Wednesday, February 24, 2010



Exeter's Vibraphonic Festival opens with Exeter's brand spanking new night for 2010 !!
See only the Biggest, Freshest, Coolest names rolling in to Exeter in their droves. Standout`s missiion is to bring an eclectic selection of cutting edge and A list artists providing a"stricly anything goes" policy.
Expect ground breaking combinations of music over 2 rooms never been seen in this way.
You will not be disappointed!!




Tony Vegas, Prime Cuts and Plus One are the Scratch Perverts - a name that has become synonymous with HipHop and battle DJing ever since their formation in 1996. Their reputation as one of the world's most progressive DJ collectives is unparalleled; two consecutive World DMC Team titles, Plus One's World DMC Champion and World Vestax Champion titles, Prime Cut's back to back World ITF Scratching crowns, and countless showcases and gigs all over the world.

Although they may have retired from battling indefinitely, the Perverts have lost none of their supercharged competitive spirit.
The creative energy and enthusiasm that the Perverts exude is quite something, through all their schizophrenic influences and lofty ideals you get the feeling that they will harness and channel their combined creativity into something very special.



A multiple DMC Award winning DJ duo made up of DJ Plus One of Scratch Perverts and Ben Geffin from The Mixologists. They have had an immediate and profound effect on the club scene since teaming up in 2007; producing transcendent remixes for La Roux and Florence & The Machine amongst others and releasing their genre bending ‘U.F.O’ EP on HervĂ©’s Cheap Thrills Records.

Citing influences as diverse as Timbaland, Rage Against the Machine, A Guy Called Gerald and Sebastian, the two began to hone a style fusing House, Hip Hop, Drum & Bass and Dubstep with Electro and Baltimore Club, and what emerged was a cutting edge sound. The duo demanded immediate attention after their gob-smacking take on Boy 8-Bit’s anthem ‘Fogbank’ dropped in early 2008 followed by refixes of Trip’s guitar-driven ‘Who’s That?’ and the now classic AC Slater remix.

Support from major industry players Zane Lowe, Annie Mac (who has played almost everything they have produced|) and the Crookers plus the whole of blog-land have taken them to the next level in 09. They are currently finishing off their last remix of the year to start work on their debut album which will be released May 2010 and the duo aim to be headlining festivals soon after.



Utah Saints are DJ Tim and Jez Willis, and have been DJ-ing dance music since the birth of house music. Unlike many other successful acts who have turned their skills to DJ-ing, Utah Saints were DJ’s first and foremost before they had world-wide success with their production, remixes and of course Utah Saints. Having had numerous top 10 hits, over the last 15 years, Utahs are still at the top of their game, as DJs and producers. Currently signed to Ministry of Sound / Data and remixing for the likes of the Twang, Utahs continue to be an essential name is dance music.


Reso is a rising star, gaining worldwide notoriety for his technoid inspired productions which often transcend the dubstep tag that many have easily slotted him into. Reso’s aural identity is a densely layered, high octane tapestry, rich with musical texture and colour, which sets him apart from the minimal sparseness of many of his fellow producers. With a busy DJ schedule, Reso has been smashing dancefloors from Newcastle to Nottingham and London, whilst regularly hitting Europe. With releases due on Storming Productions, Destructive, Urban Graffiti and Skud, Reso is definitely one to catch before he blows up!

Plus support from Exeter`s most loved DJs:

Ben & Lex
Mr Nice
Maxxi P

Not only that:

Mainroom full Funktion 1 Sound, Room 2 Opus Sound
State of the art intelligent lighting in both rooms



Doors 9pm-2am - Over 18s Only - Bring ID

Advance Tickets £12 Plus Booking Fee

Available Soon From:
Exeter Box Office, Cornwall House, Exeter Uni, EX4 6TG 01392 263518
Reform Records, 121 Fore Street, Exeter, EX4 3JQ 01392 435577
Phoenix, Bradnich Place, Gandy St, Exeter, EX4 3LS 01392 667080

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