On December 3rd, 2011, From 0-1 celebrated its four year anniversary and current 12″ release (Catharsis: The Remixes) in proper fashion at one of the most revered underground warehouse spaces in Seattle, USA, known as The Cocoon. Impeccably programmed, all the label artists involved featured their much anticipated live PA’s.
Cyanwave(Seattle) began the night with their first ever fantastic spaced out ambient/experimental A/V set, followed by JGarrett (Vancouver BC) dropping dub techno, acid, and funky tech-house rounded out with a cover of Big Blacks “Tiny, King of Jews” featuring his own vocal talents.
The magnanimous The Automatic Message (Vancouver, BC) brought their signature ‘rough around the edges’ bleeding edge techno in a way only they could, performing a memorable and haunting A/V set. Following was Label Co-Director, Milkplant (San Francisco) dropping his signature blend of sweaty peak time ‘tear your shirt off’ techno.
Let’s Go Outside brought his very unique techno flavor featuring his touch screen controller as his only instrument, a custom performance software of his own design. John Massey (Seattle) then took us to the late night, laying down a lauded thick and punishing hard techno set, which Label Co-Director, Sone (Seattle) followed with a much anticipated live set of highly polished, driving minimal and techno for the late hours.
Rounding out the evening as the sun came up, Rubidium (San Francisco) dropped a proper set of early morning house and techno that had the floor grooving all the way until the sound system couldn’t take it anymore.
It was an incredible event featuring a huge amount of talent that will not soon be forgotten. See the whole photo gallery here.
The Automatic Message
Let's Go Outside