Cable London

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Synopsis

Cable turned 3 years young earlier this year and in a comparatively short period of time, we've nurtured many of the world's leading recording artists on their way to international recognition.  It's great timing, then, that this week we'll be releasing our shiney new podcast series, aptly named 'Cablecast'.Several of London's premier drum & bass, house, techno, dubstep & future bass brands were launched at Cable and now call the place their home. Our refusal to follow a set musical direction, instead focusing on quality and character, has helped us carve out a unique reputation in one of the world's most vibrant musical cities. The Cablecast series will closely follow the mission of Cable as a club, representing only cutting-edge, high-grade sounds regardless of genre.

Episodes

  • Cablecast 006: DENNIS FERRER

    Cablecast 006: DENNIS FERRER

    22/04/2013 Duration: 01h00s

    Right place, right time. It's an old cliché, but it's one that's been the definition of New York house legend Dennis Ferrer's musical career. Just as the dance music world was heading into the world of afro-centric house, Ferrer was there. And then, when it began to embrace the mix of tech and soul, Ferrer was there again, leading the way with his impeccable productions.  And as a protege of Kerri Chandler, it makes complete sense that Ferrer's current sound lies firmly in the deep house realm laid out by his old teacher years earlier. Ferrer has brought that anything goes approach to his newest venture, Objektivity. Low slung and deep, Objektivity is a cutting-edge label in touch with its time, putting a uniquely American spin on the deep house revival that is currently making waves in Europe. And with releases from the likes of the young phenoms the Martinez Brothers (who are going from strength to strength) and classic New York house heads like Timmy Regisford and Quentin Harris, it's obvious t

  • Cablecast 005: ALAN FITZPATRICK

    Cablecast 005: ALAN FITZPATRICK

    08/02/2013 Duration: 01h07min

    Cablecast 005: ALAN FITZPATRICK The continued rise of Alan Fitzpatrick is the biggest story in UK techno right now. Having enjoyed a rapid ascent since his emergence as the new kid on the techno block in the latter half of 2009, Fitzpatrick now enjoys a status as a highly respected and in-demand producer. His first album, "Shadows in the Dark", released on Adam Beyer's globally renowned imprint, Drumcode, demonstrating his ability to mix pounding techno with more lush, melodic sounds. From that moment he was hotly tipped by some of the biggest names in the game, including Carl Cox, Dubfire, Len Faki, and of course Adam Beyer. At Drumcode, Alan has found a natural home, and this partnership is definitely proving to be a successful one, releasing three chart topping EP's in Static, Face of Rejection and Insurgent Series. His abilities in the studio have not gone unnoticed, with the likes of Digweed, Joey Beltram and Nick Muir demanding his services.His style of immersive Techno has led to a ram packed gig diary