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Ben Klock is one of the preeminent faces of contemporary techno. Whether it’s stripped back, pummelling industrial techno or more layered sounds, he is a DJ who places the audio at the centre of his DJ sets, and his commitment to sending the dancefloor on a sonic journey is evident in his consistent choice of venues.
Not only is the Berliner strongly affiliated with hometown institution Berghain, his pedigree ensures he gets the pick of the world’s best soundsystems, regardless of continent or time zone, for example Tbilisi’s Bassiani, Tenax in Florence, notorious Ibiza hangout DC-10 and Warung beach club. These are all venues that vary in many ways, but are ultimately aligned via an emphasis on sound perfection.
Amsterdam’s Gashouder, District8 in Dublin, notorious Ibiza hangout DC-10 or Warung beach club, these venues vary in many ways, but they align through an emphasis placed on sound perfection. Clubs like this call out for the intricate, intense and emotionally powerful repertoire Ben is known for. Himself a perfectionist, Klock demands the crispest, most fine-tuned soundsystems. Anything less would be a disservice to his fans.
Step forward Ministry Of Sound London.
Since it opened in 1991, the ex-bus depot in Elephant & Castle, South London has honed its focus on exceptional sound quality. Walking into the Box room and have the sonic force ripple through your body is a rite of passage. Crystal clear across all frequencies, yet still pounding, the system has been tweaked and updated down the years, but always pushing the envelope as the industry-leading benchmark. While others are playing catch-up, M.O.S. has been willing to embrace the latest technology.
A 22-channel system feeds 64 speakers, of which 6 strategically placed stacks of Martin Audio speakers line the cuboid room. It means wherever you position yourself, no matter front, middle, back or sides, you will feel every subtle change in pitch, key and effect.
Ben Klock will join an elite group of underground champions who have marvelled at the club’s sound, including Adam Beyer, DVS1, Daphni, Floating Points and Dixon. Whereas Klockworks’ production spectacular Photon placed lighting at the forefront of the experience, this will be a one off opportunity for audiophiles to catch Ben play a DJ set on the capital’s most iconic system.
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