South London Ordnance at Good Room on January 23

South London Ordnance pic
South London Ordnance pic

Good Room presents…

SOUTH LONDON ORDNANCE
YOUNG MALE
SHEEPSHEAD
BLACKY II
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TOM OF ENGLAND in the Bad Room

Date: January 23
Address: 98 Meserole Ave. Brooklyn 11222
Subway: Nassau Ave. [G Train]
Doors: 10PM
Age: 21+

Tickets: Free before midnight with RSVP – http://bit.ly/1KpxxZu
Pre-Sale: RA | Ticketfly
Facebook: here

SOUTH LONDON ORDNANCE
Joining the dots between driving dub techno, classic acid and earthy, reduced house music – South London Ordnance has spent the last few years developing a unique voice as both a DJ and a producer.

Last year South London Ordnance returned with a series of releases that offer a much more refined, but altogether grittier sound. His single on Aery Metals, ‘Sex Fortress’ draws from a classic techno framework, but referencing industrial, minimal and cold wave music. He has an aesthetic that satisfies club leanings and cerebral textures, a sound that places the artist more in line with previous remixer Nik Void and current collaborators, C.A.R. and Femme En Fourrure.

YOUNG MALE (live)
Young Male is a techno project begun in 2008 by Quinn Taylor, a producer and DJ based in Brooklyn, New York. He is the co-founder of the New York crew/record label White Material, a group of techno, house and noise musicians. His live performances utilise a Roland TR909 drum machine, mixer, guitar fx pedals, and eerie sound textures. His first record was self-released in August of 2012 on White Material Records.

He displays more commonality with the sleek productions of Function and his Sandwell District associates than anything to have been inspired by America’s contemporary noise techno artists, pitched somewhere right between classic Detroit minimalism and the more forceful techno which was prominent in New York in the early 90s.

TOM OF ENGLAND
The Good Room resident is known for his all-night ragers that take dancers on a journey from odd-ball disco and leftfield rock to tripped-out techno and acid traxxx. Losing your shit on the dancefloor is not uncommon when seeing this legend.

Thomas Bullock’s roll call includes Tonka Sound System, Wicked Sound System, A.R.E. Weapons, Rub-n-Tug, Map of Africa and STD Records, having worked with DJs like DJ Harvey and Eric Duncan.

SLO

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