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  • Sasha : Refracted : Live
  • Sasha : Refracted : Live
  • Sasha : Refracted : Live
  • Sasha : Refracted : Live

Sasha : Refracted : Live

Catalogue No. ALNLP43LIVE
Released. 22/11/2017

Due to popular demand, we've pressed Sasha's re-Fracted live onto 1000 numbered, 4xLP crystal clear vinyl. Order now, shipping from 22nd November. “Who is this Sasha then?” asked the Barbican ticket office, as a friend desperately tried to get a...
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Due to popular demand, we've pressed Sasha's re-Fracted live onto 1000 numbered, 4xLP crystal clear vinyl. Order now, shipping from 22nd November.

“Who is this Sasha then?” asked the Barbican ticket office, as a friend desperately tried to get a ticket. “We’ve never seen an event sell so quickly and we’ve never heard of him.” Well, they have now.

After the worry, the fretting, the rehearsing, the practicing and the rave bootcamp, Sasha and cohorts turned the Barbican into their personal triumph. Not bad for an idea that, not so many months ago, appeared to be a DJ’s folly.

It was quite unlike anything he’d undertaken in his 30 year DJ career. To help him, he pulled together a team that included longtime collaborators Charlie May, Dennis White, Dave Gardner, with technical help from Barry Jamieson and behind the scenes advice from the immensely experienced Tommy D – who’s worked with everyone from Right Said Fred to Jess Glynne – and whose wife Rosie Danvers led Wired Strings for both shows. Alongside this core team, orchestral percussionist Joby Burgess and vocalist Julie Daske were added, as well as a plethora of guest singers that included John Graham and Abigail Wyles.

It was a show of two halves. The first half, contemplative, abstract, yet with a surprising intensity, delivered a perfect iteration of 2016’s Scene Delete, with twelve compositions drawn from the album and a previously unheard tune, Interstellar, sandwiched in the middle. The livelier second half was a mixture of Sasha favourites, opening with Gothika and including crowd favourites Belfunk and Wavy Gravy, with three of his remixes – Battleships, Smile and Every Love That Ever Was – before finishing the evening with a sympathetically reworked version of Sasha classic,
Xpander, a powerful climax to two very special shows.

Naturally talk has turned to further shows and tours and bigger ambitions. For now, though, enjoy this unique live recording. Sasha as you’ve never seen him before.

SIDE A
1. Channel Deq 2:44
2. Linepulse/Baracus/View2 12.30

SIDE B
1. Detour/Pontiac 12.24

SIDE C
1 Time After Time/Modcon/Interstellar 10:13

SIDE D
1 Warewolf/Bring On The Night-Time 12.55

SIDE E
1 Vapour Trails/Rooms 8.42
2 Gothika / Sparky 5:13

SIDE F
1 Celestial/Battleships/Belfunk 16.55

SIDE G
1 Every Love That Ever Was 6.35
2 Burma / Smile 12.23

SIDE H
1 Wavy Gravy 8.58
2 Xpander 10.57

 

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