31.10.15: Jeroen Search & Oriel
As you know by now we LOVE an occasion (especially a spooky one) so following on from our sell-out party with Legowelt last year, we thought we’d bring another talented Dutchman to help us see in another Halloween. That’s right –
This halloween we have a treat for you!
■ JEROEN SEARCH [Figure SPC, 6277 Axis, A&S]
■ ORIEL [Adapt, Future Past]
■ MEAT FREE DJS
■ ■ Joshua Brooks, 11pm – 4am
Tickets from £8. These are likely to sell out based on last year’s halloween shenanigans!
…is simultaneously is one of techno’s most influential producers and well-kept public secrets. Consistently putting out quality music since the mid nineties on among many others his own genre-shaping Search imprint, he still resides where he has been for many years now: the absolute cutting edge.
Named by many as a source of inspiration, Jeroen Search embodies a clear and honest interpretation of techno. His tracks, while audibly open to new and exciting musical influences, always remain true to that typical, inimitable Search-sound. He has seen little to no need to comple…tely reinvent himself at any stage as most, if not all, of his work c ommunicates itself with great ease due to its truly timeless nature. Jeroen’s approach to music production is an unorthodox one; he records all his tracks in a single take and does all his editing live. Constantly pushing his creativity by trying to get the most out of a minimal setup Jeroen remains active in the studio.
Joining us on the night is Adapt Resident Oriel. Oriel first started DJing in 2006 but her love for Techno started way back in 1994 when she first attended the legendary Orbit in Morley, Leeds. Oriel’s hard and dark style has been influenced by the likes of Regis, Surgeon, Adam X and Oscar Mulero.
She was Co-Promoter & resident of hugely successful night The Techno Experiment in Manchester, then went on to hold residencies at past nights Detatched & Future Past in Leeds, playing alongside of some of the biggest names in Techno – Surgeon, Sandwell District, Ancient Methods, Exium just to name a few.
September 2012 saw her make her Tresor debut at their New Faces night, alongside Marcel Heese and Lag. After leaving such a good impression she was asked back in October 2013 to play for the NEXT even alongside Johannes Volk and residents. Oriel currently holds a residency at Adapt, Manchester after impressing them with her guest appearances.