Wednesday 8 June 2011

Wax Treatment

This was my second time playing at Wax Treatment in Berlin. The night is based around Dub Reggae in its many forms, so I had that in mind during my set and kept returning to Dub & Reggae throughout my set.

The way music sounds on their Killasan soundsystem (which they install in the club especially for the night) is indescribably beautiful. Unfortunately, this recording is just a pale representation compared to the experience as it was on the night.

As the soundsystem is set up facing the DJ, I was able to play without using monitor speakers, so I was able to experience the sound in the same way as the audience. It's wonderful to see every time at Wax Treatment that the crowd very naturally turns to face the soundsystem, rather than the DJ. Just the way I like it.

Some very dear friends were at the club that night, some of whom had never heard me DJ, or had ever experienced electronic dance music in that way before.

The way the music sounded on the Killasan soundsystem was a perfect introduction for them.

Alice Coltrane - Journey To Satchidananda
Shina Williams and his African percussionists - Agboju Logun
Rhythm & Sound w/ The Chosen Brothers - Mash Down Babylon
Om Unit - Prawn Cocktail
Emmanuel Jal - Kuar (Olof Dreijer remix)
Zomby - Godzilla
RSD - Sugar Plumb instrumental
Martyn - Broken
R-A-G - Rage
Surgeon - Atol
Surgeon - Coaster
Paul Woolford - Let It Go (Kommonazmuk & Appleblim remix)
Linval Thompson - I Love Marijuana
Blawan - Lavender
Peverelist - Dance till The Police Come
Surgeon - Transparent Radiation
Chasing Voices - Acidbathory
Oscar Mulero - After All
RSD - Pretty White Light
Lone - Explorers
Martyn - Suberbia
The Tuss - Rushup I Bank 12
Taz - Future Funk
Ed Chamberlain - Synthia (Surgeon remix)
Surgeon - Right Road To Dubland
Scuba - Ruptured (Surgeon remix)
Inigo Kennedy - Obsidian
Surgeon - Sleep (Ultra Violet)
RSD - Over It
Love Joys - All I Can Say

I've been sent a DMCA copyright notice demanding I remove the link to this set from my blog, I assume it was the Alice Coltrane track which flagged it up.

You can easily find the set elsewhere using any internet search engine. It's also up on Soundcloud.
If that's beyond you then here's a [link] to help.