smalltown with EJECA + andhim

smalltown with EJECA + andhim

8th June 2014

Brown Alley

We are happy to reveal our special international guest to join EJECA at the Day Rave on Sunday is ANDHIM!
The boys have managed to sell out their Melbourne show tonight and also their Melbourne show last year.. So to say they are in demand is an understatement!
If you missed out tonight or last year for what ever reason make sure you catch them Sunday afternoon.




smalltown returns to mark the special occasion of yet another year in the queen’s innings and more importantly celebrate a well deserved public holiday with a day party. The matriarchs birthday celebrations in the smalltown of Melbourne are now moving into their third year. With past artists including Chris Liebing x 2, Robert Babicz, Jimmy Edgar & Kaiser Disco, This edition see’s new blood in EJECA + Another secret International Guest!



Growing up in Northern Ireland's capital, Belfast, has instilled in the man known as Ejeca a humourous, down-to-earth attitude.

A teenage fascination with production culminated in early releases such as the limited edition, vinyl-only Tusk Wax Five EP, and his work with fellow Northern Irish, Bicep on AUS. It took 12 long years of hard work, but his big break finally came in late 2012 when two of his tracks were named 'Essential Tune of the Week' on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show.

Ejeca's output has always been diverse. Early tracks were centred on a disco/house fusion, and more recently he’s explored deeper house and techno style such as the off-kilter Frequency EP on Sasha's Last Night On Earth imprint. Never one to stick with a particular sound for too long, Ejeca has constantly explored numerous styles, reflecting his own eclectic taste in music. This was highlighted by the podcast he recorded for XLR8R in early 2013. Comprised entirely his own unreleased material, it revealed the full extent of McCartney's eclectic output, meandering from techno and electro, to more abstract melodic cuts - serving as a perfect showcase for what he's all about.

Now firmly established as a reputable purveyor of high quality house and techno, 2014 marks a further step up in Ejeca's career with preparations well underway to unveil his new project, Exploris, a record label which will encompass everything Garry is about. The label will continue Belfast's legacy, showcasing the music of his friends from back home with a firm focus on diversity. There will be no strict music policy, just good quality, interesting electronic music. It signifies the next chapter in the life of a man whose aim is to have a credible, long-lasting career – no hype, no gimmicks.

It’s safe to say Ejeca has got his hands full as he maintains a worldwide DJ tour schedule, continues to keep us guessing with his musical output and lays the foundation for the next stage of his career with Exploris.



andhim – the new boys in town

It was spring 2010 when the Cologne natives decided to kick their butts and get out of their studio to show their beats to the world.
Less than 12 months later Andhim made it to the top ten German newcomers of the Groove and Raveline magazines (two of the most respected electronic music media in Germany and not only). Their records could be found in the cases of famous DJ’s and remix requests followed from all over.