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Man Power
Creatively speaking, pinning down Geoff Kirkwood is a challenge. While best known as the man behind 'intergalactic house’ (Resident Advisor, 2018) alias Man Power, Kirkwood is as comfortable writing and presenting experimental symphonies, ambient hauntology and Audio Visual orchestral performances as Bed Wetter or delivering raucous kinetic Techno as MPX. For everything in between, he is Man Power. The Man Power project initially emerged as an anonymous 2014 project via a succession of dark, chugging remixes, culminating with a debut EP on Correspondant. Conclusions were drawn, expectations set, and boundaries imposed. Never one to colour between the lines, though, Kirkwood has gone on to show the complete picture of his sonic and thematic breadth via output for the likes of DFA, SKINT, Hivern Discs and his lauded Me Me Me imprint. Although unburdened by the need to bow to genre conventions, there’s still a common emotional core through Kirkwood’s creations that, paired with a penchant for the cinematic and absurdist, makes him stand out from other eclectically inclined peers. A contrarian nature also bleeds through Geoff’s approach to the music industry. His label Me Me Me has regularly shed its skin in terms of outlook, artists and methods, with only the steadfast goal of supporting his friends remaining intact. A subscription-based VALUE ‘label’ began in 2020 to circumvent the usual means of reaching audiences and avoid the growth demanded by the mechanics of the music ‘machine’, too. His latest ruse is to reverse the grubby trends of club-night promotion, with his Us & Them parties binning advance tickets, supporting regional talents, booking like-minded souls regardless of profile, and ditching branding obsessions all in favour of more equitable behaviour.
Roska
Working across UK funky, house and various, mutated strains of bass-heavy club music, Roska has earmarked himself as one of the UK’s most accomplished underground exponents. Continuing his journey as a pioneer of the Funky House sound via his Roska Kicks & Snares (RKS) imprint. Presiding over 100 releases, RKS has welcomed the likes of MA1, Champion, Murder He Wrote and DJ POLO to the label since its inception in 2010. After spending the last 2 years developing and mentoring the later artists also including DJ MOTU and more in the fold. A renowned DJ to boot, Roska’s ‘Roska Presents’ brand has seen him curate line-ups across the UK for the last 6 years and shifting into a worldwide DJ from being Euopean based for many years playing over 20 different cities across the world frequently touring Asia, Australasia and Americas. After a few years off radio where, Roska returns to the airwaves (and online) with Reprezent every 4th Wednesday of each month bringing guests from his label.
rRoxymore
Whether on stage, on record or deep in the collaborative process, the musical lexicon of rRoxymore develops with frequency and pace. As respected for her esoteric, offbeat club records as her semi-improvised live performances, the sheer expansiveness at the heart of rRoxymore’s work has marked her as a vital artist on the fringes of contemporary club culture. rRoxymore’s sound may radically evolve, yet her principles as an artist remain rooted in experimentation, community and a committed social consciousness. This integral approach is shot through every aspect of her work: from the bands and DJ booths of her youth, to her longstanding residency with the progressively influential Berlin collective Room 4 Resistance, to projects in tandem with with some of the most provocative artists from the wider sphere of alternative and queer culture. The most recent of rRoxymore’s accolades include her 2019 debut album, Face to Phase, which was highly acclaimed by Pitchfork and Resident Advisor, her premiere live performances for leading-edge festivals Atonal in Berlin and Festival Musica in Strasbourg, and original productions curated by SOS MUSIC, On Loop and Tresor’s 30th anniversary compilation. Further commissioned projects in development for 2021 include collaborations with Austrian choreographer Ian Kaler, a musical movement for two dancers by Swedens’ Stina Nyberg, and a remix of E-Dancer's "Human Bond" on Drumcode Records rRoxymore’s name first crossed the lips of record collectors with ‘Wheel of Fortune’ in 2012; as the accompaniment to Planningtorock’s ‘Patriarchy Over & Out’ it was an assured and audacious 9+ minute debut that proved as distinctive for DJs to blend as it was addicting for dancefloors to pulsate in. Further crossovers with Planningtorock occurred alongside Aquarian Jugs, Jaguar Woman and The Knife’s Olaf Dreijer, under his Oni Ayhun pseudonym, producing collectively as Decon/Recon. In the years since, rRoxymore has found a home as a solo artist on UK label Don’t Be Afraid, a noted outlet for idiosyncratic records that capture dance music’s euphoric history and complex future. Beginning with the ‘Organ Smith’ EP, each subsequent rRoxymore release has carved out its own unique time and space, whether embracing bracing and buoyant melodies, or burrowing down deep into wide-reaching influences and heady studio practices. rRoxymore has contributed seismic cuts to the vinyl sampler of Fiedel’s relentless ‘Berghain 08’ compilation, and the frenetic stepper ‘bBRINGTHEbRAVE’ for Bristol’s forward-thinking Timedance imprint. Her remix honours have taken shape in inventive ways, crafting reworks for SHHE and BNJMN, and landing on releases for Delsin records and Strut. An ever-generative sense for contrasting textures and intriguing, one-off blends runs through rRoxymore’s freewheeling DJ sets, which have taken her to some of the world’s best-respected clubs, including Berghain, Concrete, De School, Fabric and MOMA’s PS1 series, as well as electronic and experimental music festivals like Unsound, Mira, Nuits Sonores, Dimensions, Mutek and Freerotation. rRoxymore’s live sets incorporate an ever-evolving carousel of concepts, blending established rhythms with sketches and improvisations transported from her head to an increasingly bewildering array of analogue gear. Far from the distilled nature of many live sets, rRoxymore’s raw performances allow dancers to connect with her music in a truly physical, soulful sense. Pushing forward to larger and more diverse audiences with her music, yet possessed of the clarity of vision and humble urge to experiment, rRoxymore continues to be defined only as an artist who exists outside of common boundaries.
Portable
Portable is Alan Abrahams, a South African born artist and producer who is also a celebrated live act. Portable grew out of the ruins of the post-apartheid era of South Africa, being part of the generation that was to bring about the freedom of Nelson Mandela and all that followed for his country. He later moved to London to establish his electronic music career. In London, Abrahams began recording as Portable, the experimental, atmospheric project that acts a living link between the indigenous African sounds of his youth, and those first records whose futuristic aesthetic broadened his horizons. He founded the record label Süd Electronic with partner Lerato Khati and released a string of seminal and highly regarded releases. A succession of full-length albums followed, namely 'Cycling' and 'Futuristic Experiments #005' on German label Background records and 'Version' on ~Scape records. After 10 years in the London bustle, he decided to switch gears and moved to Lisbon, Portugal. His album ‘Powers of Ten' for his Süd Electronic imprint followed in 2007. A rich and expansive record, 'Powers of Ten' further explored his African heritage through a new lexicon of sonic influences. Lisbon was his base for 5 years. Here he launched his alter ego project BODYCODE for Detroit label Ghostlyinternational / Spectral. He went on to release 2 albums, 'The conservation of electric charge' and 'Immune' under this moniker to huge critical acclaim. The next capital city would be Berlin, 6 years in this music capital cemented his deeply syncopated brand of electronic dance music. Portable’s music reached a new level of exposure when the 2014 track 'Surrender' received a “Best New Track” designation from Pitchfork, and appeared in a re-edited form on DJ Koze’s critically acclaimed DJ-Kicks mix (named the #1 mix of 2015 by Resident Advisor). And the video to which was named 2nd Best Video by Inverted Audio. This gave birth to further video experiments which Portable began to use for his many live performances Portable signed to !K7, and released his sixth full-length artist album through the label in August 2016. The 11 track affair is his most personal yet, and as such is a self-titled work that features plenty of his own vocal work, as well as some choice collaborations. Alan is now resident in Paris, France. There he has setup he’s own imprint Khoikhoi on which he’s last album ‘Transit of Mercury’ was released, this to critical acclaim and amongst Pitchforks best albums for Winter 2020.

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