Voyeur hit Kerri Chandler’s Kaoz Theory label later this month (Monday 31st October) with their debut album, ‘I’. We’ve got the exclusive play of ‘Patron Saint’ from it below.
Real names Benson Herbert and Leo Picking, Voyeur broke through in February 2012 with a remix of Bombay Bicycle Club’s ‘How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep’. Soon after Kerri Chandler invited them to release on his Madhouse and Madtech imprints.
Circoloco have announced the full line-up for its closing party at DC-10, which is due to take place on Monday 10th October.
Spoiler. It’s huge.
Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers, Tania Vulcano, Black Coffee, Kerri Chandler, Nina Kraviz, Davide Squillace, Apollonia, Joseph Capriati, Ellen Allien, Marcel Detttmann, Damian Lazarus and many, many more are joined by former Circoloco residents Luciano and Loco Dice. The pair play the party for the first time since 2008 and 2006 respectively.
UPDATE: The record bag has now been returned. See the full follow up post here.
Kerri Chandler’s record bag was stolen from the DJ booth during his gig at Phonox in Brixton, London last night (September 25). He was playing the venue for the album launch of Voyeur’s forthcoming album on the New Jersey icon’s Kaoz Theory label.
In the early hours of this morning, Chandler took to Facebook to make a plea for the safe return of his stolen property.
London's XOYO has announced an incredible array of talent for Heidi's forthcoming Jackathon residency.
The Canadian-born, London-based star, who learned her trade in the record shops of the UK capital before landing a residency on BBC Radio 1 in the mid-2000s, set up her Jackathon party brand in 2009.
Having toured it around the globe, Heidi now brings Jackathon back to London from October to December, hosting the crème de la crème of house and techno every Friday night.
“HOLY GOD, IT’S FREEZING!” We aren’t sure who screams that line. Could be us. Most probably is. But regardless of whose mouth utters the words, one thing is certain: everyone shares the same sentiment.
Approximately 30 party-ready-people are freezing cold, stranded on what appears to be the dead center of Langjökull Glacier in the Icelandic Highlands, en route to Secret Solstice festival’s rave inside an ice cave.
Sometimes the modern world takes it toll. Everyday we're constantly bombarded with calls, texts, whatsapp messages and emails — and it can quickly become overwhelming. The cure? Well, going off-grid, of course.
Everyone’s got a soft spot for Kerri Chandler. The loveable label boss, DJ and long-standing producer is one of the scene’s most respected statesmen, running his labels MadHouse and MadTech, and now new imprint Kaoz Theory. He’s out in Ibiza over the next two months, spinning at DC-10 throughout the remainder of the season, plus a special one-off date at Carl Cox’s Music Is Revolution party playing back-to-back with the man himself. DJ Mag Ibiza meets him to find out more...
The sun is set to stay in the sky as Iceland’s magical Secret Solstice festival draws near. Just few weeks out from their third edition, Secret Solstice has released the impressive lineups for a slew of side events.
Guy Gerber will be playing the Game of Thrones-esque Into The Glacier event. Ever wonder what it’s like to rave North of The Wall? Well, we’re figuring this party is about as close as you’ll get: Gerber will play inside of a 550-meter long tunnel inside Europe’s second largest glacier, Langökull.
Kerri Chandler has shared the stems for his '90s classic ‘Get It Off’.
In a Facebook post, the deep house veteran explained that he was releasing all the parts of the track in honour of his late girlfriend.
“Not one year goes by when I don't wonder about Tracy and how things might have been if she were alive today,” he wrote yesterday.