4F, 218 Xinle Lu
corner of Donghu Lu
1. Philip Glass – Knee 1 (Nosaj Thing Remix)
2. Steven Tang – Disconnect to Connect
3. Marcel Dettmann – Vertigo
(Wincent Kunth Remix)
4. Pedestrian – Sliding Down Rainbows
5. Black Jazz Consortium – Tokyo Electric
6. Stardice – Greedy Textures
7. Cosmin TRG – Divided By Design
8. Motor City Drum Ensemble – L.O.V.E.
(Kyle Hall Remix)
9. Massimo Girardi – Little Helper 75-6
10. Fred P. – Project 05
11. Sascha Rydell – Palinka Girl
12. Vakula – New Romantic
13. Glimpse – True South
14. Kresy – Miles In The Galaxy
15. Detroit Swindle – John Doe
16. Lone – Airglow Fires
1. SLP – Magic Day
2. Insect O – Sands Of Rainbow
3. Arash – Distant Voices
4. Skwerl – Liron
5. Ribn – Plain City
6. Clockwork – Oblique
7. Elif Bicer, Marco Freivogel – 11 Am (After)
8. Kim Ann Foxman – Return It (Steffi‘s ND Likes Acid Games Mix)
9. Smallpeople – In The Jungle
10. Kris Wadsworth – Rules
11. Marco Cassanelli – Friedrichstrasse (Javier Orduna & Inigo Oruezabal Remix)
12. Martin Dawson – Life (Edit)
13 Lyndhurst Terrace
Central, Hong Kong
Saturday, 13 July 2013
10PM – 6AM
Italian dancefloor veteran I-Robots returns to Hong Kong! This truly eclectic DJ blurs the distinctions between techno of the future and Italo disco of the past. I-Robots’ productions for labels like Balance Recordings and Compost Black Label span deep house to techy acid, while his huge collection of 30,000 vinyl records has earned him the title of “historian” by DJs like Chicago house master Chez Damier.
As head of the label Opilec Music, I-Robots’ hand-picked compilations and remixes provide insight into his unique tastes. From electronic disco godfather Giorgio Moroder to Detroit techno pioneers like Juan Atkins and Richie Hawtin to hitmakers like Todd Terje (and even a release by Hong Kong’s own, Casey Anderson), I-Robots promises to immerse you in his own world of timeless, exciting and unpredictable electronic music!
Presented by Humdrum Hong Kong – join us at Bassment on July 13th to re-discover I-Robots! Support from Humdrum’s DJs Ocean Lam and Casey Anderson (for his birthday party)! From 10pm til sunrise the next day, it’s sure to be the best and latest gathering of Hong Kong’s electronic music lovers dancing til tomorrow.
Saturday 6 July 2013
10PM til Late
21/F, AIA Tower
251A – 301 Avenida Comercial de Macau
澳門商業大馬路 251A – 301 號友邦廣場 21 樓
(+853) 2822 2122
13 Lyndhurst Terrace
Central, Hong Kong
Saturday, 22 June 2013
11PM – 6AM
Humdrum keeps the good times going with their free monthly party featuring DJs Casey Anderson and Ocean Lam along with the Philippines two leading DJs and producers, Alinep and Pav Parrotte.
Born and raised in Manila, Alinep comes from a family where music played a vital part of everyday life. Today Alinep’s musical imprint in his DJ sets are rooted in deep house to techno, minimal to tech house, Detroit to Chicago and his productions of deep house and techno further define his own club sound. Aside from music production and DJing, Alinep founded Manila Underground with Martin Lugtu and Pav Parrotte – a collective of local DJs, producers, promoters and foreign-locals who love and live for non-commercial electronic music. This will be Humdrum’s fourth time playing alongside Ali – trust us, we wouldn’t if he didn’t know how to rock a party!
Hailing from Liverpool and the Isle of Man (UK), Pav Parrotte has honed his turntable and mixing skills over a span of 19 years. After playing every major club in the UK from Voodoo to Ministry of Sound, in 2009 embarked on creating Manila’s only dedicated venue for underground electronic music, and in 2011 the three-story Filipino dance mecca TIME in Manila was born. Today he is the newest addition to Berlin’s legendary Plastic City label and with his DJing and production outfit Frequency Manila he remains an integral part of the Filipino club scene.
After a year of trying to sync up our schedules, Humdrum is thrilled to finally have Pav and Ali slamming some techno (and a bit of deep house) under our roof at Bassment! We hope you’ll join us for this special night with Asia Music! (It’s FREE!)
Check out this video of Hong Kong and Macau by Russian renaissance man Timo Camillo. Filmed during the weekend he played at Midnight & Co. alongside Humdrum, it shows a lot of everyday scenes around the SARs set to a lush ambient soundtrack, also composed by Mr. Camillo.
UPDATE: Timo’s also sent over a recording of his set at Midnight, available on the Mixcloud page of his record label, Dust On Boots. Click below and enjoy!
1. Francys – Silver
2. Andrey Pushkarev – Quercus
3. L`Atelier – The Mountain People
4. Freund – Berlin
5. Konstantin Sibold – Madeleine
6. Klankarbeit – Fat P
7. Fideles, Brad Sucks – You Are Not Going Anywhere (Larry Peters & Bruna Remix)
8. Wemove – We Move (Luca Doobie‘s 3 on 4 mix)
9. Spin Science – Wonderland (Tom Middleton Liquatech Mix)
10. Marco Faraone – Changing My Place
11. Axel Boman – Cubic Mouth