Apr
18
2015
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Acidic Saturday 18th April 2015

We are back in April to celebrate 13 years of Acidic Parties with no holding back!
we have some of the best underground djs coming to help us celebrate in style!

List so far:::

3PHAZEGENERTOR

BEN FRASER (SABRETOOTH)

MOBILE DOGWASH

MATT ACIDIC

PETE D

MISS MONUMENT

BROOKSIE

JIM HEDGES

DILEMMA

HERE WE HAVE SOME LINKS

3PHAZEGENERATOR 2

Biography
As one of the most exciting in a new breed of producers making an impact on the techno industry, 3Phazegenerator draws from a powerful collection of original material and heavyweight remixes.

His unique cutting edge sound has made him in demand from labels across the globe. His dj sets have a living, pulsing organic power and have earned him a loyal following even beyond the realms of techno.

This artform as he calls it embraces unusual and flowing textures with intricate dark pulsing rhythms that seem to run in thier own time yet are at once deeply comforting and hook the dance floor.

Hailing from the UK his style has been blasting across Europe for the last 6 years.
His prescense as a performer has a reputation for inciting crowds, giving a freshness that is always remembered.

MISS MONUMENT

Miss Monument burst onto the underground in 2005 and progressed rapidly making a name for herself within the Breakbeat scene – and DJ’s regularly alongside top acts such as Stanton Warriors, Deekline, Ed Solo, The Freestylers, and Rennie Pilgrem among a few – having taken her music across all corners of theworld, from China through to Miami. This year Miss Monument has been pushing her beats across Thailand, Columbia, Ibiza – and in London plays regularly for Supatronix and Hot Cakes, played at the Notting Hill Carnival, and DJs regularly for the Rotten Hill Gang, playing at their Soundclashes with Don Letts and Dreadzone. Miss Monument is known for her versatile sets and playlists, pushingpumping bass driven dance floor beats with an eclectic injection of all things funky, ska, dub, jungle, bouncy and booty . Basically this girl plays anything that makes her want to dance while making sure everyone else is joining in the party with her!

BEN FRASER

http://www.sabretoothrecords.com/

Notorious for his meticulous production, uncompromising sound and punishing live performances, Ben produces full-on psy trance under the moniker Sabretooth, and new wave acid techno simply as Ben Fraser.

Ben launched Sabretooth Records label in 2005 as an outlet for his unique take on the underground acid techno trance sound. His production has now become synonymous with a crisp hi-tech sound, deep thundering basslines, hypnotising techno grooves and haunting effects…the whole laced with a hefty dose of acid!

11 EPs, 3 albums and countless gigs later, Ben continues to draw in followers with his deep, dark, driving sound…

MOBILE DOGWASH

Bringing you fat rolling acid techno from the north of the uk, Mobile Dogwash rocks the dance floor with his storming 303 driven sound.
It was 1997 when Mobile Dogwash starting producing acid techno in his hometown of Sheffield.
Not satisfied with the trappings of his studio, he soon earned himself a resident slot at the legendary Headcharge, the club responsible for playing the north’s most banging techno.
Mobile Dogwash honed his sound, his ears never far away from a speaker with London techno pouring from it. Six years after the project started, he collaborated with The Pranksterz, earning him his first release on Acid Test.
Since then, Mobile Dogwash has had releases on some of techno’s most reputable labels. Abusive 303, Acid Test, Acid Test Remix, Brain Gravy, Chase Yer Tail, Cluster, Corrosive, DIP, Hive, Injector, Interstate One, Scythe Squadron, Stay Up Forever Remix, Stay Up Forever & Wah Wah have all put out his work, with forthcoming releases on 303 Alliance, Abusive 303, Avin it, Chase Yer Tail, Project 303, & Suf Protest in the coming months.
Not the lone star that some DJs tend to be, Mobile Dogwash has regular company in the studio in varying forms; Ron Atomizer (who was a part of and helped develop the sound of Mobile Dogwash in the earlier days), Dave Atomizer (Twisted Tyrants), Si McLean (Acid Kazuals), Pablo Sonic Terrorist (Orgy of Distortion), Benji303 (Conspiracy Realists), Fabulous 23s and OB1 (Wake n Bake), plus future collaborations planned with Steve Mills, Tassid and Tik Tok.
Recently he has been back in the studio with Dynamic Intervention (results out on Chase Yer Tail) and has been working this year with acid techno legend The Geezer (two tracks recently out on Wah Wah, with a third blinder in the bag headed for vinyl) and acid techno ubermeister Sterling Moss. Mark Eg has been to the Dogwash studio just last month & they banged out a 303 driven rifftastic cracker – this will feature on Mark & Chrissy’s forthcoming acid label, along with two other tracks written with Dave Atomizer & MK303. Watch out for remixes & original tracks on Benji303′s forthcoming label 303 Alliance, plus more releases produced with the usual suspects Ron, Dave & Si.
Mobile Dogwash rocks the dance floor with his rolling hard acid sound and plays regularly across the width and breadth of UK and abroad. Highlights of Mobile Dogwash’s last year include playing at Boomtown Festival (Acidic/Raveyard) and across the sea in Ireland (Transformer Sounds).
This year looks set to be no less special, having rocked the Stay up Forever Collective Live Breathe Techno party in London, Dogwash will be playing the Raveyard at Boomtown 8th Aug, Aural Shock (Sheffield Aug 23rd), Reconstruct (Bristol Aug 29th), and a four date tour of Venezuela in October, hosted by the Old Skull Collective, starting with Invasion 303 in Caracas on 4th Oct.

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Apr
29
2014
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Acidic Saturday 29th November 2014

Were back with another Phat line up! After a good time at Boomtown The Rave Yard i have bought some of the djs from there to play at Acidic.
Expect banging Acid Techno with a bit of this and that thrown in!

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