26 Sep 2016
Soundblab reviews our Rocket All-dayer
Rocket recordings is, by any stretch of the imagination, one of the most vibrant record labels around, championing a pulsating roster of international acts that might broadly be categorised as psychedelic but more accurately exploring the experimental and avant-garde. Full marks then to Baba Yaga’s Hut then for getting half a dozen label-affiliated acts in one place – that place being the promoter’s main “tied house” the no-frills Corsica Studio in the Elephant and Castle, London. It also says much for the label that they could at any other time plucked another half a dozen names from their little red book and served up at least an equally strong line-up.
First two acts were Coldnose and Kuro, the former a solo table top techno surfer from London who laid down some pretty cool, understated beats designed to ease what was, at 3.30 in the afternoon, a sparse following in need of a bit of warming up. Kuro is a name you may be unfamiliar with but boy do they have pedigree. French classically...
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