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Brawther Explains True School House

On this week’s Clubberia Podcast, Brawther set out 1h mix to explain what his ethos behind True School House. Also he answers few questions about himself, and whats coming up next… Please click here to listen   今週のClubberia Podcastではフランスの “True School House” を提唱する Brawtherが日本へ特別な1時間を届けてくれた。 バイオグラフィーはClubberiaのアーティストページにて。 ミックスはClubberia Playerよりどうぞ。     Interview as follows… ―First of all, … Continue reading

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Real Groove of Objekt

Beatport presents Objekt / Raft x Real Grooves at eleven, Tokyo / 10.09.2011 + Interview Photos of the night here http://www.flickr.com/photos/selectivepressureuk/sets/72157627528316743/ by Kojun / selective pressure + If you weren’t in Tokyo to catch Beatport’s party with Objekt this past weekend, fear not: we’ve archived his set, recorded live from the Eleven club, on Ustream … Continue reading

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Double Handed Summer Serves

Boe Digits 001 – Lookleft & Bearight Released: 18 July 2011 Support from the likes of Rozzo from The Mountain People, MANIK, Willie Graff, Jane Fitz, Dubble D aka. Moodymanc, Harri, Arnaud (Input Selector), & Tomoki Tamura to name a few. We are also happy to announce Bearight’s ‘Lovestoned’ from this EP was played on … Continue reading

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Meeting Move D with LWE

Meeting Move D / London / 25.03 2011 Just before his Live set at London’s Toi.Toi.Musik, we caught up with David Moufgang on behalf of Little White Earbuds. We talk about music, life, studio machines, inspirations and more… David Moufang, or Move D is known as a musical taste-maker, experimenting with numerous interpretations of sound … Continue reading

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Bearight goes live on Input Selector

Input Selector 085 Bearight – Live Bearight‘s (aka Alex Kassian) Live Debut from our January edition of selective pressure party brought us fond memories, now on live exclusively at Input Selector podcast series. Input Selector is a well estalished French cultural & electronic music webzine from Nantes, spreading the fresh and old school talent within … Continue reading

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Diynamic Love

Holic 4th Anniversary with Diynamic music / Cafe 1001 / 26.02.2011 Photos of the night here www.facebook.com/album.php?id=1279311298&aid=109303 by So Hasegawa live DJ mix by Lookleft + Bearight from Holic selective pressure residents Lookleft + Bearight took to the decks to open Holic‘s 4th anniversary celebration. The duo commenced the evening with a deep and steady set … Continue reading

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fabric x The Secret Agency

The Secret Agency Night at Fabric / 19.02.2011 Photos and Japanese Review on Higher Frequency by Kojun / selective pressure: http://www.higher-frequency.com/party_reports/3152 Our second bite at the fabric cherry brought together Ethyl, Patrice Scott and Giles Smith. 3 DJs know for their forthright, uncompromising style. There was hardly a CD in sight and those that did … Continue reading

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selective pressure w/ Giles Smith + Ben Boe + Bearight live  at The CAMP 29.01.2011 photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/selectivepressureuk/sets/72157626075207556/   It was magical, without a doubt it was the most successful event we have done before, both musically and atmospherically. After the floor warmed up nicely by Lookleft’s soulful set, people wanted more to come. Ben Boe, the … Continue reading

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Funky Time

Funkyzeit at secret location 04.02.2011 Last weekend was a blast, started off with Star of Kings, new venue located in Kings Cross, where our very own Lookleft+Bearight played for Greyhound. Thereafter we quickly made our move to secret location warehouse party Funkyzeit in the East. (let’s not talk about where it actually was, just make things … Continue reading

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Toi Story

Toi Toi at The Red Gallery, 21.01.2011 “Toi Toi have been causing quite a storm in the capital with a series of underground parties…” as Pulse Radio describes, it was just like being in a storm which took whole night to pass over warehouse of East London, The Red Gallery. Some might have recognized the venue … Continue reading

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