When: Friday 12th May, 11pm – 4am
Where: Partisan Collective, Islington Mill, 1 James Street, M3 5HW
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An Ode To Morsel presents: A night of boundary pushing music, bringing local and afar DJ’s from Ashida Park and beyond.
Prepare for a night of sonic beauty for An Ode To’s first birthday.
Bringing st.grimes, ASJ, marjai & Adamantine Chains (live) to Salford’s own Partisan, based in Islington Mill.
// st.grimes //
Carlo Alberto Madoglio aka st.grimes is a musician, producer and multidisciplinary artist based in Milan (IT). With Eurosport, debut EP and first contribution to Austrian label Ashida Park, st.grimes took us on the perfect polyrhythmic journey by synthesizing all his influences into a genre-bending release. His productions are filled with nods to abandoned rave sounds and an obsessive attention to rythm. They look inward while inviting the listener to disregard any genre-defining listening conventions. Since 2021 his music has appeared on labels and platforms such as Ashida Park, NTS, Rinse FM, Boiler Room, Fritto Fm, Dublab, Fact Magazine, among others. High Speed Eurostar, his latest single, was released by independent record label based in Milan: Doña Valentina. The track is featured in the label’s first compilation Doña Valentina Vol.1 along with productions by Carlycore, CRRDR, NTFL (C.T.M) and many more.
// ASJ //
Currently Manchester based, raise and born in HK. ASJ refers to ‘A Spiritual Journey’, Her music journey started off in 2015. The core of ASJ’s work is the concept of the mind, force beyond the physical, emotional and perceptive driven. Across Asia, Europe and the UK. She had perform at various music festival like Clockenflap, Sonar, CTM, Unsound and upcoming April at Sound From the Other City. She had also performed in venues like Berghain Saule (Berlin) , Razzmatazz(Barcelona), QuaI De Bourbon (Paris) etc. Her music has received plays and guest mixes on radio stations like NTS Radio, Radar Radio, Boiler Room, etc.
// Marjai Gay //
Raised on a heady mix of Channel U + emo, and later wedded to the art of ballroom and latin dance, marjai gay marries global drum sonics with scuzzy d.i.y ethos, foraying into the darker, experimental territories of club and avant-garde for the likes of Sable Radio, High Hoops, and Rat Party. You might also find him co-scheming with his NARR radio family or repping QTIBPoC kiki house, House of Flava, in the North’s flourishing vogue ballroom scene.
Safer Spaces and Accessibility statement
The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a disable toilet.
Partisan aims to be a safer space. As such, harmful and discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. As a cooperative, Partisan is democratically owned by its members, and is shaped by everybody through what we say and what we do. If you are challenged or feel threatened, speak to someone wearing a Partisan t-shirt or anyone behind the bar; they are there to help
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