Parable's first offering featured not one, but two stellar (sold out) back to back nights at London's prestigious Electric Brixton, in which one Professor Stephan Bodzin would head the billing. 

From the team that promises to bring you the best techno artists to the UK's most unique venue spaces, this was a meticulously curated line up that included the likes of Mark Romboy, Luna Semara, and Fideles, to deliver a mesmerising, progressive and intimate journey from start to finish. 

Uncle Godzin is genuinely one of our favourite artists around, his live sets are quite literally spell binding. If you ever have the chance to see him perform live, do it. The German, who's routes lied in composing for European theatres, deviated into his own style of driving, hypnotic techno, submerged with deep melodies that, when seen live, make you look at your mate with a grin and say Fuck on several occasions as the hairs on your arms are waving all over the place. Bodzin's live setup was on this occasion twinned with an immersive visual production, which nestled nicely within the confines of the classical theatre.

Upcoming Italian duo Fideles, who we've had our eye on for quite a while due to there releases and appearances on Tale of Us' Afterlife Label closed out the night by taking the still-packed audience in to deeper and darker places. Hidden places, to be exact, as they dropped there recently trending remix of Bjork's vocal. These two are bloody good live. They're like two fine painters, Andrea Pirlo's, or conductors of the orchestra, only shedding out a shit load of dark, ambient, Mind-Against like synths which send you well on your way past the 6am close.    

Keep an eye to see what the guys at Parable have lined up next, it should be good. Until next time.


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