We will be celebrating the release of Acquaintance’s debut album, Satellite Stream, this evening in Brighton. The Green Door Store is the place to be from 11pm, as all four Anti-Ghost Moon Ray artists take to the decks to spin their favourite music. We’re also honoured to be joined by guest DJs Markings and Matthew Balaam, the latter of whom has kindly created a mix to get us in the mood…
More information about the night is available here. Hope to see you!
All four of the Anti-Ghost Moon Ray artists are releasing albums this year. To celebrate this, and in particular the first release – Acquaintance’s ‘Satellite Stream’, which came out in early March – we’re having a party.
We’re very pleased to welcome MARKINGS as our headline DJ. As part of Aka Aka Roar, Markings is responsible for bringing some of the best underground music to Brighton dancefloors. Expect intelligent but hard-hitting club sounds, taking in house, techno, bass music and beyond. www.soundcloud.com/markingsuk
Our second guest is MATTHEW BALAAM, a Brighton DJ and record collector who organizes semi-secret and ridiculously fun nights in London as part of Square Root. Matt is known for his eclectic sets, but we can expect it all to be deep, soulful party music. www.soundcloud.com/matty-balaam
Arrive early to catch rare DJ sets by all of the Anti-Ghost Moon Ray artists:Acquaintance, Gazelle Twin, Bernholz, and Great Pagans. We will be spinning a range of music including experimental electronics, acid, R&B, deep house, noise, disco… and more.
‘Gazelle Twin, makes eerie, bass-heavy industrial pop that will raise the hairs on your neck.
Her latest single, ‘Belly of Beast’, showcases the Brighton-born musician’s experimental approach to production, mixing the familiar sounds of a supermarket with ethereal vocals and intense beats.
Set to release a new album later this year, we caught up with Bernholz to talk the forthcoming release, being part of the Anti-Ghost Moon Ray collective and find out what draws her to a darker aesthetic.’
“You’ll get repeatedly lost amongst his music, and with every subsequent excursion, you’ll stumble across something new to cherish. There aren’t many albums out there with such replayability.” – Larry Day from The 405