News: Rob Swain And Andrea Parker Call In Support For Their Rewire Project

Curated by Rob Swain and Andrea Parker Rewire seeks to realign the relationship between art and music by asking the musician to respond to artwork instead of the artwork’s traditional role in supporting a musical release. They’ve linked together some of the leading urban artists and electronic experimentalists today to be involved including Cristian Vogel, Luke Vibert, Evac and Clatterbox on the audio side and Augustine Kofie, Moneyless, sheOne and Phil Ashcroft on the visual art.

In order to realise this ambitious project they’ve set up a Kickstarter campaign to fund it, they’re nearly at the target of £5,000 but are calling on last minute pledgers to realise their goal before this Saturday 9th August.

For more information and to pledge check the Kickstarter here.

Recommended Event: Planet Mu at fabric with Luke Vibert and Neil Landstrumm

Planet Mu parties have always been a highlight of ours so we’re happy they’re back this weekend at fabric with Luke Vibert headlining a live set from Neil Landstrumm as well as sets from Ital, Ital Tek and some guaranteed rinsing from Remarc.

Hessle Audio are also hosting a room at the club with experimentalist Matthew Herbert as special guest.

Here’s some music and interviews to whet your appetite for the night ahead. More info and tickets can be found here.

Landstrumm interviews Vibert: http://www.fabriclondon.com/blog/view/passing-the-torch-neil-landstrumm-speaks-to-luke-vibert

Hyp 182: Neil Landstrumm (Moss Trooper Live Mix) by Hyponik on Mixcloud


Photo by Nick Ensing

null+void’s Guide To Easter Weekend

With a four day weekend just begun and record store day falling during this extended off work session we have put together a list of recommended happenings out of the wealth of awesome stuff due to occur.

1. Mika ‘Ø’ Vainio + London Modular Alliance at Hive Project Hackney Wick

The first chance of your weekend to catch a London Modular Alliance session joining Berlin’s Mika Vainio.


Tickets and set times

More info

2. Vinyl Pimp’s RSD In Store party

Vinyl Pimp’s in store events are quite simply always great and with Tim Exile and London Modular Alliance both set to make an appearance this RSD 2014 happening is a sure bet for fun. For a list of what RSD special releases they have in store head here.


3. Houndstooth label showcase at Phonica Records

Second Storey, Call Super and Throwing Snow will all be DJing in the afternoon with a DJ set promised from DMX Krew and more special guests to be announced. We all know that it’s going to be a roadblock in Soho all afternoon but this is going to be worth braving the crowds. Get more info here

4. Bloc w/ Stingray & Boddika


Recommended Event: Groove Control In Barcelona

null+void are in Barcelona this weekend at the second installment of a party named Groove Control. I’ll be DJing from 3-4.30am joining the party’s residents and local crew KDSD, Rockitman, Jehem & D.N.S in the room you can see pictured above with the very same Funktion One rig.

Entry’s only 5 euros which includes beer if you’re coming down make sure to bring a copy of your photo ID it’s a members only venue so you’ll need to sign up to get in.

More info here.


News: null+void Are Guesting on Rinse.FM This Saturday Night

Following the relaunch of the null+void website RinseFM have invited Kirsti (me) down to present a guest show this Saturday night from midnight until 2am. I’ll be playing a heap of new tracks from Warlock, Dead Sound, Jerome Hill, Radioactive Man, Eomac, Blackmass Plastics, London Modular, Monoak and a load more. And perhaps most importantly I’ll be playing out the first release from the label from Shinra for the first time for you all to listen to.

You can tune in live on the night by tuning in on the FM or heading to Rinse’s website here.

I’ll also be sharing an archive here next week.

Recommended Events: Carl Craig and DJ Stingray

Bloc are back for their 2014 series of events kicking off with Carl Craig all night long in their Hackney Wick home, there’s heaps more good stuff happening over the summer take a peek at their schedule here to find out more.

Stingray also lands from Detroit in the UK hitting Glasgow this Friday night joining his Micron Audio signee Galaxian. Stingray will then be heading to London to on Saturday night to join the Plex crew and their always superior standard at Corsica Studios.




And We’re Back…

It’s been a good year (and a bit) since null+void has been active. It’s a one woman show so other priorities in my life took over for a time but now I’m happy to be getting the site back online and re-opening a portal for the music I think is ace.

And also, and most excitingly, I’ll be launching a record label incarnate of the blog releasing music from some individuals who I’ve been a big fan of for many years. More official news on that to come in the coming month, there will be vinyl.

There’s also a lot in store for the podcast series – this is where the bulk of my efforts will be focussed in spotlighting certain artists in way of a mix and interview focus. First up is Clatterbox who has just released an album that is nothing short of beautiful and then a real stalwart of the electro domain Mr Billy Nasty who’s fresh from launching a new label arm of his Electrix empire there’s plenty to talk about with him so eyes on the site in the coming weeks.

Plus to celebrate the re-birth of this website the good people of Rinse FM have invited us to guest on March 8th from midnight-2am. So put that in your diaries and get locked at Rinse.FM on the night.

I’d also like to give a big thanks to nodatavailable for his behind the scenes help and hosting services and Lindsey Weir for the new logo and artwork.

Download: Legowelt’s 1981 Korg Mono/Poly Synth Sample Pack

I’ve been one of the lucky ones who has been privy to a pre-listen of Legowelt’s new album, due for a release on Clone this year and it’s stunning, some say the best ever and I wouldn’t argue with that. That’s not all Mr. Wolfers has been busying himself with of late, as he has just this week upped a samplepack to his site from his 1981 Korg Mono/Poly synthesizer.

“After the Roland Juno 106 sample kit I am proud to present another
300 samples in wav format from my legendary cult all Analog 1981 Korg Mono/Poly synthesizer.
Specially programmed for U…Juicy big Basses, Occult Space Pads, 
Interdimensional Arpeggios, Futuristic Synthetic Drums, Metaphysical Atmospheres
and a lot more…………all ready to take your music into the next sphere of existence! 

“Download your copy in a zip here and load them into your
Tracker/Ableton/FruityLoops/Reason/Electribe/ASR/MPC2000/Amiga whatever u use
and enter a fresh plain of unrestrained inspiration!”

There’s a donate option on the site too, so it’s free but for those with a concience and commercial intentions you can show your appreciation with your Paypal account.