THE EYES IN THE HEAT + DJs MATT WALSH & DAN AVERY :: Free Download :: Return of Movement Club
THE EYES IN THE HEAT & MOVEMENT CLUB Live at Hysteria Bar on 4th October Free Daniel Avery Remix of ‘Blood’ Available Now
Movement Club is run by DJs Matt Walsh and Daniel Avery. From after-hours techno dens to turbo-shandy soaked indie nights to festival tents full of expectant fluro kids, they have put in the hours over the years and their record collections show it. Movement Club is a residency for them in the original sense of the word; a chance to dig deep, take chances and to play records from every corner of their bags
Walsh and Avery are bringing Movement Club to Hysteria Bar on Kingsland Road on 4th October with special guests The Eyes in the Heat to celebrate the launch of their new record ‘Program Me’.
A collaboration between acclaimed techno producer/DJ Oliver Ho (aka. Raudive) and vocalist/visual artist Zizi Kanaan, The Eyes in The Heat are set to release their electrifying debut via Paris-basedlabel Kill The DJ on the 1st October. A lithe, magnificent beast of an album, ‘Program Me’ features twelve stunning tracks that range from rapturous, space-age euphoria to a sound that hints at something much more melancholy, dark and fragmented.
Avery has recently remixed The Eyes In The Heat’s track ‘Blood’ into a low-slung, heads down acid record. In its original incarnation ‘Blood’ couldn’t be farther away from a club track but Avery has reconstructed the track for the dance floor; the perfect pairing for Movement Club’s imminent return.
Avery says of Movement Club: “We want people to come early and listen to a night of music. This is a club about DJs who know what they're doing, not just acts lined up on a flyer. We want the crowd to trust us and know that they're going to have a good time, whoever is playing"
Walsh adds: "It's also a chance for us to give something back to some of the DJ's who have booked and supported us. They can come down and play whatever they want to a small room of good people on a big sound system. Everyone we've approached seems to be jumping at the opportunity."