Intimate Productions
Niice!(tm) :: TOM MIDDLETON (UK) + DelayNoMore & DJ Pandemonium
Lotus Sound Lounge | 455 Abbott Street Vancouver, B.C. CA

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SiGNAL Saturdays presents:

Niice! (tm) series featuring:
Tom Middleton ★ (Global Communication / Jedi Knights / Mod Wheel / Cosmos / UK) ★

along with:
DelayNoMore (Abasi & Ceebas / Intimate /
and SiGNAL debut of DJ Pandemonium (Restricted Ent.)

+ the Niice! (tm) go-go dancers!

Tom Middleton

A classically trained pianist and cellist, Middleton worked in the early 1990s with Richard D. James (with whom he shares the same birthdate), co-producing "En-Trance To Exit" on the Analogue Bubblebath EP for Exeter's influential Mighty Force Records. This was followed by his first solo outing, "My Splendid Idea", under the name Schizophrenia for the same label.

Soon after, he teamed up with Mark Pritchard. The pair recorded under a host of pseudonyms, including the popular Reload (featuring experimental techno and ambient music), Global Communication (primarily ambient), and Jedi Knights (electro funk and house music), plus lesser-known aliases Chameleon and Link & E621. Global Communication's 1994 ambient album 76:14 is widely considered to be a landmark of the genre.

The pair also founded their own record label, Evolution, which is sometimes informally referenced as Evolution (Crewekerne) to differentiate it from other record labels with the same name. A compilation of early Evolution material was released jointly by Evolution and Warp Records in 1995 as The Theory of Evolution. The label name later changed to Universal Language Productions and launched a sublabel, Heard, then became E3 before finally winding down operations. The labels launched early releases from artists such as Matthew Herbert, as well as Middleton & Pritchard under their various guises.

Aside from Schizophrenia, Tom's solo projects include The Modwheel (experimental house music), Cosmos (progressive house music) and AMBA (ambient/classical). As of 2006, Cosmos's "Take Me With You" was his most successful track. In Summer of 2007, Middleton abandoned the AMBA moniker, while still focusing on the ambient genre fusing classical traditions with electronica, featuring orchestral, choral and electro acoustic arrangements. A new EP, Excursions 1 was released on 10 September 2007 while the album Lifetracks was released on Big Chill Recordings on 1 October 2007 under the name Tom Middleton.

Predominantly using the Cosmos and Modwheel monikers (and his own name) Middleton has remixed numerous artists including Kerri Chandler, Orbital, Kylie Minogue, Coldplay, Underworld, Fluke, Super Collider, Prince, Spiller, Model 500, The Beloved, Rob Dougan, Pulp, Leftfield, Ian Pooley, Dubtribe Sound System, All Saints, Goldfrapp, Lamb, Röyksopp, Gotan Project, Amp Fiddler, Mighty Dub Katz, Bebel Gilberto and Orbital.


This Vancouver based duo is part Abasi, part Ceebas, together performing as DelayNoMore. Inspired during their 2010 trip to Hong Kong and Shanghai, they are set to rock a dancefloor near you.

Their goal is to bring the vast knowledge and tracks of the past, together with some of today's cutting edge electronic dance music, to create something familiar yet different. DelayNoMore will be debuting their new track and have some killer mixes picked out just for the occasion.

DJ Pandemonium

DJing since 1996 through to the present, DJ Pandemonium has twice won #2 Best DJ in Vancouver in the Georgia Straight's Best Of The City Issues of 2002 & 2004, and recently won Best Local Vancouver DJ of 2008 in the Westender's Best Of The City Issue, with his most notorious residency Sin City Fetish Night winning many further accolades and awards over the years, all while remaining firmly rooted in the alternative music and culture scenes - no easy feat!

Key elements of a DJ Pandemonium set are all about balance and bringing together a variety of moods and styles on the dancefloor into one explosive whole, always providing what the dancefloor is hungry for but with a firm mission to introduce new music and the future favourite songs of tomorrow. Seamless song transitions with the occasional left field musical hand grenade to shake things up are par for the course, as is pushing envelopes and boundaries, breaking down stereotypes of genres, and making even the most alternative-music-oriented dancefloor irresistable to anyone who comes within earshot!

Some of the performers and artists DJ Pandemonium has shared playbills with include Front 242, Trentmoeller, Peter Hook from New Order, Cevin Key from Skinny Puppy, Steven Gilmore, Meat Beat Manifesto, VNV Nation, Mindless Self Indulgence, Perry Ferrell, Infected Mushroom, Hanzel und Gretyl and many, many more.

You can catch DJ Pandemonium every Saturday at Club 23 West as well as at guest sets around town at other places and events wherever they'll let him darken the decks!
Advance tickets $15

Available soon at:

Beat Street (683.3344) Zulu (738.3232) Vinyl (488.1234)
or Steve (text only to 604.313.3064), JJ or Farshad

Doors 10pm | 19+ | 2 pieces of ID required

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