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1151  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o - KLUTE ALBUM TOUR - 2hr SET! // DOJO // THURS 7TH JUNE // £5/£4 b on: May 17, 2007, 00:45:48
Yeah you're probably right about ambush but still not worth taking the risk when at the time there was nothing on in the week of the 7th

Yeah it is semi regular, this is the fourth tempo, only dj we booked before though was ben pest - this will probably be the last one now til september, when hopefully starting a techy dnb night with a friend, keep eyes peeled for  "A.G.G.R.O" !  Tomato Slayer!   and hopefully a minimal night too, dunno whether the t.e.m.p.o thing will still be going though
1152  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o - KLUTE ALBUM TOUR - 2hr SET! // DOJO // THURS 7TH JUNE // £5/£4 b on: May 17, 2007, 00:23:34
oh so it does.... sorry peeps  Undecided - it was booked for 31st may, but ambush would kinda piss all over it!
1153  General / The Forum / t.e.m.p.o // THURS 7TH JUNE // CANCELLED on: May 16, 2007, 23:12:21
Slayer



Mixmag - "rarely do jungle albums handle changes of pace and atmosphere this well, keeping you captivated right until the very end. The Best d'n'b album of 2007 thus far



Klute has been a fixture on the Drum and Bass scene for over a decade, lending his creativity to the likes of Metalheadz, 31 Records and his early stable Certificate 18, responsible for releasing his first two albums, Casual Bodies and Fear of People. In 2001 his own Commercial Suicide imprint was borne out of a necessity on Klute’s part to control his own releases as well as provide a support network for the ever increasing new generation of like minded producers. So far the label has seen releases by Klute himself, Calibre, Amit, AI, Tactile, Total Science, Digital, and Austrian prodigy D.Kay. Previous to this much lauded and rebellious electronic career, Klute fronted legendary Skate-Punk outfit, ‘The Stupids’, an apt schooling for a producer with this unique level of eclecticism.

But how did we arrive at this point? In his own words Tom recalls: “after releasing my last album Fear of People on certificate 18 in 2000 I decided to spend the next eighteen months getting back to my roots as a drum and bass artist.” The result of this retrospection was a series of well received singles, “with the dance floor in mind”. The aim (which was comfortably achieved) was “to spread my wings, connect with more people and bring my music to a wider audience.” With this reintroduction a hunger was reborn leading to Klute coupling his early album work with his new found club orientation; “…rather like bringing a book to the people instead of another issue of a magazine.” The twelve track result, Lie, Cheat & Steal effortlessly bridges the oft-ignored gap in Drum and Bass between artistic longevity and dance floor appeal.

Tom’s humble contentment with his latest labour of love and its’ non-Drum and Bass offshoot, You Should Be Ashamed is indicative of their probable success. “As an artist and as a listener I have always been very diverse and those familiar with my output on Certificate 18 will know that there if far more to me than Drum and Bass”. As a melting pot of every electronic and roots based genre, Drum and Bass is often blessed with moments of inspired creation. Klute’s latest Drum and Bass offering is the latest example. Couple this with You Should… and the resulting double album offers both guidance and education to the KLUTE sound and it’s background: “The reason why I went all the way with the electronic album is because my heart lies in Detroit. I’ve always appreciated all kinds of electronic music but for me this revolution began in Detroit and You Should Be Ashamed is my own take on this hugely important part of my life.”

As an ongoing studio experiment, tracks from both albums have crept onto sound systems and into the hands of DJs all over the world in recent months and henceforth proved their dance floor worth and immediacy. This fresh take on dance floor elements has been welcomed across the board by the likes of Goldie, Bailey, Marcus Intalex, Fabio, Trace, Andy C and Ed Rush. Any preconceived ideas of a lack of non D&B maturity in Klute’s other works have been dispelled thanks to DJ support from Andrew Weatherall, the Plump DJ’s, Laurent Garnier and Mr C amongst others.

With the dance floor firmly taken care of the home experience doesn’t fail to satisfy, in fact it captivates, returning the club support favour with a special link rare in modern dance music LPs. (above words by Catalyst)

Klute has been back in the spotlight in recent years once again. After the release of 2003’s double-shot Lie, Cheat, and Steal / You Should Be Ashamed , Tom returned in late 2004 with his fourth artist album : No One’s Listening Anymore . featuring a full-length vinyl LP and a CDLP with bonus CD featuring all of Klute’s finest non-drum’n’bass tunes. With radio and DJ support across the board, this album featured many deep and uplifting tunes, as well as heavy dancefloor tracks. To coincide with these releases, Klute’s DJ-ed across the globe, in the USA and Canada, all over Europe, the UK and as far afield as Australia and New Zealand.

2005 meant more international gigs for Klute, as well as more releases from himself and other artists on Commercial Suicide. Klute’s „Rosemary / Don’t Wanna Be Alone’ dropped on Metalheadz Platinum at the beginning of the year. On his own imprint we saw „Learning Curve/Hell Hath No Fury“ as well as singles from Amit and Break.

2006 brought more offerings on Commercial Suicide, including full length LPs from both Amit and SKC, and more singles from the man Klute himself, and Break. A first single was released on Soul:r , which features „We’re All Dying / Come Back to Me“  as well as a debut on Friction’s Shogun Audio, with „Revolution“/“Most People Are Dicks.“

2007 will see the release of Klute’s 5th artist album (his 3rd on his own label Commercial Suicide. The LP  (The Emperors New Clothes) will drop in April with promos out in March. With his high-quality output of late, this should be his best LP to date. Expect a wordwide tour to promote the album.

For more infos check www.commercialsuicide.org and catch Klute on his DJ gigs all over the world.



1154  General / The Forum / Re: Minimal on: May 16, 2007, 22:14:40
get an account at http://www.projectw.org and look in the music section there's a thread with all 2007 minimal links
1155  General / The Forum / Re: whats on over the 1st weekend in june? on: May 16, 2007, 22:10:44
Klute will be playing at dojo lounge , £5 / 4 with n.u.s just about to put the flyer up
1156  General / The Forum / Re: whats on over the 1st weekend in june? on: May 16, 2007, 15:44:22
I have Klute playing a 2 hour set as part of his album tour on thursday 7th if you're going to be around. flyer will be up soon
1157  General / The Exchange / Re: modded XBOX 360 for sale on: April 09, 2007, 01:30:28
no thanks pno

thanks joe pm'd back
1158  General / The Exchange / modded XBOX 360 for salde ***SOLD*** on: March 25, 2007, 18:55:45
core system practically new hardly ever used, modded by CSB
comes with box, all cables, one controller, vga cable for computer monitor (£20) and game Crackdown, also if you request a game i can download and burn it for you think i have one dvd left
£180 or best offer

now SOLD
1159  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // thursday 8th // @ dojo // bleeps n breaks // £3 on: March 08, 2007, 20:20:17
bump  Smiley
1160  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // thursday 8th // @ dojo // bleeps n breaks // £3 on: March 08, 2007, 13:22:28
yesterday at dojo was groove on which is a student electro / house night
there's lots of house nights at dojo, the insiders run a drum and bass night called intrigue there also
1161  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // thursday 8th // @ dojo // bleeps n breaks // £3 on: March 07, 2007, 18:42:10
Love the wonkiness, would be good to have u down at some point definitely
I wish I was going to bloc... so much! unfortunately money means it's a choice between that or Glade, and there's no way in hell I'm missing that
You have yourself a fat time if your goin!!
1162  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // thursday 8th // @ dojo // bleeps n breaks // £3 on: March 07, 2007, 02:39:43
ah cheers for askin yeah ben pest played a really good set, so unique! turnout was a bit poor but the owner sorted me out so i didn't lose too much money - was worth it to see him, don't think ill ever understand what the hell he was doing but it sounded amazing! nice guy as well.

I'm the guy who was on before you at get raised by the way, my mate who was on as well was talking to you about sunchase in dmt the other day i think. I didn't hear your set that night but the gypsy/techno mashup thing sounds interesting you have any sets i can download?
1163  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // thursday 8th // @ dojo // bleeps n breaks // £3 on: March 07, 2007, 01:29:28
why did it take ages to load or something?
1164  General / The Forum / t.e.m.p.o // TONIGHT 8TH MARCH // @ dojo // bleeps n breaks // £3 on: March 07, 2007, 00:38:12


Slayer
1165  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // BEN PEST LIVE! 2HR SET! // DOJO LOUNGE // TONIGHT!!! on: February 08, 2007, 20:51:16
i like that dead like elvis tune
1166  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // BEN PEST LIVE! 2HR SET! // DOJO LOUNGE // THURS 8th FEB on: February 08, 2007, 15:44:19
Ben Pest's set will be from 12.30-2.30  Slayer
1167  General / The Exchange / Re: XBOX Modding Service on: February 07, 2007, 15:27:31
can't recommend C-S-B enough!
came and got my 360, modded it and had it back to me in under an hour
nice one mate!  Two Thumbs
1168  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // BEN PEST LIVE! 2HR SET! // DOJO LOUNGE // THURS 8th FEB on: February 05, 2007, 17:23:51
 Two Thumbs  yes mate will be good to see ya
1169  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // BEN PEST LIVE! 2HR SET! // DOJO LOUNGE // THURS 8th FEB on: January 30, 2007, 22:21:13
yeah he's an amazing producer, check out this stuff on his new label
http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/Info?Track=PAN01
1170  General / The Forum / t.e.m.p.o // BEN PEST LIVE! 2HR SET! // DOJO LOUNGE // TONIGHT!!! on: January 30, 2007, 22:10:51
1171  General / The Forum / Re: t.e.m.p.o // DOJO LOUNGE // TONIGHT! // £3 on: January 20, 2007, 21:10:58
 Tomato Slayer! yes mate thanks for comin!
1172  General / The Forum / t.e.m.p.o // DOJO LOUNGE // TONIGHT! // £3 on: January 17, 2007, 01:08:59
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