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5 June 2013

Pure Intec at Space Ibiza 2013

Pure Intec

Pure Intec at Space Ibiza 2013


Intec confirm they will be taking their new Pure Intec club series to Ibiza this summer, for one , a week before Carl Cox kicks off his Revolution season, the legendary Space nightclub will open its Inside Terrace to some of Intec Digital’s finest DJs and producers. 

Representing Intec will be label boss Jon Rundell, new to the label Pirupa, and two of Intec’s longest standing artists, and biggest names in Techno, Marco Bailey and Ben Sims  – all bringing their own diverse sounds and Jon Rundell: “Following on from the previous parties we’ve hosted at Carl's residency at Space, we're happy to be presenting our own one off party there for the first time. We are proud of where the label is heading right now and to be able to be at the club that has inspired us so often with more of our artists is Pure Intec Ibiza is the next in the latest in a string of exciting club nights planned for the label. Kicking off proceedings was the sell-out Pure Intec London on April 11 at East London’s XOYO, headlined by Carl Cox himself.

 They’ll soon be further nights confirmed for London, plus more dates throughout Europe this summer, as well as already announced showcases, including Fabrik in Madrid and Space These parties follow the long awaited re-launch of the ‘Pure Intec’ compilation series, with ‘Pure Intec Two’ released in April, 9 years after the hugely successful original ‘Pure Intec.’

Part 1 mixed by Carl himself, brings a whole load of unheard remixes from his acclaimed album, ‘All Roads Lead to The Dancefloor’ by some of Intec’s finest, plus others from outside the label, including Jim Rivers, Ben Sims, Yousef, Foamo, Tomy Declerque, Reso, Nicole Moudaber, Sharam, Layo and Part 2 comes courtesy of Jon Rundell – his first compilation, and features forthcoming tracks from Intec by artists from the label, brought together exclusively for the first time. Artists include  The Junkies, Victor Vera, Nicole Moudaber, Daryl Stay, Dosem, Pirupa, Alex Sibley, Marco Bailey, Carlo Lio, Tomy DeClerque, Mark Reeve, Ben Sims and Jon himself, with Digital Primate.

“Jon and I thought it was time,” says Carl. “We’ve been working hard the last few years to get Intec back to the forefront of Techno. We have a great roster, with very talented DJs that deserve recognition.

This is our way of celebrating the label’s success, showcasing some of our artists, and of course putting 

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