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A not so typical night at Ohm (ex-Shift) / Berlin
Saturday 12 April 2014
Start: 22.30
OHM Gallery, Köpenickerstr. 70, 10179 Berlin

► LAPIEN aka METROPOLIS (Soul People Music, Field Records, Sequencias, Parallel)
► abstract Live Set, made especially for this night.

► YANNICK ROBYNS (Wanted Berlin, Parallel)
► spaced out Dub & Funk

► MAREENA (Tresor, Parallel)
► oldschool Elektro & Breaks

►We are happy to be back at the new OHM (Ex Shift) for our second edition of Parallel OFF!
Electronic music, yes, but not as typical as our 4 to the floor club nights.
Drop over and join the dancefloor for the special sets from Mareena, Yannick Robyns and Lapien aka Metroplis.

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8. April 2014 · 22:06


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Mentioning Unbroken Dub (Rawax, Delsin / RU) will ring a bell in everyones ears.
After he denied the russian military draft, the public authorities took away his passport, which blocked him for years from travelling and playing gigs outside of Russia.
But now his time has come and we are very happy to announce that Unbroken Dub will play his first international gig on our next Parallel showcase on the 8th March at Humboldthain, Berlin.

Line up:

Unbroken Dub (Rawax/Delsin, Russia)
Stojche (Tangible Assets/Subwax/Parallel)
René Audiard (Blank Slate/The Double R/Parallel)
Daniela La Luz (Rawax/Parallel)
More info:
For bookings regarding Unbroken Dub´s Europe tour, contact: booking@rawaxmusic.com

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Record Watch: Selected: Compiled by Fred P

PARALLEL - creative booking agency:

Lapiens track MY OBSESSION getting some nice feedback!

Originally posted on Subsoil Blog:


Fred P’s putting out an eight track release spread over 4 plates this month. As the release’s title would suggest, it’s a compilation with a focus on maintaining a consistent vibe over the course of 4 sides of vinyl. Fred P combines releases by some more familiar names with some by relative unknowns. It’s been difficult to find any substantial soundclips of the release but from what we’ve heard of the eight tracks, they’re every bit as deep, as restrained and as soulful as you’d expect, and the drums sound great on every track.

There’s builders, creepers, high point of the night tracks, early set vibes and everything else in between. Listen below.

Starting with a DeepJust AQuaBeaT cut that’s got really rich sounding percussive elements and deep synths that crescendo in and out, the A side finishes with Bassik Grooove’s Synthetic Ocean, which uses a similar sort of…

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