The legendary Clan Analogue launch their acclaimed new 30th anniversary compilation Cognition 303: Bassline Deviations with a special lineup for 303 Day at the Catfish Bar in Fitzroy on Friday, 3rd of March, from 7.30pm to late. Pre-book your tickets to make sure you don’t miss out!
Cognition 303: Bassline Deviations celebrates the 40-year history of the TB-303, one of the great iconic instruments of electronic music, with fourteen explorations of its newest sonic manifestations. Three of the artists whose squelchy masterpieces are featured on the Cognition 303 album will perform live at Catfish Bar for the 303 Day celebrations – BluNjin, Ollie Lee and Composite Cone. The night will also feature an electronic rock set from Dylan Beast, back from his tour promoting new Clan Analogue release How Long. Ming One will keep the beats going between live sets with DJing throughout the evening, including tracks from his Addiction EP.
Composite Cone’s collaboration with Klaps attracted the highest score from Clan Analogue’s listening panel when they were putting the Cognition 303 compilation together. His 303 Day performance will incorporate the Devilfish 303, his modular setup and the TR8 for a Detroit-techno-influenced improvised set.
Be ready to celebrate the TB-303 on Friday 3rd of March, at the Catfish Bar, 30 Gertrude St, Fitzroy, for Clan Analogue’s 303 Day celebrations, with sets from Composite Cone, Ollie Lee, BluNjin, Dylan Beast and Ming One.
Pre-book tickets to make sure you don’t miss out!