Club initiatives Eastern Margins & UNITI join for a spring equinox party in London, Apr 18

16 April 2019

London club collectives Eastern Margins and UNITI have teamed up for a night at The Yard on Thursday April 18. 

As part of UNITI’s PLUR (Peace Love UNITI Rave) event series, this spring equinox party will feature live sets from Vancouver’s x/o, Mun Sing (aka Giant Swan’s Harry Wright), UNITI founder Englesia, as well as DJ sets from Eastern Margins Allstars and DJ Pussiephuss. The event is a pairing of two forward-thinking London club initiatives: Eastern Margins, who provide space for East and South-East Asian club musicians, along with UNITI, a platform that foregrounds LGBTQ+, womxn as well as non-binary DJs and producers.

Eastern Margins have compiled a Spotify playlist of some their favourite tracks by the artists performing at the event. Listen to a 2018 track from x/o called ‘Orchid Dream’ below.**

Eastern Margins x UNITI featuring x/o, Mun Sing, Englesia, DJ Pussiephuss is on at London’s The Yard, April 18, 2019.

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Terribilis mines the recesses of mental illness in the self-identity, self-loathing + body dysmorphia of Interlude Music

5 March 2018

Terribilis releases her debut album Interlude Music via London’s Quantum Natives today, with an exclusive video stream on AQNB. The visual collaboration with San Francisco-based artist Wure, features animations of a “human-esque beast” alter ego, also referred to as ‘terribilis.’

The London-based producer is associated with the Xquisite Nihil collective, and has been performing live in the English capital over the past couple of years: a dark and aggressive culmination of her interests in drum ‘n’ bass, ambient and field recordings. For Interlude Music though, that heaviness remains in the theme of the artist’s own struggle with mental illness — particularly self-identity, self-loathing and body dysmorphia — but the music opens up and breathes into its own catharsis, reflecting on what the artist calls “an audial journey of emotional breakdowns and the moments of enlightenment in-between.”**

Terribilis’ Interlude Music album is on London’s Quantum Natives on March 5, 2018.

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