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Jakarta: Memory Loop Night presents Central at Ding Dong Disko

Friday, February 10, 2023

  • Mixmag Asia x Ding Dong Disko
  • 7 February 2023
Jakarta: Memory Loop Night presents Central at Ding Dong Disko

Event: Memory Loop Night
Date: Friday, 10 February, 2023
City/Country: Jakarta, Indonesia
Venue: Ding Dong Disko
Line-Up: Central (Regelbau, Help Recordings, Dekmantel), Fyahman & Catra (Dead Pepaya), Cereal Murderer & Weejay (Distinkt Riddim), Xandega & Jurassic Phunk (Studiorama DJs)
Tickets: IDR 150,000 (includes first drink) available at the door or online here

Into the month of love, Ding Dong Disko invites Regelbau/Help Recordings/Dekmantel affiliates Danish producer CENTRAL. Central, real name Natal Zaks, has pushed himself to new places over the years. An incredibly talented individual with a meticulous discography that span many aliases, he’s had his hand in co-running multiple labels of over the years, with his distinct design style much sought out by record collectors and DJs. He has helped foster a small but powerful house community in the Danish city of Århus and taken more responsibility by running an intimate club, SUPER. It is hard to pin down Central’s musical style, but it amounts to a playful, hazy take on 90s deep house and experimental electronica, with a smattering of breakbeat and two-step garage.

Other than his deep catalogue of releases that include imprints like Regelbau, Help Recordings, Dekmantel, Melody as Truth, Kalahari Oyster Cult and many more, he has also co-produced Erika De Casier’s two sensational albums. As a versatile DJ, he is known to deliver off-kilter house/techno sets that are both fresh in mixture and retro in perspective.

Supported by Mixmag Asia, Memory Loop Night was inspired by one of the tracks on his recent album 'Softness'. He will be sharing the bill with local forward-thinking DJs from Dead Pepaya (Fyahman & Catra), Distinkt Riddim (Cereal Murderer & Weejay), and Studiorama (Xandega & Jurassic Phunk) who each will flow with their own tunes and rhythm.

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