Thursday 21 July 2011


This gets better & better, two nights for the price of one...!!!

MAIN ROOM - Bristol promotions outfit MORPH is pround to present one half of the much coveted Instra:mental. JON CONVEX will be displaying his slower paced, more club based alter ego for this Bristol exclusive. Describing his own brand of electronica as 'electronic party music', this performance promises to set Timbuk2 alight. Morph will also be showcasing another alter ego in the form of RETROTEK, more commonly known as Bristol's very own dubstep producer Wedge.

Joining the line-up in the Main Room Nonom & Brockout join forces for the first time in Bristol to bring you DEZ WILLIAMS (Elektronik Religion/Warm Data) who in spite of a busy release schedule pulls no punches with an incendiary live set of all new material that is not to be missed.

BAR ROOM - The NONOM DJs are joined by the room shaking JE:5 in Room 2 to complete all killer no filler' night of No Nonsense Music covering Electro, Detroit Techno, Chicago Acid, House, Funky, Mutant Bass, Juke/Jit, and much more...

Room one:
Electronica / House / Techno

JON CONVEX (Instra:mental / Naked Lunch)

DEZ WILLIAMS LIVE (Elektronik Religion/Warm Data)

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Room two:
No-Nonsense Music

JE:5 (Krankenhaus/Slidebar Recordings)


TIMBUK2 - 11PM - 5AM - £7


Holy Island, an island off of the coast of North Wales is where Dez Williams begun spinning wax at an early age and now maintains his humble analogue / digital studio. Isolated from the marketing, fashion and pretentious attitudes that plague the music industry, Dez is free to express himself through his machines. Safe from this environment he is unconstrained and has no urge to conform with any ideal or aesthetic and thus his electronic music is pure self expression. A window into his soul. His day job at an electronic components factory means that he is no stranger to repetition, rhythm and electronics. His sound is perhaps a product of his daily grind with boredom, escapism, events in his life and a long term passion for technology, horror and science fiction. Inspired by many of the classic Chicago / Detroit / electro / techno producers, like the finest, his sound is unique, uncompromising and unpredictable. His vision of techno is deep and futuristic with a heavy dose of funk. Dez's passion for sound and the darker side of the human spirit compels him to create tracks on an almost daily basis and he sits on an incredibly vast archive of cassettes, mini-discs and CD's of his work. Yet his reclusive nature dictates that his release schedule remains sparse. His tracks can range from driving techno, to melancholy and dark synthesizer orchestrations, ghostly deep listening, straight up electro cuts and beyond. Sometimes simple, sometimes complex, within his sounds are vast amounts of detail for the listener to decipher. Emotions transmitted through mathematics and code. Williams' tracks have found their way into the sets of DJ's like Dave Clarke, Adam X, John Peel, Ellen Allien, Mike Dred and Rob Hall. He has constantly retained an underground / cult fanbase. His debut LP 'Elektronik Religion' for the SCSI label was hailed as "One of the very few truly great electro albums of the new century". Dez remains true to the underground and simply creates for the love and need to do so. The mark of a true artist. He continues to DJ and play live sets and has had releases on a variety of labels including Acruacreee, Ai, Cheap, SCSI, Blase, Voodoo, and Ben Sims' Native imprint...

Catch Dez WIlliams & The NONOM DJs weekly shows 7-11pm Wednesdays via the PIMP portal​tal/home/radio-an-tv


More info and promo materials coming soon...

Wednesday 6 July 2011


Dez Williams' third album on Warm Data entitled 'Kollektion', concluding a trilogy for the label, is a fourteen track opus of deeply immersive styles, cutting a broad swathe through the electronic music landscape.

At once harking back to the 'golden age' of UK techno from the likes of B12, Black Dog and Aphex Twin, whilst tracing the arc of influence back to Detroit via the ultra smooth yet urgent 4/4 pulse of 'Surplus' and in the case of '4ling (Voxless)' further still to the proto-techno origins of Kraftwerk.

Elsewhere, the langourous Slomo and submersive Caltraon, give a nod to the more stripped down leanings of the contemporary German techno sound. The darker electro snap of 'The Ability' and the unsettling menace of 'Dominant' acting as counterpoint. The more introspective electronics of tracks like the cunningly titled 'Habbrakadabrac' or selective ambience of 'Fex2', serve to clear the palette ready for the next welcome deviation in sound.

An accomplished anthology with broad appeal for deeper floors and contemplative head-spaces alike, and a good introduction to this long serving and prolific UK DJ and producer. Offering the listener a wonderfully varied selection, each strong enough to stand alone, yet working as a cohesive and involving listen when heard as a whole.

the album is available now on Bandcamp
DEZ WILLIAMS - Kollektion

For the label back-catalogue and info

For the live experience be sure to check out
Dez's Elektronik Religion show Wednesday 7-8pm GMT

Saturday 2 July 2011

DJ FUNK at Timbuk2, Bristol - July 29th, 2011

Bristol's Timbuk2 have left us awestruck with consistently stellar bookings featuring, for us at least, some of the biggest names in the business that, in an ideal world, should require no introduction or overt hype - DJ Godfather, Dave Clarke, Egyptian Lover, Marcel Dettmann, Space Dimension Controller, Marco Passarani, Jerome Hill, Soundstream, Function to name a few... that list continues to grow on July 29th-30th as IST DAS & BROCKOUT give us the addition of two more names, DJ FUNK and LEGOWELT.

The NONOM DJs will be warming up for DJ FUNK on the Friday night with a tight and deep selection of true school house and techno to get the party simmering before DJ Funk steps up to tear the floor apart...

For the real heads that 'recog', we'll see you there, front and centre.
For the rest, its about time you set that alarm.


AUGUST 19th - NONOM/BROCKOUT feat. DEZ WILLIAMS and JE5 - Timbuk2, Bristol

Friday 1 July 2011

Slugrave Mixtape #005 - Side B

01. Conforce 'The Land of the Highway'
02. Lowtec 'Running Elephant'
03. Floating Points 'Vacuum Boogie'
04. Kassem Mosse '2-Untitled'
05. Dexercist 'Revolt'
06. Tin Man 'Love and Sex Acid'
07. Jus-Ed presents Nina Kraviz 'Voices (RMX DJ QU)'
08. Steffen Baldo 'Ends Meets'
09. Ed Chamberlain 'Styge'

Released by: Slugrave
Release/catalogue number: SLUGRAVE005
Release date: May 27, 2011

Slugrave Mixtape #005 - Side B by slugrave