Up until 1993 if you had said to me, that I was going to be bigging up electronic music, (aside from Kraftwerk, Depeche mode and Front 242), I would have laughed at you. I used to say “it all sounds the same,” or “its just a geezer with a box” and “its not proper music” et cetera, et cetera. Then during a night shift in spring 1993 I heard these two absolute classics on the radio, Underworlds Cowgirl and the equally timeless Acperience1 by Hardfloor. A week later I’d gone to my first bona fide “rave” called universe, very rapidly realised what I’d been missing, caught up and had a damned good nineties.
I immediately knew I liked the harder more “trancey” beats, including absolute gems including X-Cabs, neuro and neurodancer by wippenberg. In August 1999 I travelled to
Quantum Bleep is based in the city of
So if you happen to live in or visit Bristol (UK), the next Quantum Bleep on the 7th June 2013 continues its monthly residency at The Cavern Club. It’s the perfect place to enjoy premium electronic music, in a fantastic venue, with friendly up for it party people, all of which expresses what the collective is about i.e music, partying and absolutely no attitude. You can see why their reputation of delivering quality electronic music is so richly deserved.
As with most scenes nothing happens in isolation, so with its companion night, “PlanetShroom”, Quantum Bleep has delivered some of the best underground electronic acts such as OOOD, Olmec, Monkey logic and Robosapiens to dancefloors and clubnights in Bristol. You can sample the sound of quantum bleep in the studio here with more to follow later this year.