Discovery & Warm. Bank Holiday Day and Night with Move D & friends. Was On Sunday, May 30th. @ The Paper Mill (Day) and The Horse & Groom (Night), 2pm - 4am
Move D &
Ali Tillett & Rob Summerhayes (Warm)
Neil Thornton (Lasermagnetic) Guille Bonesso (Hustle)
Colin & David (Curious People) Rose (Shift)
& more TBC
Daytime (outdoors) The Papermill 2-6 Curtain Rd EC2A 3NQ
Nightime (indoors) The Horse & Groom 28 Curtain Rd EC2
Advance tickets £7 available from www.residentadvisor.net
Evening only entrance to the Horse and Groom £5
Please find details of the Third in the series of very special bank holiday
events which will be taking place over the summer of 2010 with London’s Discovery & Warm party crews joining forces for some very hot days & nights with some truly amazing & talented guests for our May 30th party we welcome one of the hottest acts in underground house music Move D....Previous guests this year have included The Revenge & I:Cube.
Joining Move D will be the Warm & Discovery residents Ali Tillett, Rob Summerhayes, Neil Thornton, Dave Rose & Guille and we will also be backed by some of our favourite East London-based friends, The Curious People. There will be 300 limited advance tickets on sale fro residentadvisor.net which allows you entrance to both daytime and night time parties for the bargain price of £7 you get 2 parties and 2 venues with ONE
ticket... Alternatively there will be limited number of tickets on the door for the Horse & Groom evening session for £5.
If talent converted into record sales, David Moufang would be a very rich man. His records with partner Jonas Grossmann as Deep Space Network and his own solo releases as Move D are among the furthest outreaches of techno's push towards the stars. Moufang grew up in Heidelberg listening to his parents' collection of early Pink Floyd and Kraftwerk records but the most overwhelming influence on his childhood was outer space, the result of a trip to the cinema with his father to see 2001: A Space Odyssey. "I was space crazy as a child," Moufang told journalist Tony Marcus in 1995, "when the other kids were riding around in their little cars I'd be building my own spacecraft. I'd put in a small engine, put rubber on the wheels so it made some noise and stand there with a walkie-talkie and my headphones on. It was very techno..."
Moufang's grandmothers were both classical concert pianists. He can still remember favourite childhood moments, sitting under the piano as they played, surrounded and lost in sound. By the age of 12, he taken up drums (he eventually went on to study classical percussion) and took up the guitar a few years later, this time taking lessons from two separate jazz guitar teachers. He played guitar in a band called Rivers & Trains well into the '90s. Occasionally he even plied his trade as a DJ, spinning electro, funk and jazz. It wasn't until 1989 that he discovered techno when a friend of his, D-Man, invited him to a club he was running in the industrial suburb of Mannheim. When Moufang walked into the Milk! Club that night - like so many others before and after him - he discovered a scene that changed his life. Discovering Detroit, 808 State, Nexus 21 and the first stirrings of ambient techno, Moufang became a committed clubber. Through D-Man, he met Redagain P who converted Moufang's nickname "Mufti" into the more kinetic Move D.
Moufang's first records were made with Grossmann as Deep Space Network. Their first two albums, EARTH TO INFINITY (1992) and BIG ROOMS (1993) suggested a significant, unpredictable and innovative talent which was confirmed by the release of HOMEWORKS (1993), a Source Records compilation that included solo tracks such as "Pulsar" and "I've Been On Drugs" alongside collaborations with D-Man. Ranging from subtle, Detroit-inflected grooves to wired electronic jazz, Moufang's music seemed to operate on ambience, slow motion and subdued rhythm, a sound that was rooted, as Tony Marcus later pointed out, "in the jazzy, laid-back but still hip-tugging tradition of Larry Heard, Carl Craig's "Microlovr" or "The Wonders Of Wishing" and New York's Burrell Brothers... listening to [Moufang's records] is like a sweet and lazy adventure into sound, a space where time and stress are suspended." REAGENZ (1994), a collaboration with SpaceTime Continuum's Jonah Sharp, was an astonishing fusion of beautiful, experimental electronics that reached out to a point that even Detroit's most visionary producers hadn't yet achieved.