Open at Nomad London

Date /Saturday, 13 April 2013
Time /21:00 – 05:00
Venue /Nomad London/ 58 Old Street; Hoxton; London EC1V 9AJ; United Kingdom
Cost /£8 early bird /£10 1st release /£12 on door
Line-up /

Room 1 (Upstairs)

Tim Paris (MFR/Marketing music)
Theo Komp (Minimal Force Records)
Neil Catlin (motek london / woo.ble recordings)
Qugas (Login Records/DeveLoopers)
Frazer Campbell (Open Resident)
Anthony Campbell (Open Resident)

Room 2 (Downstairs)

Dominique Danielle (Rinse FM)
Tatumba (The DeveLoopers)
Charlie Wilson (Open Resident)
Danny Isaac (Open Resident)
Dank Je DJ’s (Open Resident)

Promoter /


After the a great first Open party of the year at Hoxton Basement in February with Nadja Lind , Jon Gurd and the Toast Underground duo Leroy Roberts and Steve Kurz we have our next installment at Nomad London. We have 2 floors of proper underground electronic music paired with an excellent line-up of up and coming artists and seasoned pro’s along with Open residents and founders the Campbell brothers Anthony & Frazer. A change of venue yes but same principals and ethos remain, great venue , music, people and artists programmed thoughtfully.We would like to welcome our headliner for the night Tim Paris who will be unleashing his brand of electro tinged Techno and French flair to the decks at Nomad. We witnessed his 3 hour set last year at ‘Items & Things’ at loft studios in August with Magda and Marc Houle and simply had to book him.

Originally hailing from Paris, London based Tim is a DJ of amazing taste and one of the most respected producers around.

After building up a dj reputation in ¨parisian underground circles, doing parties with Jef K, Chloé, Alexkid and Ivan Smagghe, Tim Paris teamed up with Jef K to help him develop the now infamous Crack & Speed label. Working the dancefloor but also developing his skills in the studio, Tim Paris had his first breakthrough with the remix of a rock tune called “Future Now” that have been picked up by Ralph Lawson’s 2020 Vision label and became one of the biggest underground tune of 2004. From there Tim Paris didn’t stop and continued to release quality tracks and remixes that are praised by the most discerning djs. Now based in London, Tim Paris started in 2005 his own label, again with Jef K, Marketing and is considered by both djs and press as one to watch in a (very) near future.

With recent releases on Magda’s Items & Things labels and an upcoming album release on the ever growing label Canadian based label My Favorite Robot.

In addition to Tim we have Dominique Danielle from Rinse FM who will be our main event downstairs and will be blasting out her trademark Deep Tech House.

Dominique’s musical tastes began from early influences, such as her parents, who were very much into Bangra and Greek musicals. This, as well as her older sisters’ love of R’n’B, 80’s pop, Reggae and Motown contributed to her varied style and continues to shine through in her live dj sets.

Her musical style weaves between deep, tech, funky and electronic house, where she voyages through quality house grooves to suit all.

Through her own experiences of being totally blown away by hearing amazing music whilst on the dance floor, she was able to draw from these experiences and has been fortunate enough to discover and express this love of dance music.

At present, Dominique presents her own show called Danger House every Friday night 11pm-1am GMT on one of London’s biggest underground radio stations Rinse FM.

Support in the main room with Tim Paris will be provided by Open founders Anthony & Frazer and 3 special guests in the form of Theo Komp Neil Catlin and Qugas. Expect ambient underground House/Techno through to proper Techno and Minimal soundscapes.

Support downstairs for Dominique Danielle in the form of Tatumba , Charlie Wilson , Danny Isaac and Dank Je Dj’s . Expect Deep educated groovy House and Tech House.

See you there!

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