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Old Fountain Studios: Reviewed


6th May was the start of an exciting new chapter in London. Wembley Park’s Old Fountain Studios presented the capital with an new event amazing space. We promised you lasers – and, boy, did you get lasers! A geometric matrix crisscrossed and cut through the darkened space, illuminating the industrial backdrop. It was a spectacular sight to behold and had attendees outstretched in awe.


But it was The Martinez Brothers and their label cohorts who were responsible for providing the opening with a soundtrack littered with big beats and plenty of NYC attitude. The Harlem-born duo always up the ante when they play in London, and we think they elevated their game even further on this occasion. Rising to the challenge of launching Old Fountain Studios


Then, a mere 4 days later, a second magnanimous but albeit quite different spectacle took place. Renowned German innovator Paul Kalkbrenner took over the venue in Wembley Park for the launch of his hotly anticipated new album, Parts Of Life. Performing music from the album live, Kalkbrenner wowed his legions of devout followers with his unparalleled skills.

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Two shows, two sell-outs. Old Fountain Studios has already made it’s presence felt in London. Here’s to what lays in store for the future.

As well as The Martinez Bros killer extended set, you can stream the other sets from the opening night below.