Friday, 13 December 2013

K E L P E


Kel McKeown (AKA Kelpe) is a magician. He somehow sits in between Justice and Tortoise with a drizzle of Aphex Twin and refreshing bubbly twist of Daft Punk. A very classy and unpretentious artist I must say.

This London based Music and Video Artist delighted us with one of the best electronic performances I have seen in a while. Keeping his performance quite minimal, and with the backup of a projection screen behind the table, he started with thick chunky beats, introduced some acid and industrial sounds to it, felt a bit bare for some brave two or three minutes and smooth it up with the catchy tunes.

The room wasn´t packed but all the ones that were there knew exactly why they were there. A bit unlucky that there a few more gigs on the night around town.

Boney (ex-Pony) on the other hand showed it is a venue that can handle serious acoustics despite the small size. It´s just a good place to hang out away from the masses. DJs Woody McDonald and Dan Dare were opening the night and warming up with a few sets and some sampling for the first hour or so.


Not a bad place to spend a Sunday night. Always remember to rub the ink off your wrist on the way to work on Monday morning.





Kelpe @ Boney


Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

Kelpe @ Boney

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