Puzzle Project – 27/02/2010
As many of you will be aware we have now moved from our previous Friday night slots to the fourth Saturday of every month at our beloved home, Club 414 in Brixton. If you weren’t able to attend our first Saturday night event in January you certainly missed out! Don’t take our word for it though – this is an extract from an email we received following that party:
“Attended your event for the first time on Saturday and thought it was ****ing awesome! I will be making it a regular thing as the music is the dogs and the people are all terrific. Just wanted to show my appreciation to the people involved and express that I am impressed.
Sad I didn’t discover it when the Organ Donors were there, they are amazing! Any more good line-ups I should be excited about??” – Rachel
Thanks for the comments Rachel! Glad to hear you enjoyed yourself so much and we’re pleased to inform everyone that there isn’t long to wait until our next block-rocking exposition of the finest underground dance music. Saturday 27th February is the date for your diaries and we are delighted to present:
Aulday: The Presence Recordings resident has played for the likes of Tribe of Frog, Psy-Co, Alphawave and Antiworld in addition to being featured on various radio stations including DI.FM’s psytrance channel. Not content with simply playing a bunch of tunes he’ll be creating a blinding journey of twisted melody guaranteed to shake your soul – as well as the foundations of the 414!
Libra9 aka Phil Lankester: His legion of fans will doubtless be looking forward to the next instalment of his mainroom residency at O2 superclub Matter on 12th March. No need to wait that long for your fix of psychedelic mash-up madness though!
Matt Church: His uber-successful succession of recent releases on his very own RedSky Digital imprint have seen his following grow exponentially. More are on the way and Puzzle Project is always the party where you hear them first, February will be no exception!
Phil Reynolds: Arguably the world’s best hard trance DJ we are justifiably delighted to have Phil as a resident for Puzzle Project. You can rely on him to provide the sounds that catapulted him to international DJ’ing and production fame alongside Steve Blake, Nick Sentience and Nick Rowland.
April: A welcome return for the baroness of beats and this will be a set not to be missed! Her latest production “You’re Something Else” is now available on Impact Recordings so this will be one of your first opportunities to hear it on a club system.
LK: Having instantly settled into the groove with his first set as a Puzzle Project resident last month, prepare to feast your ears on yet more audiological delights. The tougher side of trance with the occasional sliver of funky techno are the ingredients for his banquet!
Ali Cantor: The second of our new residents to be playing this month – if you missed him in January don’t make the same mistake again! Embracing the full spectrum of trance, Ali’s smooth style and quality tune selection are sure to go down as well as his Puzzle Project debut.
With Club 414 having undergone extensive refurbishments over the last 12 months and our completely unique décor adding to the friendly vibe, we aim to offer the best value underground clubnight in London. Therefore don’t forget advance tickets are available from www.puzzle-project.com for only £5 with NO BOOKING FEE! Why pay more on the door?!
Two small rooms, with an excellent atmosphere.
Fully refurbished the 414 boasts a wicked sound system & intelligent lighting. The legendary 414 leads from the front, renowned for its friendly but firm door staff, the smiling and helpful bar staff, club management and even its fish…!
Sound system: 5k Community Sound System /2 Technics Decks / Alan & Heath Mixer / Monitor + Amp / CDJ’S.
Lighting: 6x Martin MX10 with Freekie controller Sound to light.
4 x Martin 250 sound to light.
3 x Martin Acrobats sound to light.
2 x UV guns.
1 x Green Laser and Controller + 4 Mirror balls.
1 x Smoke Machine + Fluid.
1 x 3D Video Film Projector & 6ft Screen.
Ark- line Strobe.
Door Policy: Best behaviour.
Come out of Brixton tube station, turn left then from the KFC turn left into Coldharbour Lane and 414 is 3 minutes walk on your left hand side.
414 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8LF Capacity : 150