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1Hundred Sebo K

Unit H-G-07, The Hive, TREC, Jalan Tun Razak
Phone: +60122245416
Email: reservations@lenoir.com.my
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1HUNDRED presents
Sebo K (Scenario / Rekids) (Patience Album Tour)
Supported by Alam
In the Le Noir KL Club

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To RSVP for free entry before 1am, simply click 'Going' on the event page. RM40 at the door (Includes 1 free drink).

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Le Noir KL at TREC KL
Club opens at 10pm. Cover charge may apply
To reserve your spot:
Book online: https://form.jotform.me/LeNoirKL/book-a-table
Email: reservations@lenoir.com.my
Phone/WhatsApp: +60122245416
Book a free ride with Grab ‘GOTREC’
Valet parking available

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Sebo K is a unique and influential figure within Berlin’s densely populated music community; both crowd-pleasing and credible, he is a bona fide tastemaker who distinguishes himself by exploring the connective threads between classics from Chicago and Detroit, and modern European tech house, minimal, and rolling percussive grooves.

Sebo K launched his DJ career in early-90s Berlin, as an integral member of Alec Empire’s Bass Terror, the city’s first UK-style drum & bass and breakbeat club nights. By the middle of the decade Sebo K had fallen under the spell of stateside artists like DJ Sneak, Boo Williams and Mood II Swing, and his growing love for Chicago and NYC House and Detroit techno began to reveal itself within his club appearances throughout the city. Sebo K has been a resident DJ for internationally renowned Berlin club Watergate since 2002.

Through his own SCENARIO nights that take place in clubs all over Europe and his relentless international touring schedule, a growing legion of fans both close to home and further afield has been captivated by his unique mix of the old and the new. Instant Classic tracks like "Rancho Relaxo" with Anja Schneider, "Diva", "Moved" feat. Prosumer and his Remixes for Nina Kraviz or Martyn established him as a worldwide renowned producer.

He has recently released his music on Labels such as Phil Weeks' Robsoul Recordings, Tsuba and his own vinyl only label Scenario Music which he started in 2015. By involving Artists like Jus-Ed and Ian Pooley aswell as Diego Krause and Djebali on his label, he continues following his path of combining the Old school with the New school.

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Scenario founder Sebo K drops his debut LP - a seven track mini-album - entitled ‘Patience’ on Rekids out now.

Reflecting on 15 years as a producer, Sebo K has an admirable discography but recent years have been particularly exciting. The German producer’s continual rise includes recent releases on Bass Culture, Robsoul Recordings and Tsuba, whilst his vinyl-only label Scenario has been putting out wax featuring Ian Pooley, DJ Honesty, Jus Ed, Dan Curtin, DJ Deep and Diego Krause. Having cemented a reputation for consistently quality house music, Sebo K’s debut on Rekids exhibits a refreshing sound from the established artist.

Echoing notes and ethereal chords usher in ‘Paradigm Change’ as breakbeats join a moody bassline for the release’s opening cut. Picking up the pace, rattling percussion, ghostly pads and sci-fi inspired synths make up ‘Xhale’, whilst syncopated drums and eerie atmospherics see Sebo edge more towards electro in ‘Transitions’.

Breaks make a welcome return in ‘Restless (Darkness Mix)’, a suspenseful track complete with ominous synths and elements of rave, contrasting to the otherworldly and futuristic aesthetic of ‘Eyes Wide Open’. Amongst the seven tracks are two instrumental numbers called ‘Messier 78’ and ‘Atlantis’, which feature twinkling melodies and serene strings to add a cinematic touch to the overall package.

https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/sebok
https://www.facebook.com/djsebok
https://www.instagram.com/dj_sebo_k/
https://www.soundcloud.com/sebo-k
https://www.beatport.com/artist/sebo-k/10556

Date & Time
12th Apr 22:00
Price
RM40 at the door (Includes 1 free drink)

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