Quirky in Electronic Sound

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The latest issue of Electronic Sound  magazine features Robin Rimbaud’s detailed account of Sahko records Quirky debut which would become the genesis for Pan Sonic. Paul Smith from Blast First also recounts the same night in this RBMA piece 

 

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Mark Van Hoen – Channel of Light “Slowdive Special” (12.19.17) 

 

 

Long and excellent interview with Neil Halstead by Mark Van Hoen which includes mention of myself and the Quirky club night I co-hosted in the 90s.

 

Mark Van Hoen – Channel of Light “Slowdive Special” (12.19.17) | dublab

Quirky #8: Pan Sonic/Bark Psychosis/Bruce Gilbert (Wire/Dome)/Aphex Flyers

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Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner was a regular Quirky performer and attendee. He has just unearthed some old flyers from 1994 which he uploaded on to the newly set up Facebook group for the now mythical club night. The Prototype 21 designs feature line-ups with Bruce Gilbert (Wire/Dome/Cupol etc), Pan Sonic/Sahko Records, Bark Psychosis and Aphex Twin/Rephlex Records.

Quirky #5: The Slowdive Connection

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Neil Halstead of Slowdive and Mojave 3 infamy was recently interviewed for NME about Slowdive’s final album Pygmalion. In the original transcript (which you can view above by clicking on the image) he talks candidly about his influences for the album, which include many visits to Quirky, a club night which I used to co-promote with James Bignell in Brixton circa 1995. Although not mentioned, it also reveals the genesis for Neil and I’s pre-Pygmalion electronic project Zurich. Heady times indeed.