The unique cross-arts and events venue, Oval Space, is touching down in 2013 with a spectacular in-house music programme launching on March 7th. The whole series will involve four special live shows, four huge late night affairs and four intimate terrace parties spread out over the year showcasing seminal electronic artists in their enormous 6000 square foot warehouse overlooking the iconic Bethnal Green gasholders.


To start off the proceedings on Thursday 7th March, they’ve invited the brilliant Canadian analogue techno trio, Cobblestone Jazz, whose live electronic experiments mirror the sound and unpredictable feeling of improvisational jazz whilst retaining an undeniable 4/4 dancefloor aesthetic. After more than a decade, they are due to release their third studio album via !K7 / Wagon Repair this Spring alongside a renewed live set also prepared, coming at a pivotal time in the resurgence of live, analogue electronic music.

Supporting is FaltyDL, whose genre mutations and meolodic experiments make a perfect accompaniment to that showcased by the main headliners. First releasing on Planet Mu, Drew Lustman has since released on pioneering labels from RAMP, 50 Weapons, Swamp81 and, his new home, Ninja Tune. It is with the latter that FaltyDL has developed a new, more pared down sound with his new LP ‘Hardcourage’, whilst still reflecting an abundance of different influences and genres. Also lending support is James Priestly, renowned and respected DJ, forward-thinking tastemaker and one of the founders behind London’s epic deep house party secretsundaze.

For this spectacular musical showcase in a spectacular warehouse space, MEOKO are offering one person the chance to win a pair of tickets PLUS a vinyl edition of Cobblestone Jazz’s ‘Before This’ 12” released on Wagon Repair.

To enter the competition please email us at with the subject title ‘Cobblestone Jazz’ and one lucky winner will be chosen on Monday 4th March. Good luck!

Visit Cobblestone Jazz’s website here
Buy tickets to the Oval Space Music event here