Following two immense shows at Cable, Buzzin’ Fly return for their third and final slot of 2010 in what is sure to be a very special Christmas party. On December 4th Ben Watt welcomes highly regarded, much respected German label Dial along for some Xmas fun of the versus variety. The two labels will go head to head as Ben welcomes Dial regulars Lawrence & RNDM across the channel. The bar will be hosted by Disco Bloodbath & Tim Sweeney (Beats In Space / DFA).
Bar: Disco Bloodbath Presents:
Tim Sweeney (Beats In Space / DFA)
10pm – 6am
£8 Limited Advance / £10 Advance Tickets & Students OTD / £13 OTD
Ticketweb: 08444 77 1000
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Bermondsey St Tunnel
020 7403 7730
Tube Station: London Bridge
With a license 4am and a new banging sound system in tow, Tayo’s Tracksuit Parties’ take over The Book Club with a belter of a line up headed up by a star of 2011, none other than David ‘RamJam’ Rodigan.
LOST returns with an exclusive presentation from Jeff Mills. After 18 years of underground events LOST are as reclusive as ever. Retaining the mantra ‘revoluton for change’ this is the first in a series of exclusive presentations from long term LOST collaborator Jeff Mills. The Sleeper Wakes…
‘The Sleeper Wakes is a project about Great Change… explores time and the absence of it. It explores the various methods of creating sound for a specific time in Space for our future, the preparation and calculation of what could and will be and most importantly, what we do with this sensitive and rare opportunity” – Jeff Mills
Once again setting the precedent for the future of electronic dance music, specifically that to emerge from Detroit in the latter part of the 20th Century, Jeff Mills continues to set the pace into the 21st Century forging forward the futurist tradition of musical visionaries. The Sleeper means all the things we know and expect. Wakes means to be conscious or enlightened.
KING CANNIBAL & NINJA TUNE PRESENT:
‘THE WAY OF THE NINJA’ OFFICIAL ALBUM LAUNCH.
Ninja Tune’s hard man King Cannibal – aka Dylan Richards – has created ‘The Way of the Ninja’ – a 74 minute mix of 250 tracks blended, sliced, diced, torn-up and finally rendered to audio, released 8th November 2010.
…The 8/10 NME-approved long-player is crammed with Ninja Tune classics, personal favourites, some slept on and a few exclusive acapellas and instrumentals – not only a Ninja Tune retrospective but the sound of King Cannibal’s last 20 years.
This is the official UK Launch with a hand picked line up courtesy of King Cannibal himself.
The best thing about it – It’s free entry all night and the first 100 people will receive a free King Cannibal Goody Bag!
KING CANNIBAL (Special Way Of The Ninja Set) +
DJ FOOD +
BUDDY PEACE +
FREE ENTRY ALL NIGHT!
***Remember it’s free entry all night, and the first 100 through the doors will get their paws on a free King Cannibal goody bag – Please do arrive early to avoid disappointment***
Follow this link for a 5 minute mini-mix taster of the album: http://www.ninjatune.net/thewayoftheninja
In association with ‘The Rhythm Factory’.
The next edition of the Tender Love Soundsystem, after a sell out show in July with Matias Aguayo & Band, is scheduled for Saturday 11th December and will be an auido-visual feast of the highest order.
Tender Love is bringing Jimmy Edgar back to London for his first live UK show in six months, since his appearance in Fabric alongside Magda (m_nus) in June. Expect a full audio-visual show, first time in London, from the man of the moment currently touring the world with his idiosyncratic blend of detroit-indebted, sexually charged funk – this will be the last chance to see him in London for a while!
Edgar will be joined by L-Vis 1990 and Bok Bok – two of the most sought after party operators in UK, founders of the notorious Night Slugs imprint which has become, since its launch a year back, the most revered underground label in UK. To top this up, Manchester’s Illum Sphere, who’s deconstructed hip hop has made a splash via hometown imprint Fat City, will perform a rare live show, showcasing tunes from his upcoming EP “Long Live The Plan”.
Afterparty hosted by Tender Love with live VJs and light installations courtesy of light-sculptor McDeath – who’s recent work has been shown as part of the Kalagora exhibition at Rich Mix.
Hosted by Asbo
£5 before 12 / £7 after
Pattern Cutters Warehouse