|"80 sub bass drivers under the floor linked that are linked to the music " .... is all I can say about the new 'super' club Matter - informally labelled 'The One' of all nightclubs. Fabric owners Keith Reilly and Cameron Leslie led the multimillion-pound project, that opened last weekend and I have only heard of one review. Judging from the photos and the equipment that they've got in there, it's a gooden. Although, it seems transport is going to be an issue of which I hear a boat ferry is going to solve.
Check out the line up for the next 3 weeks, it's looking good:
Fri, 3 Oct 2008
This Is Not London: Simian Mobile DiscoLine-up / Simian Mobile Disco (DJ Set) + Lindstrom (live) + Dusty Kid (live) + Shit Robot (liv..
Fri, 10 Oct 2008
Bedrock 10th AnniversaryLine-up / Room 1: John Digweed Room 2: Tom Middleton, Funk D’Void..
Sat, 11 Oct 2008
Diesel xXx 30TH AnniversaryLine-up / The Creative Experiment, Mark Ronson, Mystery Jets, These New Puritans, The Teenager..
In terms of the sound. The main sound system for the club is based around a Martin Audio W8L Longbow line array. Matter’s VIP lounge will feature Void Acoustics Air Motion, Airten, Axys and Mycro loudspeaker systems. Void supplied over 30 loudspeakers for the area, which features a dance floor and seven private-entertainment booths. Two custom-designed bass enclosures – the Axsys X, a 2 x 18-inch multiple resonant chamber design, and the compact 2 x 12-inch Mycro are housed in the area.The dance floor contains two pairs of Void's signature Air Motion triple-horn mid/highs combined with four Axys X subs with Airten twin-coil units used for infills and DJ monitors. The private boots in the area feature an Airten unit and a Mycro X that has been specially designed to fit under the booth furniture. The Micro X features two 12-inch drivers in a space that usually fits only one driver, thus increasing the subs power to 1500 Watts.... yeah ... so it's got completely sick sound basically!
Labels: Fabric, London clubbing, Matter