It's a very English festival, Glade... Sunshine, a bunch of mad hippies, Jeff Mills headlining, and off to one side a cozy little Sancho Panza tent that on friday night hosted Veryverywrongindeed - Tim Sheridan playing back to back with Mr C for four hours, a killer set from Mike Monday, Josh Tweek and Frenchy warming up, and a live set bang in the middle by UK techno duo Spektre.
We're releasing that set as veryverywrongindeed's first CD in January - Spektre, Live at Glade. But in the meantime, here's a sampler of two of the cuts from the upcoming album.
Wetwired showcases the subby, naggingly hypnotic and narcotic side of the boys, with On A Roll a much more driving, razor-sharp minimal techno cut. The album itself includes new versions of Spektre's own tracks on Heimatmelodie, Oliver Huntemann's Dance Electric, as well as tracks from Rotary Cocktail alongside their other releases on Suruba, UFO and Dekadent Schallplatten.
With support from the likes of Hawtin, Vath, Dubfire, Mark Broom, Magda, Mike Monday, Holgi Star, Dave Shokh, ChloÃ©, Format B, Andrew Grant, Phonogenic, Sebastian Roya and VVWI favourite Ludovic Vendi - and this upcoming live album, whose recording was one of the highlights of a very wrong Friday night at Glade - Spektre will be one of the key acts for VVWI in 2009...
"Amazing! Loving this!" - Style Of Eye
"LOVIN IN A ROLL... ROLL IT!" - Riva Starr
"Wicked" - Kos
"Hot hot .. love em both" - Emerson Todd
"Spektre always explode any Brazilian dancefloor" - Paulo Jardim
"Wicked" - Mistress de Funk
Written and produced by Paul Maddox and Richard Wakley.
Published by Hatfish music.
Taken from the forthcoming CD Spektre - Live at Glade!
(P) and (C) 2008 Veryverywrongindeed Recordings
Distributed by Discomania.
Spektre management: idealdjs.co.uk.
Tim Sheridan management: the-x-agency.com.