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T-Quest & Shrug pres; ARIL BRIKHA (Art of Vengance) Sat 17th Mar - One22
This is a strictly limited capacity event (Only 200 tickets avail) to ensure a intimate gig.

Tickets: $15 1st Release, $20 2nd Release from http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?338722


Joining T-Quest’s love for the deepest of musical spectrums along with Shrug’s passion for melodic grooves the two parties join together to create a synergy befitting the multi facetted sounds of our fascinating headline act; Aril Brikha.
Supported by; Dave Stuart (Shrug), Robbie Lowe, DarkChild b2b Galaktik (T-Quest), MSG (Subsonic)

With haunting strings, filtered chords and synth pads adorning the hypnotic beats, Aril’s live sets & releases transcend dance music’s ever multiplying genre’s and brings back the old feeling of making us just want to dance, whilst creating a beautiful emotional connection with what makes electronic music great.

Aril Brikha - Bio

With his first releases In 1998 Aril Brikha reacquainted the world with deep techno soul, as his record Groove La Chord crossed generic boundaries. Is it techno? Is it house? Is it deep house? It’s everything and nothing. Groove La Chord is simply timeless, even though Aril had originally presented it on his demo as a potential B-side. Two years after he recorded Groove La Chord, Brikha heard it in a club for the first time played by none other than the seminal Derrick May.
Since forging an alliance with Fragile/Transmat, Brikha has toured the world solidly with his live show, playing everywhere from inaugral DEMF (Detroit Electronic Music Festival) and numerous prominent clubs such as London's Fabric, Tokyo's Air and Yellow.

Aril re-emerged from a production hiatus with a few select releases on some of Europe's most forward thinking electronics labels, Kompakt, Music Man, Poker Flat, Conaisseur, including remixes for Octave One, Deetron, & Kollektiv Turmstrasse.

Brikha set up his own label Art Of Vengeance in 2010, the first release was in the form of the 10 year anniversary of the first album that came out on Transmat, “Deeparture In Time”. The Album has been revisited in collaboration with Jasper Dahlback who has remastered all the tracks. During the digging in old DAT-tapes, early and unreleased tracks were found. These tracks are put on an additional CD with other rare tracks that came out as B-sides or on the US version of Deeparture In Time.

Aril’s deeparture can also been seen as a lifelong journey down the path of creating a reputation for evolving his music on the forefront of expansive techno…. Brikha has always created cerebral, emotional and spiritual electronic music, whilst the rest of the world may have demanded otherwise Aril has stuck true to himself & his music.
Supported by; Dave Stuart (Shrug), Robbie Lowe, DarkChild b2b Galaktik (T-Quest), Aril Brikha (Sweden / Art Of Vengance), MSG (Subsonic)
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the fuck!!!!

nice!


once again, cracking artwork. looks like a cover of time magazine
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once again, cracking artwork. looks like a cover of time magazine

This time the wonderful Magda does get the credit for it
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That artwork is sick!

look forward to this one

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Now thats what i call a party!!! Amazing support also
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all of the One22 flyers so far have been visually pleasing.

it's been a while, since i've seen consistency like that.
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all of the One22 flyers so far have been visually pleasing.

it's been a while, since i've seen consistency like that.

Nice to hear

Hopefully people think there's some consistency with the bookings too;

Sat 18th Feb - LooseKaboose - Haul (live) - Simon Caldwell
Sat 25th Feb - One22 locals only - Defined by Rhythm (3hr set)
Sat 3rd Mar - Chemistry - Phil Smart & Jamie Lloyd
Sat 10th Mar - One22 pres; Kirk Degiorgio (UK/Art) & Christian Vance live (Haul)
Sat 17th Mar - T-Quest & Shrug pres; Aril Brikha
Sat 24th Mar - CO-OP - Prosumer

Not a bad 6 weeks worth imo


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all of the One22 flyers so far have been visually pleasing.

it's been a while, since i've seen consistency like that.

I think you'll find that's because a certain bearded fellow is in charge. The man knows what he likes

(and thanks for lovely feedback above, always helps when there's a good press shot )
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Feb 20 | Eighty Nine Invites Magda Bytnerowicz and Tim Heaney (Mel)
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Nice to hear

Hopefully people think there's some consistency with the bookings too;

Sat 18th Feb - LooseKaboose - Haul (live) - Simon Caldwell
Sat 25th Feb - One22 locals only - Defined by Rhythm (3hr set)
Sat 3rd Mar - Chemistry - Phil Smart & Jamie Lloyd
Sat 10th Mar - One22 pres; Kirk Degiorgio (UK/Art) & Christian Vance live (Haul)
Sat 17th Mar - T-Quest & Shrug pres; Aril Brikha
Sat 24th Mar - CO-OP - Prosumer

Not a bad 6 weeks worth imo

I'd say it's conistent. Someone who liked cruddy music might disagree, but that'd be it.
All the local support for the internationals are all spot on appropiate & add to the nights well.

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I think you'll find that's because a certain bearded fellow is in charge. The man knows what he likes

Gandalf is your boss?

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Gandalf is your boss?

Yes. Yes he is.
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Yes. Yes he is.

He is a wizard on the decks after all ...



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and Magda that flyer is real good. bravo!
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you should totes send Aril that pic for his approval, pretend its the actual flyer
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Truly quite special. Nice juan.
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slight hiccup with tickets on RA...they're live now

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very excited to be joining the looveleh shrug crew and hosting aril brikha, not forgetting the tasty local artists
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Nice tracks. Looking forward to this night a bit now.
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Some great footage of Aril's last gig in Melb............niiiiiiiiiiiice
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great clips/tunes guys

looking fwd to see what special tunes msg (subsonic) has got packed for us!
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Nice stuff being posted. To be honest I've never checked out much of his stuff (though ive got a couple of his tracks I think), I don't know why, just haven't, sometimes it feels like there is too much music (but we all know too much good music is never enough ).. However all this music has me pretty keen to check him out..
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cheers oli and true that, there's so many tunes out there that its almost impossible to buy it all!

here's another goodie from aril brikha

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Great little interview from ok Kana

http://okkana.com/2012/03/kana-inter...h-aril-brikha/

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It’s been some 14 years since the release of Brikha’s Groove La Chord and it’s been a continuous period of achievement and demading presence that’s seen his studio work and live performances parading effortlessly across the world. The inspiration fuelled by the likes of Depeche Mode, Front 242 and Jean Michel Jarre from the younger years set an unprecedented substratum and if we were to discern his perspective on tomorrow we’d find ourselves reinventing and standing at the gates of an intricate renaissance.

Moving towards the commencent of another Australian tour, we’re taking some time this week to dicipher what’s becoming an ever fluctuating transit comprised of the haunting atmospheres most commonly associated with the soldiers that reside in the fortifications of aesthetic decadence.


Kn: ”Art Of Vengeance” is now home to all of your original material. A conscious departure from releasing on an array of various labels no doubt. What was the main motivation behind starting your own imprint and what plans and aspirations do you have for the imprint in the near future?



AB: Basically having more control over my music in all its aspects, the sound, the choice of tracks and the artwork. The plan for now is to just keep releasing ep’s with a theme/city/subject…something that has inspired me. I’m also listening to other peoples stuff but nothing confirmed at the moment. The idea of the label is to release anything I like so it’s not like the label will only have a certain sound, I already tried to show that by the first 3 releases.

Kn: You’ve been producing for many years now – since the age of 16. What currently inspires you to keep forging the path you’ve been on all these years? Where do you see the momentum of your soul taking you from here?


AB: I am, as usual, all over the place when it comes to styles. One day I feel like making melodic stuff, another banging techno and another more downtempo disco/italo/deep-house…it’s a mess! I don’t really plan what to make, I let my mood and inspiration guide me… with the help of my ears.


Kn: 2011 was a healthy year in terms of remixes and releases on your new imprint. What projects are you currently conceptualising and bringing to fruition?

AB: Something connected to japan, something connected to detroit… more info will follow when I have it all planned out with the final artwork and such. I’m also trying different co-ops with vocal stuff, remixes of non-techno tracks… just trying to keep things interesting for myself. But I’m definitely putting out 2 more ep’s this year and some remixes seem to be on their way; stay tuned!


Kn: Since your highly publicised tour in 2008, technologies have shifted and emerged. What has changed since then in your approach to live performance, your live setup and in the delivery of your live set, which for the most part is unrehearsed? What should Australian shores expect this time round in celebration of your ‘Deeparture In Time’ tour?



AB: Well the main difference was already made 2006 when I switched from hardware set-up to my laptop based one. I’m still doing the laptop live-set but just like with the hardware, I don’t have any arrangements, bridges, track order or anything prepared. Each sound is separated, kick, hihats, snares, percussion, basslines, chords… everything. I’m the one controlling, launching and manipulating the songs and the order of them as I go along. So, I don’t really know what people can expect, the crowd and feedback I get is as a big part of my live-set as my own input is.

Kn: As we transition into 2012, are there many aspirations in life that you still have your heart set on achieving?

AB: Just try to find inspiration again, it’s hard when you have to be creative all the time with music. You can’t help but think rather than just feel. I try to do whatever sound I feel like but at the end of the day I get bored of doing 4/4 tech/house whatever. As I mentioned, I have been starting to talk and work with other people at this point and something I have never done is working with other producers or musicians. I’m tired of sitting home alone making music. I’m going to try the “band” thing…

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Looking forward to returning to Sydney nightlife for this one!

Looking forward to seeing some familiar faces there also. Should be a good crowd

Nice one Raffi, Haig, Dave & co!!!
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Nice list action from Aril on Everguide site:

http://everguide.com.au/music/clubs-...il-brikha.aspx

On the eve of his return to Oz, Aril hit us with a handful of his top fives.

Five favourite clubs (anywhere in the world):

Yellow/Eleven Tokyo
Goa Madrid
Berghain/Panoramabar Berlin
Doornroosje Nijmegen
The Tube Belgrade

Five tracks that you’ve enjoyed remixing the most:

I have only done about five remixes anyway... so:
Jori Hulkkonen - Sience
Tiger Lou - A Partial Print
Adam Beyer – Ignition Key
Kollektive Turmstrasse - Uneins
Joel Mull - Sensory

Five favourite record labels:

Mute
M plant
Basic channel
UR
Fnac/F-Com

The last five clubs you’ve played at:

Rotte Sonne - Munich
Schwartz - Augsburg
The Black Sheep - Cologne
Tresor - Berlin
The Tube - Belgrade

Five favourite movies:

Bladerunner
The perfume
The pianist (Haneke)
Black swan
Lost in translation

Five favourite DJs (five guys you love playing with, or would always go and check if you were in the same city andknew they were playing):

Deetron
Joel Mull
Hunee
Ryan Elliot
Art Department

Five favourite pieces of music you don't play in a club but keep coming back to):

Brian Eno
Radiohead
Depeche Mode
Chopin (or any good classic music)
Chet Baker (or any good jazz)

Five tracks from Deeparture… that you’re most likely to play on tour?

Since the tracks were made 1995-1996, its not much parts of the tracks I have that I can use to play live. But. Groove la chord for sure. Maybe Sweet Lullaby. Maybe On & On. I will more likely be playing tracks from the more recent releases, ‘Palma EP’ and ‘Forever Frost’
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So want to try and get to this. Headliner + supports are absolutely spot on.

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Kicking off this Friday 9 March is the ‘Art of Vengance’ tour from Soma Corp impresario Aril Brikha. The producer recently reissued his defining album Deeparture In Time with a new disc of previously-unreleased material from that era, so he’s got plenty of fuel for a hypnotic live set. We threw some questions his way via email ahead of the first show.

When I interviewed you in 2008, you said that you often find with albums that only a handful of the tracks grab you. What’s your approach to the album format; do you think about it as a whole or more a collection of individual tracks?
Well, back in the days it was basically a collection of tracks being made during a period of time which got collected onto one CD. I haven’t made an album since 2007 and I’m probably not going to in a while, or at least until I find a project that inspires me to make into an album. For now I’m happy just doing EPs with a strong profile/artwork/idea…and keep it short and sweet.

Some producers I’ve spoken to say they can feel a bit restricted by the live show format – how do you keep the live set interesting for yourself? Is it a matter of always adding new parts?

Yes, I would say it’s a matter of adding new parts. When I make a new track I always bounce it into my live set first so I can see how it fits in with my current productions. It’s also a great way to figure out the actual arrangement of the track. I don’t really have a fixed live set that is prepared so it depends on the crowd, the vibe and what mood I’m in.

Can you tell us a bit about running your own label Art of Vengeance and what freedoms it allows you?

Basically having total control over a label allows me to do whatever I want. I’m in control of the music, the choice of the tracks and the artwork. I think I’ve spent more time on the artwork for each release than on the music! My approach is to do whatever kind of music I want, no matter the tools I have at my disposal. I would make music on a Casio toy synth if that’s all I had.

What was the motivation behind the Deeparture In Time re-release, or how did you find the experience of returning to it?
I wanted to do a 10 year anniversary remix project for Groove la Chord back in 2008, but some unexpected events came up, involving an Israeli colleague, which became such big news that I decided to put the whole project on hold. Last thing I wanted was for people to think that I did that to get attention for a future release.

Once things calmed down though I re-visited the idea again, at which stage the album was turning 10 years old. I figured why not do the whole album as a re-release/remix project in celebration of its 10 year anniversary? So this re-release features tracks from the original release, like Groove la Chord, as well as un-released tracks that were made during the same period.

What convinces you to take on a remix job – is there something in particular you’re looking for in the track?

In general I don’t like to do remixes. Especially doing a remix on some kind of minimal track just doesn’t make sense to me! For me to get interested in doing a remix the original really needs to have a vocal. In fact, I would say nowadays I only take on vocal tracks.

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umm no id super-fail for this one....thats if it aint already sold out?
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2008 events - was that the furore over that tech house producer ripping off Groove La Chord?

that was fairly juicy
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2008 events - was that the furore over that tech house producer ripping off Groove La Chord?

that was fairly juicy

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