mulletover Halloween 2012 – Venue Change from London Pleasure Gardens
Club night lonely hearts column: London based house night seeks new venue for one night stand, 3rd November 2012.
Notoriously promiscuous underground night boasts, ´it´s something we´re use to and seems to haunt us since our beginning, another venue change!´ and is excited to share an, ´even better experience´ with new venue. Not afraid to take risks and perfectly in tune to (multiple) lover´s every want and desire is looking for massive new space for Halloween fancy dress special; freaks and demons please do apply. http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=17293
mulletover have become synonymous with Halloween, year on year delivering something special, something new and definitely something spooky. The first round of artists for Halloween weekend, are ready to emerge from the ghoulish darkness – we welcome Cassy, Subb-an, Boddika andHuxley into the freaky light.
One of the world’s leading female DJs, Cassy has built her reputation around drawing people in with her unique beguiling style. She stands strong on a firm bed of releases on some of today´s most revered techno labels, including Ostgut and Perlon. Beginning her story at the beginnings of Panoramabar, she possesses a body of work that includes collaborations with Ricardo Villalobos, Luciano, Dave the Hustler and Mathew Jonson.
Subb-an has made a serious impression on the world of techno through his releases on pretty much every credible and cutting-edge electronic label going, from Spectral, to Hot Creations to Trapez and Leftroom. The young producer hailing from Birmingham is recognised as one of the UK´s most talented protagonists of the underground scene, and has a huge remix of Tiga ´Pleasure from the bass´ about to drop on Crosstown Rebels and a likely contender for the soundtrack to the summer.
Named after the baddie from Robocop, Boddika is the man behind some of the most distinctive, visceral electronic music to grace our ears in recent times. Also one half of duo Instra:mental alongside Kid Drama he’s also clocked up hours in the studio with Skream and dBridge of Bad Company, and is the man behind Nonplus records which has brought us releases from Kassem Mosse, Jimmy Edgar and the beautiful Harrier ATTK/Gershwin by Actress.
Having seen initial underground success as a garage producer, Huxley has recently emerged amid a tide of deep house producers on labels like Cecile that has seen him rise to the top of the pile with further releases on Tsuba, his own new Saints & Sonnets, as well as Leftroom and Morris Audio.