9/22/2005

Isolée at the Middlesex Lounge

Well, we're puttin on a show (scan down to buy tickets via paypal). It's Thursday 22 September and it's with new-sound of Isolée (aka Rajko Mueller), who will produce layered but physical dance music live before your eyes. Also playing: Rainbow Bright (aka Mike Uzzi and Jay Flower) live and DJ Caulder.



Beau Mot Plage was Isolée's first smash hit, from his first CD Rest. It smashed cause everyone was playing it, from househeads like Derrick Carter to trancier types like Danny Tenaglia. But it came from the underground:

Isolée - "Beau Mot Plage"

Then Rajko took a few years off, playing live and doing a host of classic remixes. He returned to the Playhouse label and a second single:

Isolée - "Can't Sleep All Night"

But it wasn't until this year's We Are Monster when Isolée really took off. The album has been rumored to be licensed for America a couple of times. Consider "My Hi-Matic," a track that breathes and bleeds.

Isolée - "My Hi-Matic"

Play it louder than that.

His "Enrico" was put on the Dawn disc of our handmade promotional Square Sound II which many of you have. More on Isolée here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.

Buy music from Isolée (We Are Monster is thoroughly lovely) at Forced Exposure:

Isolée

Opening are local electro-artisans Rainbow Bright, whose own monster "The Rollah" is about to storm dancefloors. Run for your life.

Tickets to Isolée at the Middlesexlounge will be kept at the door that night under your name. We'll move the furniture downstairs so there'll be plenty of room.

Each ticket costs $12.00. Capacity is limited, of course.
We're doing it through paypal, sorry if that's a hassle.

There is a maximum of 4 tickets per purchase.

Isolée
Rainbow Bright
DJ Caulder

Middlesex Lounge
315 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA

September 22nd, 2005
9pm - 2am

ADVANCE TICKETS TO ISOLEE HAVE BEEN CLOSED
THERE WILL BE A LIMITED AMOUNT OF TICKETS
AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. THANKS

3 Comments:

Blogger Paul Irish said...

So i guess where it says "no cover" is wrong?
http://upcoming.org/event/29805/

7:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's where I hope my 2x12 ducats extend me (and my wife) the courtesy/privilege of skipping a co-mingled ticket-buyer/ticket-holder line (a al the Middle East's habit).

In other words: I really hope the foresight that will move the tables and chairs to the basement will also see to it that an exclusive ticket-holder's line is created.

-------

George: I'm in line to buy.
Elaine: No, George, this is the ticket-buyer's line.
George: No it's not, it's the ticket-holder's line.
Elaine: Then how come we're not moving?
Kramer: Good question.

% George addresses the man in front of him.

George: Is this the ticket holders line, or the buyers?
Man: Holders.

% Instant double-take.

George: But I asked you before if you had a ticket, and you said no!
Man: I didn't. My friend was getting it.
George: [furious] Good. It's good to be accurate like that.

Elaine: How long would *you* have stood in the ticket-holders line?
Kramer: [thinks for a while]
Elaine: [gives up] Yeah, exactly...

10:59 AM  
Blogger seymour said...

I wish I was there...! Have a great time! Loving your tunes.Gimme gimme gimme more.
hugs

11:44 PM  

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