1 Shepherd's Bush Green, Shepherd's Bush
London, England W12

Mixmaster Morris is an underground legend who hardly needs any introduction. Morris started The Irresistible Force in '87 and made two very collectible early singles. He developed a live acid house concept into The Madhouse (1988), which was widely credited as the first live techno event in London. He joined up with The Shamen at the end of '89, creating the highly acclaimed Synergy club, which toured the UK and Europe for over two years. Morris supported The Orb at many of their early shows, and other bands including Spiritualized & System 7. Many of the leading electronic acts had their first press coverage courtesy of the Mixmaster: Aphex Twin, Ken Ishii, Black Dog, Orbital, Atom Heart, Bedouin Ascent and more recently T Power, Squarepusher, Dot Records and Jimpster. No wonder Radio 1's John Peel named him as his 'natural successor.'

Responsible for both one of the best ambient electronica albums in recent years 2005's 'This Is How I Write' and the sublime slice of electronic pop that was 'Miami Nooch', LJ Kruzer is one of the more interesting artists to have appeared in recent years. The genuine son of a preacher man, he has also been marking Yuletide with his legendary Electronic Carol Service for several years now, whether at a full on midwinter rave or a more chilled out affair his electronic renditions of popular carols, readings from the good book and winter hymns has been guaranteed to warm even the coldest of hearts. Comes with his own hymn sheets! An experience your clubbers will not forget in a hurry. www.ljkruzer.co.uk

Check www.bleep.com/?bleep=UNCH015XMAS for a sample of the carol'ing goodness

Logan explores the darker textures of electronic soundscaping, adding a hefty dose of hip hop-infused IDM beat production.At the tender age of 19, Robert Logan has already collaborated with Brian Eno on the music for a feature-length documentary and been invited to lay down beats for club diva Grace Jones' new album. "Brooding, swirling, swathes of sound come at you from all directions, underpinned by some seriously deep base and twisting beats" - BBC online.
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Added by ohskylab on November 12, 2007