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Deep Down In Manor House

19/12/2009 20:00atDeep Down In Manor House
17 Overbury Road, Manor House,, London, London and South East N15 6RH
Cost: £4/5

The line up features some of the most forward thinking electronic DJs around. XL and Ed Banger’s Japanese electronic maestro, ZONGAMIN, will be unleashing his first ever warehouse DJ set. Known for many a dancefloor smasher such as ‘The Bongo Song’ and ‘Serious Trouble’. Alongside Zongamin will be one of House and Bass’ producers to watch in 2010 DUB KULT. Having released two of 2009’s best club shakers ‘Booty Snatch’ and I Know You Want Me’ (which received positive nods from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Damian Lazarus and Optimo), the man behind Living Records will be unleashing a House and Bass set that has left parties and clubs all over the UK wowed during his 12 year djing past. Other DJs on the night include one of London’s brightest up and coming talents, resident DJ of the infamous Bastard Batty Bass parties, Tatty Bogle and Deep Down, DEBOA plus Hands on Music’s Afro inspired DJ duo MAN VS WIFE. SAINE from London’s forthcoming Shoreditch Radio will also be DJing. The party will be held at the former Eurythmic’s warehouse in MANOR HOUSE. The warehouse is situated a mere 5 minute walk from Manor House tube station. Look out for signs from Manor House tube from the SEVEN SISTERS ROAD EXIT. Tickets: £4 in advance // £5 on the door Limited advanced tickets here:

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dub KULT: I Know You Want Me
Living Records

An ear-catching trio of “booty step” tunes from Zimbabwe-born, London-bred DJ and producer dub KULT, aka Neilon Pitamber and the man behind Living Records (by his own description, “booty step” is a blend of Chicago booty house, London dubstep, and Berlin techno). The opening title cut explores masculine-feminine interpersonal dynamics by confronting male arrogance (“I know you want me”) with female dismissiveness (“I feel so sorry for you”) while a bleepy rhythm track and raw bass line keep score. Here and elsewhere, Pitamber’s use of dizzying vocal counterpoint proves arresting and gives the EP added oomph. Even more direct in its dance-floor focus, “Booty Snatch” works a buoyant jack, bubbly bass pulse, and swirls of vocal samples (and even a dash of electronic experimentalism in its textural treatments) into an enticingly funky head-spinner. With “In Tune (2009 Version),” Pitamber revisits a track originally issued on a white label 12-inch in 1998 under the title “In Tube Bob.” Again, multiple voice elements repeatedly criss-cross; in this case “Mmm, I could really cook with one note,” “Get ready,” and “in tune” relentlessly hammer their way into one’s cranium while gullotine snares chop heads in the background. It’s amazing and heady stuff from start to finish, and the listener’s attention never strays for long during the EP’s twenty minutes.

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I Know You Want Me



This EP brings together elements of different sounds. dub KULT thinks of the main tracks as “booty step” – an unlikely combination of classic Chicago booty house and London dubstep, with an underpinning of Berliner minimal techno, of course.

I Know You Want Me is about the interplay of masculine and feminine. The arrogance of the male voice chant is counter-played with the testing nature of the female voice insisting that he doesn’t have a clue. Perhaps the guy is naive, perhaps his confidence will win her over. But then she comes in with the killer line – “I feel so sorry for you!” Who will win? Well… it turned out to be painfully prophetic with the break up of dub KULTs relationship, especially as the vocals are her voice! Well at least there’s a massive filthy bassline to make up for it.

Booty Snatch borrows a little more from the booty side of things with rude samples bouncy yet jacking beats and a big toffee-chew of a bassline.

In Tune is a revisit of a track dub KULT made in ‘98 and put out on a limited white label 12″ called In Tube Bob. It’s a breaky affair with a big sound and trippy as hell samples, getting more demented as the track goes on. Mmm, I can really cook with one note!

For more info, visit the Living Records website.


“Liking the party flava of Booty Snatch best!” – Russell Deeks (IDJ)

“The kind of weird hybrid futuristic/retro shit that makes me salivate.” – Joe Roberts (DJMag)

“Yep. Liking this. Very heavy indeed. ‘I Know You Want Me’ Is the one for us. Thanks” – Foundsounds

“I Know You Want Me – Very weird but strangely compelling! Chanting vocals matching a wobbly bassline is not something you here everyday.” – Alex Deadman (Atmostphere Magazine)

“I like this a lot …booty shaker !!!!” – Laurent Garnier

“Cool unique tracks…In Tune is my fav I think…” – Alex Flitsch (Connaisseur Recordings)

“Yo boys!! I love the “I Know U Want Me” track. Love the vocals and the originality!!!” – Zdar (Cassius)

“Great stuff from mr. dub KULT. “I know You Want Me” is crazy & noisy…nice!” – Lars Wickinger

“Really cool sounds and style.” – Alland Byallo (Kontrol)

“Very cool & very way out there. Like all 3 trax” – Mitch Davis (Electric Sheep Records)

“Luv the B-line on Booty snatch ” – Lee Saunders (Starpoint Radio)

“Rotation support on BLN.FM radio, Berlin.” – Tim Thaler

“Nice & dirty – like it a lot” – Martin Lampitt (Eclectic Chair on RadioReverb)

“Loving this alot, different!” – Christian Homan (RTÉ Pulse)

“Sounds cool, looking forward to playing out this weekend” – Damian Lazarus

“I like ‘I know you want me’. Inimitable fantastik soundform.” – Vadim Lankov

“Nice release, I know you want me is the one for me” – Max Cooper

“Cool release, digging that wobble style a lot!” – Ben Mono (Compost Records)

“I like the variety of styles mashed in a massive track. KOOL !” – Ton van Hoof (Free40 Clubchart)

“Great producer – Nice trax” – Orde Meikle (Slam)

“I know you want me has captured the old school sound well – Really like this” – Colin John

“Booty Snatch is the one for me.” – JD Twitch

“Excellent affairs as ever with tight production and a wiggly funk that bypasses consideration and worms straight for your hipbone” – DJ Evil Noodle

“Really like Booty Snatch and In Tune. Booty Snatch definitely brings back that Booty House vibe.” – DJ Tronic

“This is very very cool ” – Salvador Guzman (

“Loving the squidgy bass attack. cool, cool, cool. ” – Ben Irving (Nish Nish)

“I like the “I know you want me” track best. Cool stuff!” – DJ Morpheus

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