The event is scheduled on the evening of October 19, 2013 in London, with Peter Inspirescu doing 3 hours set.
Another very interesting event agenda novel Inspirescu Petre is scheduled on the evening of October 19, 2013 , in the capital of the United Kingdom, London , following the location to be announced later, along with the rest of the artists who will be confirmed in the line-up.
Visit Romania Petre Inspirescu in London, will be made ??on the anniversary of 6 years, the local brand “ Rhythmatic ”, an event that will share that with the German techno artists Moritz von Oswald , an artist who can be said to already be part of the legend electronic music, he also was known as the Maurizio , or “ Moritz von Oswald Trio ”project consists of live, Max Loderbauer, Moritz von Oswald and Vladislav Delay .
The organizers announced that Romania Petre Inspirescu will be playing 3 hours long set, being one of London’s most favour it artist, together with Moritz von Oswald, will headline the event .
The party is scheduled to begin at 22:00 and end at 6:00 am, ticket prices announced today is £20 and will grow as the evening event, another detail is evident from the party will continue with an afterhours in a location that will be revealed only to the tickets and at the participants at the main party.
To date organizer Rhythmatic are big fun of the roumanians and have already included artists such as: Rhadoo, Livio & Roby, Premiesku, Priku and other international artists: Davide Squillace, Matthias Tanzmann, Luca Bacchetti, Maayan Nidam, San Proper, Julian Perez, Martinez, Marco Carola and others.
Apparently anniversary of the 6 years of the organizer Rhythmatic , the music industry will be animated by two of the most professional artists in the world, the novel Peter Inspirescu and German Moritz von Oswald , both are considered among the best composers electronic music from the production of natural sounds organic.
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Rhythmatic are celebrating their 6th birthday taking place in an East London warehouse on the 19th October and featuring underground techno’s finest. Get your tickets to Rhythmatic here.
On the 19th October, two of the most exciting names in house and techno will be playing their only London warehouse shows this year. Rhythmatic have come a long way since their first ever warehouse party and they have a reputation for bringing the biggest artists to the exciting London warehouse scene. Moritz von Oswald, a techno artist who has been highly influential since the 1990’s, will be flying in from Berlin to give you a masterclass in true techno sound. For those that need a refresher, Oswald is one half of both Basic Channel and Maurizio.
The second is an artist who has already partied with the Rhythmatic entourage – Petre Inspirescu. As owner of the very important label [a:rpia:r], alongside Rhadoo and Raresh, Inspirescu knows the house scene inside out. His fascination with deep house and eclectic rhythms within the scene means his DJ sets are guaranteed to take you on a journey. He will give you a lesson through the times and guide you through the deeper sounds of house.
As if that wasn’t enough, there’s also the official after party: Rhythmatic presents Un:Rated.Wristbands will be available at the main event and the capacity for the after party is set to a strict capacity of just 100. Full details of the Tickets are available on the Pulse website via the link above and below.
Keep checking the Rhythmatic website for specific details on location.
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Rhythmatic are celebrating their sixth brithday party in true warehouse style.
Time flies when you’re having fun. So when the organisers of Rhythmatic first opened their doors to the public in 2008, I’m sure they would be gobsmacked to know that six years later, they would be preparing for their biggest night yet to celebrate their sixth anniversary. On 19th October, East London will once again alight with the sounds of techno and house music, for what should be a high-fuelled thriller of a night.
It’s fitting then that the line-up lives up to the excitement of the night. The first headliner, making his Rhythmatic debut performance, is multi-instrumentalist Moritz von Oswald from Berlin, boasting some of the most influential and innovative techno music around. The second headliner probably feels like more of a local. Petre Inspirescu will be getting behind the decks once more to showcase the grooviest beats of deep house, for what promises to be an electrifying night.
As this will be the only chance to see these two perform in London this year, October’s Rhythmatic is an unmissable opportunity to join in the birthday festivities. Happy birthday Rhythmatic!
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rhythmatic turn six! When this project started it is doubtful they would have ever dreamt that after 6 years they would still be here, preparing for their biggest celebration since the start of rhythmatic. What a journey it has been, from EGG to putting on some of the most talked about parties London has witnessed…
On the 19th October, They will be putting together our biggest event to date, bringing together, for the first time in the capital, two very unique artists from the House & Techno scene, to celebrate rhythmatic’s 6th Anniversary.Their 1st headliner will make his first appearance for rhythmatic, Moritz von Oswald. Half of both Basic Channeland Maurizio, he has become one of the most influential producers of techno music in the 1990s, will be bringing his rhythms and sounds from Berlin. Whilst their 2nd headliner is Petre Inspirescu who is already part of the long list of great artists that have appeared at rhythmatic; He has long been a pivotal figure alongside his frequent accomplices Rhadoo and Raresh. From the very beginning Petre has been strongly affected by deep house tunes and the multitude variety of grooves – not only in electronic music. His DJ sets are as sonically baffling as they are irresistibly groovy; as a producer, his tracks are as unhinged as they are methodical. He equally owns the label (a:rpia:r), with Rhadoo and Raresh.This will be the ONLY warehouse appearance for both artists in London this year. So why not join them in this extra special day and toast a few drinks whilst listening to good music to celebrate a good 6 years, so be part of this amazing journey get your tickets now
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rhythmatic 6th Anniversary
19th October 2013 // 10PM – 6AM
The Sidings Warehouse
We are Six!!!!!!!!!
When we started this project back in 2008,we had no idea where it will take us.Our only aspiration was to stage a good party and be great hosts to our guests.But no matter what aspirations we might have had,nothing would have happened if we didn’t receive the love from the people.From our first ever party and collaboration with the Egg Club and all the way to our forthcoming anniversary party,you guys have been supporting us and giving us the strength to carry on,regardless the difficulties a London promoter faces in our day and age.
We will never forget the first ever warehouse party we put together back in 2009 when we brought to London (for the first time on a 4 hour b2b set), two heavyweights of the quality House and Techno scene, Matthias Tanzmann & Davide Squillace at Hewett Car Park.Or the first time Marco Carola appeared at a London warehouse in 2011,the amazing 4 hour b2b by Rhadoo & Petre Inspirescu at the Pattern Cutters venue,the Hideout showcase with Davide Squillace & Luca Bacchetti at the Leather factory,the Premiesku UK Debut at Main Yard,the recent Fathers and Sons showcase at Village Underground,we have been at the forefront of quality events in the capital.
On the 19th October and in order to celebrate our 6th Anniversary., we will be putting together our biggest event to date, bringing for the first time in London on the same bill, two very unique artists!!
Our 1st headliner will make his first appearance for rhythmatic, Moritz von Oswald. Half of both Basic Channel and Maurizio, he has become one of the most influential producers of techno music in the 1990s, will be bringing his rhythms and sounds from Berlin to our party.
Our 2nd headliner is already part of the long list of great artists that have appeared at rhythmatic; Petre Inspirescu, who has long been a pivotal figure alongside his frequent accomplices Rhadoo and Raresh. From the very beginning Petre has been strongly affected by deep house tunes and the multitude variety of grooves – not only in electronic music. His DJ sets are as sonically baffling as they are irresistibly groovy; as a producer, his tracks are as unhinged as they are methodical. He equally owns the label [a:rpia:r], with Rhadoo and Raresh.
This will be the ONLY warehouse appearance for both artists in London this year.
We hope to see you all there as part of this amazing journey.
Welcome to the weird and wonderful word of rhythmatic
Moritz von Oswald (Basic Channel, Maurizio, rhythm & Sound, GER)
Moritz von Oswald (born 1962), who was one half of both Basic Channel and Maurizio, is a German multi-instrumentalist who went on to become one of the most influential record producers of techno music in the 1990s.
Von Oswald was born in Berlin, Germany. In the 1980s, he was percussionist for Palais Schaumburg and Associates, but moved into electronic music by the late 1980s. He did this first in 2MB and 3MB (with Thomas Fehlmann), and later he co-founded the Basic Channel label with Mark Ernestus, whose various releases came to epitomize minimal techno. As part of the Berlin/Detroit axis, Basic Channel characterized minimal techno along with other artists like Robert Hood, Jeff Mills, Mike Banks, and UR. Living in Berlin, von Oswald was also part of a music scene that pivoted around the Tresor Club and record label, as well as Hard Wax, the record store founded by Ernestus. Basic Channel and Maurizio records are characterized by a 4×4 beats with dub-inflected syncopated synth pads slowly modulated over time, most 12″s containing tracks that take up the entire side of each record. Their work was influential for Richie Hawtin, Thomas Brinkmann, Robert Henke (aka Monolake), Wolfgang Voigt, and later through artists whose records were released on the label Chain Reaction Records, part of the Basic Channel family.
His work with Mark Ernestus as Rhythm & Sound fused his interests in dub reggae and techno, where Jamaican vocalists sing or speak over stripped down techno beats and bass. His most recent releases are with the Moritz von Oswald Trio, where he ‘conducts’ Max Loderbauer (Sun Electric) and Sasu Ripatti, aka Vladislav Delay. The Moritz van Oswald Trio released Fetch in July 2012.
Petre Inspirescu [a:rpia:r] 3 hours
in his home town of Bucharest, Romania, Pedro aka Petre Inspirescu has long been a pivotal figure alongside his frequent accomplices Raresh and Rhadoo. He started djing in 1999 in a small club called Web Club. Four year ago he became resident at Circoloco, Dc10 Ibiza and since then, his way of feeling and understanding electronic music changed completely. In the last three years, his appearances throughout the whole world have brought his name to many listeners’ lips, heightening interest in the fertile Romanian scene-an unexpected outpost of advanced electronic music.
From the very beginning Pedro has been strongly affected by deep house tunes and the multitude variety of grooves – not only in electronic music. His DJ sets are as sonically baffling as they are irresistibly groovy; as a producer his tracks are as unhinged as they are methodical.
He set high standards with the track „Le Bou“ that was released on his own label Arpair which he founded with his friends Rhaddo & Raresh in 2007. The following productions of Petre Inspirescu (his name as a producer) prove that this success wasn’t only a singular case. Thus it’s only fair that Luciano’s Cadenza, one of the most respected labels in the electronic music scene, approached Pedro and signed him right away (Recommendation: Cadenza # 20).
Before, Pedro had gained a good reputation as a DJ, for example as resident at Circo Loco Ibiza @ DC10, where he convinced an international audience week after week. By now he is a globally booked and sought-after artist when it comes to electronic dance music. He even has a group of sympathisers (Ricardo Villalobos, Luciano, Loco Dice, Tania Vulcano and many more) that sounds like the “who’s who” of the international electronic music scene. And there is no end in sight: the new studio in Bukarest has been set up long ago, gigs all around the world increase rapidly and everything is going very well. We are looking forward to his output in the near future.
rhythmatic with Rhadoo & Petre Inspirescu 18 June 2011
We hope to see you all there and part of this amazing journey.
Welcome to the weird and wonderful word of rhythmatic
General Public: £8 & £10 sold out, £12, £15, £17.5, £20 adv, MOTD
Students: £13 with a Valid I.D, no I.D you will be asked to pay full price
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After party: rhythmatic presents Un:Rated official 6th Anniversary afters
No line-up will be announced, just check out who played the last parties to wet those musical taste-buds. 100 capacity ONLY, wristbands will be given out on the night of the main event and very limited tickets available on RA. NO tickets would be sold at the door. At a great intimate space location.
Our past guests: Davide Squillace, Luca Bacchetti, Livio & Roby, Maayan Nidam, San Proper, Julian Perez, Martinez, Priku, Mikee, Suciu, The Unknown Project, Ekkohaus, Damian Oh, Ma Teo, Josef, Rejam DJs, Ken (Down Under), Jospeh Willians, Carlos Ryan, Dennis Christopher & our Residents on rotation
As you’re no doubt aware mobile phone theft is a genuine issue in London as organised gangs are targeting London’s clubs.
Please be very careful and look after your phone at all times. We recommend you avoid using it when you are in the club. If you lose your phone please immediately contact a member of security if you think it has been stolen please give a clear description of the alleged culprit.
We’ll be operating a ‘NO RE ENTRY‘ policy to stop thieves leaving the venue with your phone. You may be searched when you leave the venue. This will deter thieves from taking your phone as they won’t be able to get off the premises with it.
Please do not attend the shows by car; the council and Police would like customers to use public transport or arrive by taxi to discourage people from driving when over the drink / drive limit. There is little or no appropriate public parking in the vicinity.
The venue is a No Smoking venue. Please only smoke in the outdoor smoking area.
Please respect our neighbourhood and exit the area quietly!
The Management reserve the right to refuse entry.
Instagram and Twit about rhythmatic 6th Anniversary with the hastag #rhythmatic6 and win entries for the main and after party
Our 14 Podcast comes from Sepp
Sepp aka Teo, borned and raised on the Romanian Black Sea Coast, had his first contact with the electronic music in 2005, when he listened for the first time various artists from the Cocoon rooster. From that moment he became passionate about techno sounds.
Since 2007 he was topping the bill at the biggest events in the city ’till 2008, when he became the resident of the LaMania club. After 3 years of residence, he decided it was time for production. Artists like Cezar, Cristi Cons, Valentino Kanziani used Sepp’s unreleased work in their sets.
He shared the dj stand with Cezar, Priku, Kozo, Dan Andrei, Cristi Cons, Paul Agripa, Noidoi, Bill Patrick, Livio & Roby, Nima Gorji, Thomas Melchior and a few others.
Now, Sepp’s attention is turned toward some unfinished projects which will be released through this year.
Premiesku played at Rhythmatic 22nd Sept
Romanian duo Livio & Roby, together with their pal George G, sometimes like to play with words, make anagrams or combine formulas. As a result of this game, they derived a name „Premiesku“ for their mutual project, suggesting „premiere“ which resonates as a Romanian name. That is what their collaboration is about – a unique new experience, which is already gaining accolades from many party heads, acclaimed music professionals and opinion leaders.
RThe name reflects the music: crossing of their diverse vibrant inspirations and moods breeds a new concept of genuine, recognizable sound. As a virtuoso audio engineers, they intelligently structure their (sometimes) heterogeneous ideas into powerful and dynamic compositions that catches the heart, the body and the mind of a listener. Compact „four to the floor“ patterns, inspired with classic deep house, Detroit techno and tech house are switched up and deconstructed, resulting in a hypnotic brew. Driving and energetic solid grooves are fused with a plethora of colors and sonic twists, ranging from Balkan cultural heritage to surreal theatre. Their outstanding production has been released on influential labels such as Cecille, All In, Desolat.
RDuring everyday studio sessions of experimenting and fitting the pieces of their imaginary worlds together, computers with straightforward and intuitive softwares are a necessary tool. But digital environment is not enough for expressing all those subtle feelings and stories they want to tell. Essential tools for this transmission are music instruments; they are vital for articulation of emotions, and sharing it with the audience. That is why Livio, Roby and George decided to leave the virtual world aside and create a real, analog environment for their live performances.
RThey did what no one did before – designed three special consoles consisted of parts of various machines. These hardware racks are tailor-made based on their draft, put together by an old fellow in a workshop in the heart of Romania. A inimitable gadget for each one of them is their vision of playing electronic music without computer. With this innovative setup, they have entered the era of their analog sound! The concept is launched at Time Warp Lab in Mannheim on March 31 2012. Guys presented their machines at the workshop „Premiesku analog sound“ organized by Desolat, explaining the new way of playing using the examples from their debut album “Constant” which will be released on Desolat in September. Also, their fresh ideas are presented through their latest release – “indirect” EP released on Desolat in May.
Samara Moss caught up with Premiesku ahead of their UK debut at Rhythmatic
Q. So, how did Premiesku come about? When did the three of you decide to get together?
A. We had been thinking about it for a long time. We wanted to create a real live project and here it is.
Q. Tell us a bit about the project? Where did the name come from and what is the aim?
A. It’s a techno project, live and studio. We have a Romanian flavored name, we played with some words, actually it’s not a real work, but it has Romanian character. Our aim is to make people dance.
Q. What makes Premiesku different from other DJ collaborations?
A. First of all it’s an analog live project, which is a little bit different we think.
Q. Explain the analogue aspect to the project? How does this work?
A. We were sure that we wanted to skip a setup that revolves around a computer and Ableton live. We considered that it’s nice to present our live concept relatively similar to our studio setup and basically really close to our way of creating the music. It’s true that it’s more difficult to install everything and it also needs a lot of attention during the sound check, but in the end it makes sense. So with the help of a very good friend, we designed three consoles which fit perfectly into our live act.
Q. Do you work well together as a trio? Do you each fulfil different roles…e.g. is one more organised, is one more creative, is one more technical etc?
A. We are all the time together in the studio, we have a nice vibe and each one of us is doing his own thing, more or less described in the question
Q. How long was your debut album ‘Indirect’ been in the making?
A. It took a couple of months, the exact time we don’t really know.
Premiesku Live @ Amnesia Ibiza Cocoon party 02.07.2012
Q. What can we expect from the album?
A. Right now the album it’s out on the web with some snippets, so everybody can hear a little bit of it. At some point it’s more experimental and deep, we wanted to create a “no rules” album.
Of course you’ll find some groovy tracks as well.
Q. Are you looking forward to the album launch at Rhythmatic? I understand you have already played as a group at huge events such as Richie Hawtin’s ENTER this summer, what made you decide Rhythmatic was the best fit for the album launch?
A. We are really looking forward to the launch party. We love Rhythmatic, we played for them before as Livio & Roby and we had an amazing time.
We totally believe it’s the right place to launch our album.
Q. How has the analogue set up been received so far? What kind of reactions have you had and did you get when you revealed the set up at Time Warp Lab in March?
A. Of course everybody is curious, we have good reactions from the people.
The Timewarp lab it’s a really fine place and was an interesting experience, we didn’t expect much, but we were totally surprised to see the audience getting involved. We had the opportunity to present our stuff and worked out.
Q. What else is in store from Premieksu this year and going into 2013?
A. For the moment the album and of course the live act. But we always like to prepare new stuff so let’s see
Interview by Samara Moss
Their new album “Indirect” is dropping on Desolat Music Group next week and we have a little teaser exclusively for you guys:
Premieksu will be playing at Rhythmatic on the 22nd September
Rhythmatic has teamed up with Premiesku ahead of their UK debut in London on the 22nd Sept and we are giving some great stuff.
2 x Signed Album by Premiesku
2 x VIP entries main party
2 x After party entries
2 x Premiesku Tops
2 x Rhythmatic Tops
2 x DirtyfreshLaundry Tops
2 x Premiesku bags
All you have to do, is send your name with the Subject line Rhythmatic presents Premiesku to the following email address: email@example.com
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Good luck and see you on the 22nd Sept
Premiesku “Indirect” Album Launch Party
22 Sept 2012 // 11PM – 6AM
Main Yard Warehouse, Wallis Road, E9 5LN
Premiesku (Live Analogue / Desolat / RO) – UK debut
Stathis Lazarides (Rhythmatic, Cavo Paradiso)
Wesley Razzy (Rhythmatic)
Roberto Amo (Above Zero, O!My God Rec)
After a short summer break, Rhythmatic makes a refreshing return with a UK debut from Premiesku, the mutual project between Romanian duo Livio & Roby and George G. September 22nd sees Rhythmatic present the Premiesku ‘Indirect’ album launch party.
The name, which suggests ‘premiere’ in their home country of Romania, represents everything the collaboration is about, a unique experience and a new concept that has swiftly gained recognition on the music scene, from well-known and respected industry professionals to educated party revelers. The digital environment is not enough to express what these three want tell, with their diverse mix of inspirations, ideas and moods, Premiesku have pushed aside the virtual world and done something very rare. Designing three special analog consoles, this innovative setup has launched them into an era of analog sound.
Witness first hand Livio, Roby and George play entire sets, without computers and using tailor made hardware racks, an unmissable experience. Their live sets have excited crowds from festivals to Ibiza, with successful appearances at the likes of ENTER, Cocoon and Space. Expect to hear a sophisticated blend of classic deep house, Detroit techno and tech house, as they showcase the upcoming debut album, ‘Indirect’ due for release on Desolat in September. The trio’s dynamic compositions have already been picked up by influential labels such as, Cecille, All Inn and Desolat.
The September event also welcomes back two truly missed residents, Stathis Lazarides and Wesley Razzy. Stathis, having spent the summer playing next to huge names such as, Ricardo Villalobos, returns to his London home at Rhythmatic. After spending the last few months on the White Isle, Wesley brings his new wealth of experience, inspiration and soul from the techno and house music mecca, back to one of the original boundary pushing parties to resonate from the capital.
Rhythmatic are very excited to celebrate adding yet another forward thinking act to their roster and look forward to seeing all the new and regular faces, as we finally draw closer to the next installment of Rhythmatic parties.
Romanian duo Livio & Roby, together with their pal George G, sometimes like to play with words, make anagrams or combine formulas. As a result of this game, they derived a name “Premiesku” for their mutual project, suggesting “premiere” which resonates as a Romanian name. That is what their collaboration is about – a unique new experience, which is already gaining accolades from many party heads, acclaimed music professionals and opinion leaders.
The name reflects the music: crossing of their diverse vibrant inspirations and moods breeds a new concept of genuine, recognizable sound. As a virtuoso audio engineers, they intelligently structure their (sometimes) heterogeneous ideas into powerful and dynamic compositions that catches the heart, the body and the mind of a listener. Compact “four to the floor” patterns, inspired with classic deep house, Detroit techno and tech house are switched up and deconstructed, resulting in a hypnotic brew. Driving and energetic solid grooves are fused with a plethora of colors and sonic twists, ranging from Balkan cultural heritage to surreal theatre. Their outstanding production has been released on influential labels such as Cecille, All In, Desolat.
During everyday studio sessions of experimenting and fitting the pieces of their imaginary worlds together, computers with straightforward and intuitive softwares are a necessary tool. But digital environment is not enough for expressing all those subtle feelings and stories they want to tell. Essential tools for this transmission are music instruments; they are vital for articulation of emotions, and sharing it with the audience. That is why Livio, Roby and George decided to leave the virtual world aside and create a real, analog environment for their live performances.
They did what no one did before – designed three special analog consoles consisted of parts of various machines. These hardware racks are tailor-made based on their draft, put together by an old fellow in a workshop in the heart of Romania. A inimitable gadget for each one of them is their vision of playing electronic music without computer. With this innovative setup, they have entered the era of their analog sound!
The concept is launched at Time Warp Lab in Mannheim on March 31 2012. Guys presented their machines at the workshop “Premiesku analog sound” organized by Desolat, explaining the new way of playing using the examples from their debut album “indirect” which will be released on Desolat in September.
Also, their fresh ideas are presented through their latest release – “Constant” EP released on Desolat in May.
Adv tickets from RA & Rhythmatic website: £8 sold out, £10, £12, £15, con £13, MOTD
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Nightclubber has distinguished itself, over the last four years, as an open and broad minded platform that has become involved in all the cultural aspects within electronic music.We find music to be an intense and powerful thing that brings people together, so we have aimed at showcasing the best quality underground music out there, for the people that just enjoy a well thought out and unique experience. Our passion extends to the modern and diverse, but also towards the pioneering old school that has left us such a mindblowing heritage consisting in a vast array of layered sounds.
Without further ado, we would like to announce our first UK Showcase in London on the 21st of April to host a party featuring UK debuts by Vlad Caia, Rayo and No Hype that we feel will deliver a new dimension of organic sounds.
? Vlad Caia
is one of the most eclectic Romanian artists which started to shift his focus towards more sound experimentation in order to break free from the already ‘standardized’ rules of electronic music, a move that opened new ways and approaches to sound synthesis and arrangement, clearly visible in Amphia‘s label core concept and sound signature, that he founded together with Cristi Cons.
More about Vlad Caia:
is known for being one of the residents at Arma17 Moscow since 2008. He has shared the DJ booth with the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, A:rpia:r, Cassy, Zip, Magda, Bruno Pronsato, Maayan Nidam, and many other well known underground artists. He is known for his distinctive style , multi-layered sound and mostly for his very late afterhours sessions.
More about Rayo:
? No Hype
originating from Romania, currently living in the heart of Germany, describes his sound as a stable mixture of minimalistic and deep house, a mosaic of slippery beats and soundscapes.
More about No Hype:
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