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Cartier 4 Everyone (October ’20)

George \m/ & Hector Lee

C4E started as a free entry night in the Kazimier Garden back in summer ’16, hosting locally overlooked club music enthusiasts (Faux Queens, Alec Tronik) alongside like minds from elsewhere (Taystii, Hesska, Kleft). Since then Cartier’s All-Stars have grown to include an array of producers, performers, artists, DJs and friends all stood in roughly the same spot at roughly the same time.

A shared love for new currents in global club music with a bias towards the progressive remains the raison d’être. C4E Social Functions continue to platform not only these lesser-heard styles, but aim to posit womxn, LGBTQ+ people, and people of colour more front and centre stage as the progenitors of these genres of tomorrow.

Their monthly slot is an exploration of partially-reconstructed club tracks, bootlegs, edits, sound system pop, industrial grime, bassy bangers, anti-bangers and ofc the ambient book-ends… All brought to you with passion, affection, and a serious expression. You are welcome!

This month, C4E’s minimix series returns with Hector Lee from Humble Abode. A short but sweet half hour bursting with club energy, bookended by some lovely experimental selections in lieu of this year’s Unsound Festival from residents George \m/



KMRU – Life At Ouri
Rustie – Coral Elixrr
Liza Aikin – Enclave
DJK Huysmans – Toxic Undead Dubplate
Loraine James ft. Tardast – Marg
object blue + Tsvi – Thought Experiment
Pleaxure – His Eyes Forget the Avenue (Ciel’s 2 Become 1 Remix)
Happa – Rolling Empires
Ikonika – Terminus
MGS2 – Voices XVII (Substance)
Djrum – Tournesol

-Hector Lee MiniMix-
Dynarec – Focused
Ramses3000 – Terra Incognita
Brain Dancing – Hyper Violet
Panthera Krause – Birthday Club (Real Club Version)
Adam Pits – Pixelate
Human Movement – Elevate
Krystal Klear – Dedication (NASA Mix)
Marlon Hoffstadt – To All Believers

Mana – Spin and Loops
DJ Rap – Fuze 1+2
Computor Rockers – Computor Interface (usb 2.0)

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