member
Terry Francis
Mazi & Jay Tripwire (The Clones)
Robert Hood (FX & 909)
Mathew Jonson (live)
Baby Ford
Swayzak Soundsystem

i will be seeing all of the above artists at fabric on march 27th!

just wanted to rub it in... just a little! :p :D
 

jockey slut

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Nesta
Terry Francis
Mazi & Jay Tripwire (The Clones)
Robert Hood (FX & 909)
Mathew Jonson (live)
Baby Ford
Swayzak Soundsystem

i will be seeing all of the above artists at fabric on march 27th!

just wanted to rub it in... just a little! :p :D
CRUMPLE ME UP AND TAKE ME WITH YOU [ i can fit in a suitcase ]

FOR THE LOVE OF GAWD

nesta you lucky bastardo

-jai :D
 
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Nesta

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by BigBadBaldy

Who are you going with?
by myself. i'll be in italy and france for the 2 weeks prior... then i'm spending the weekend in london before coming home.
 

UR

TRIBE Member
I've heard Fabric is an amazing club. I remember reading a review somewhere saying there is a section in the club with speakers in the floor.

"Fabric opened in October 1999 after years of planning. It has three spaces, two of which feature stages for live acts. The rooms house Europe’s first bass-loaded ‘bodysonic’ dancefloor, 5 soundsystems and 3 bars over two levels and a total area of 25,000 square feet."


And what a line up to see there. Rob Hood in that place would be intense.

I believe the cover is 30 quid and pints are over a fiver - hope you saved up lucky bastard.
UR



If you are interested read about the Nov party.
Venue: Fabric, United Kingdom
Event Date:Thursday, November 27, 2003
Line-Up: Richie Hawtin vs Ricardo Villalobos (7-hours), Craig Richards and other Fabric residents.

http://www.residentadvisor.net/review_view.asp?ID=1567

It says the party went to 2 in the afternoon.
 
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d.code

TRIBE Member
ROOM 1
2020 VISION 100:
Ralph Lawsons's 2020 Soundsystem with Silver City & Dubble D
Random Factor (live)
Tristan De Cunha


ROOM 2
Terry Francis
Trevor Rockliffe
Oliver Ho
 

Nesta

TRIBE Member
anybody have info on mathew jonson? i've never heard of him.

edit: he's from vancouver. nice!
 
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isoprax

TRIBE Promoter
I've asked this out of curiosity before...is Matthew Jonson the same guy who used to play around these parts as "Place Called Bliss"?

no one's ever been able to give me a straight answer and dammit I want one!
 

blipblurpbleep

TRIBE Member
Vancouver B.C.’s own Mathew Jonson has built a solid reputation over the past few years through his participation in the Modern Deep Left Quartet, Cobblestone Jazz and by various productions under his own name. His forays into Jazz, house, fusion, techno and other electronic based music(s) reference a youth filled with musical creativity and ingenue. Formally trained in drums, percussion from a young age, Mat also had stints performing clarinet and classical piano. In fact, a young MJ played in the under-18 drum concert band at the age of 11, a feat made spectacular by his early ability to improvise in lieu of reading music. Through his father’s interest in early electronic music and instruments, Matt discovered a new form of sound and musical composition, a form he began to tweak and fiddle with at 10 years of age, utilising keyboards, basic sequencers and sound modules. Between 12 and 17 years, Matt began experimenting with computer-based sequencing and sound—programming being the logical extension of his early box instruments. A visit to the monolithic Vancouver World Fair in 1986 catapulted the youngster into a world of compu-based generation and musical exploration. The focus of this globally influential event was the transmission of humans and information in the digital age, a catalytic theme for the young Jonson and his already burgeoning sense for production. During his late teens and early twenties, Matt could be found performing regularly in Vancouver, Victoria and environs throughout. An increasingly personal interest in live performance prompted Matt to focus again on outboard equipment, old 70’s anologues with a primarily hands-on usage. Mat’s deeply moody solo performances, combined with his impressive session playing in the Modern Deep Left Quartet and Cobblestone Jazz, served to build a reputation for masterful composition, riveting and intensely emotional musicianship and, ultimately, national and international acclaim. His solo productions for Itiswhatitis and a collaborative Perlon recording have brought him broad international attention and exposure, evident in his travels to Geneva, Switzerland to work with Luciano, Germany and his performance at Mutek’s Micro 7—a prelude to Mutek’s 3rd edition were he played with Cobblestone Jazz. Although Mat’s Itiswhatitis releases have been licensed by such luminaries as Dan Bell and Carl Craig, attracted the praise of Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier and Larry Heard, Mat’s understated modesty speaks through the deeply personal nature of his work, a testament to his artistry and genuine character.

http://www.itiswhatitisrecordings.com/
 
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d.code

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Nesta
anybody have info on mathew jonson? i've never heard of him.

edit: he's from vancouver. nice!
Ive got a few of his tunes on itiswhatitis and I grabed something he did with Jay Tripwire on a white label out in Victoria a month ago.
itiswhatitis is a fucking awsome label.
 

Bean

TRIBE Member
Nestore,

You will have a blast, I don't doubt it for a second.

... can't wait to hear all about it !

xoxo

beans
 

Destro Sanchez

TRIBE Member
I play the tightrope EP off of itiswhatitis all the freakin time. I love it.

If anyone (I think there was only a couple hundred) was at House of Props last year for the february pixelate party, you would of caught Mathew Jonson (if you weren't jammin out to Jason Hodges in the smaller intimate room).

He dropped a slick set of minimal tech house. He was better than Algorythm that night.....but I think Jeff was having girl problems
(me so sally!)
:D

wonder what his live set would be like?

Destro
 
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