Exciting times here at Point Blank as we unveil another great competition, this time to win tickets to a huge Easter party organised by our friends over at Broken And Uneven. The promoters are notorious for their attention to detail, organising infamous loft parties a couple of years ago and now channeling all their experience into warehouse and club soirees of the highest order. For their Easter bash they’ve teamed up with two of the most respected techno labels in the world, Ostgut Ton and 50 Weapons. The line-up includes DJ sets and live performances from Barker & Baumecker, Function, Robert Hood, Shed, Addison Groove and Benjamin Damage – a mouthwatering selection of artists, we’re sure you’ll agree!
The party takes place on Thursday 28th March at Peckham Palais, 1 Rye Lane, Peckham south-east London and is one of many, many great parties Broken And Uneven have planned for this year – their autumn season in particular has amassed some of the greatest names in the world of electronic music, together with international parties such as Sonar also pencilled in over the coming months.
For your chance to win two tickets just head over to the Broken And Uneven Facebook page and hit the ‘Like’ button, then leave a comment below this article naming one Ostgut Ton release. Simple!
You have until MARCH 27TH to enter this competition, so get your answers in and get liking!
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Broken & Uneven’s return to another Easter Thursday (28th March) special with Berlin’s premier techno outpost Ostgut Ton who this time team up with 50 Weapons. Leading the charge for Ostgut Ton is one of their long-standing residents Marcel Fengler, who is renowned for his gritty and melodic style of techno and he’s joined by label-mates Barker and Baumecker who will be playing a live set and re-creating the magic of their standout ‘Transsektoral’ album. Sandwell District’s Function will be previewing some choice cuts from his forthcoming debut album on the label ‘Incubation’, with a combined live and DJ set whilst special guest Robert Hood will be bringing the spirit of Detroit techno with him hot off the back of his long-awaited ‘Motor: Nighttime World 3′ album. Modeselektor’s 50 Weapons imprint will be represented on the night by elusive but ever-prolific Shed who will be performing a live set after releasing his album ‘The Killer ‘on the label last year. Bristol’s own Addison Groove brings his brand of bass-infused electronica to the table after the release of his debut album ‘Transistor Rhythm’ and Benjamin Damage will be playing a rare solo live set after years of collaborating with Doc Daneeka, with the highlight being their colourful ‘They! Live’ album from last year.