Following on from their recent sell out event in Brixton, the D+B behemoth come to Leeds for one night only and a party you’ll never forget.
On 4th February 2010, Hospitality will be bringing in an eclectic range of flavours to the 2,700 capacity venue. It’s going to be a superlative show featuring Hospital stalwarts High Contrast, London Elektricity, Radio 1 A-Lister Danny Byrd alongside new signings Netsky and Camo + Krooked in Room One. MCs Darrison, Wrec, Dynamite and AD will be hosting, with guest vocalists Natalie Williams and Tori Beaumont making a welcomed appearance aswell. BBK’s Sigma and Fresh will be performing a back to back set, and over in Room Two, 16 Bit, Reso, Ramadanman, Silkie, Koan Sound and Alex Nut will be shaking things up with dubstep, funky, grime and garage flavours.
CHEAP THRILLS LABEL PARTY
HERVÉ + ADAM F + DETBOI + BAXTA + FEMME (LIVE)
Cheap Thrills, easily one of our favourite labels, returns to our basement disco for another killer showcase. Genre mashing label boss, Hervé, and drum and bass veteran, Adam F, lead the pack alongside some of Cheap Thrill’s most prolific artists.
From the low-end, emo-vocals of Detboi to the more hard-edged club music of Baxta, the dance floor will be jumping from start to finish.
9PM – 4AM
Buy Tickets here:354 9993
Cloest Tube/ Dalston Junction/Kingsland
Happy New Year all! First Plex for 2011, it’s another biggie..
We are VERY pleased to welcome the techno demi-god that is Surgeon playing a special A/V show as our headliner. He’s been one of our favourite DJs for years, someone that has the ability to properly mix it up without losing any pace or momentum on the dancefloor. He plays a bit of anything; the very best techno, through dubstep, ambient, dub and and power electronics and is as versatile a DJ as he is a truly gifted and talented producer. Having released his first record in 1996, Anthony Child has consistently moved forward without reverence for the past and trod an uncompromising path in his journey through the many stylings of music that he has produced over the years. There are lots of incredible mixes and recordings of Tony playing out floating around, including a great mix on CLR; well worth checking.
We also have the fearsome twosome of Ancient Methods flying over from Berlin to play live. They have become globally acclaimed since the release of their First Method over 3 years ago (now up to their Fifth Method release) and their live mixes showing exactly why they have been so in-demand. We are truly honoured to be able to say that they will be playing an exclusive live set and their debut performance in London for Plex.
The man like Sigha easily steps between the worlds of Dubstep and Techno. Having worked at Blackmarket Records in Soho for many years he has developed a canny ear and a refined musical vision in both his DJ sets and his productions, talents that have seen him remix Commix and Resoe and had his track ‘Early Morning Lights’ remixed by Marcel Dettmann no less. With the recent launch of Sigha’s new label, ‘Our Circula Sound’ expect to be hearing much more from the Londoner in 2011.
Millie & Andrea seemed to appear out of nowhere when they dropped their first release on Daphne back in October 2008. It is in fact a project from two of the UK’s most innovative producers Andy Stott and DJ MLZ of Pendle Coven. They have been releasing serious heavyweight records under their individual female aliases and as a duo and have played some mind-blowing sets to boot – just check the recording of them at Colony from February. We look forward to their extended live/DJ smashdown!
H.A.T.E. Soundsystem are a somewhat more elusive crew! A few hand-stamped white labels with no track titles or artist names filled with some of the most incredible post-dubstep junglist hardcore madness dropped a couple of years ago, seemingly written by persons unknown who were there during the ‘Jungle Techno’ days of yore. Despite the best efforts of many, they remain anonymous but rest assured their peaktime set at Plex is not to be missed; their closing set at the Futuresonic festival was a belter!
With plaudits coming from across the spectrum, Emptyset are a force to be reckoned with. With their eponymous album appearing in many ‘best of…’ lists, it’s a great pleasure to welcome Emptyset’s Paul Purgas to rock the decks.
Uberdog’s skill on the ones and twos is well known, a great DJ who is able to use his immense ability to mix up Luke Vibert, Kode 9, Bitstream, and Marvin Gaye all in the same mix. He is also the webmaster of the interview-packed, informed and irreverent spannered.org
Promoter, amazing DJ and maniac Stewart Lowman will be doing the business on the night. A long time London techno stalwart with his Off-Key nights, expect choice cuts from his extensive record collection.
Neurp has one of the most astonishing collections of deep, heavy acid music in the country. Having heard his Neurp On Acid mixes, we knew we had to have him down to shake Corsica’s immense rigs!
Support comes from your ever reliable Plex residents Luke Handsfree, Strepsil and James Tec who will be playing back to back with Rebel Intelligence’s Dask.
Stop.Drop.Roll is a coming together of the rousing bass heavy music scene and one of London’s most pioneering clubs. Its aim is simple: to present the best in groundbreaking music from all manner of artists, with one common denominator. BASS.
Time Out Live’s fantastic bi-monthly series of cutting edge rave-ups continues with its first party of 2011.
Last year saw the likes of DJ Yoda, James Zabiela, Sub Focus and Riva Starr grace East Village’s decks; now brace yourself for Time Out’s selection of the hottest talent of the new year.
It’ll be a sweaty, heaving mess of future beats on a thumping soundsystem in the rave basement alright, especially as this tasty lot get… on board:
** NERO – stars of BBC Sound of 2011 poll
“Drum ’n’ bass and dubstep crossover duo with a stadium-shaking sound, about to release their debut album on Chase & Status’ MTA Records” – Time Out
“Heavyweight production partnership with one foot in dubstep-influenced drum ’n’ bass minimalism and one in electro-fuelled vocal tracks, as evident on their fantastic Autonomic podcast series with dBridge” – FACT
** Ben UFO B2B Pangaea (Hessle Audio)
“A dream-team back-to-back session from two of the luminaries from this future-thinking Leeds collective and label”
** Ben Westbeech – Live (Strictly Rhythm)
“His second album, There’s More to Life than This, is set for release in April 2011 through Strictly Rhythm and features work with Soul Clap, Henrick Schwarz, MJ Cole, Cosmin TRG, Motor City Drum Ensemble and more.”
** jozif (Wolf & Lamb)
“Part of the deep house and techno-flavoured Brooklyn collective, known for their mad-cap Marcy Hotel parties across the pond” – Time Out
** Morris Cowan – Live (Wigflex / Traum)
“An exciting new talent, he carves out a distinctive style of colourful electronic music, drawing from house, techno, dub, minimal classical and post-rock” – Resident Advisor
** Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem
“South London bass music innovators Deadly Rhythm have a habit of teaming up with the coolest, most forward-thinking young electronicists around” – Time Out
Upstairs in the lounge, Time Out’s Clubbing editor Kate Hutchinson will be hosting the turntable antics with the Time Out tag-team of DJ Sexface, Bugs Raplin and Joey Remote, so expect eclectic party tunes from Prince to Major Lazer via future classics and fresh cuts.
Tickets are only £7 in advance via http://tinyurl.com/TOfuturestars
See you at the front!
: INFO :
Tickets £7 (http://tinyurl.com/TOfuturestars)
Venue: East Village, 89 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HX
(020 7739 5173; www.eastvillageclub.com)
Believe it or not, it’s been a whole year since Hospitality hit Cardiff. It’s also been a whole year since High Contrast performed in his home town. So you’ll be glad to hear that on the 5th February 2011 Hospitality will be touching down in The Great Hall at Cardiff Students Union for one of the biggest shows the city has seen yet!
Headlining the event will be the aforementioned Welsh wonder himself, High Contrast, alongside fellow Hospital stars Danny Byrd, Netsky, Nu:Tone and Hospital’s head honcho himself, London Elektricity in Room One. In Room Two, Bar 9, Reso, Koan Sound and Stenchman will be bringing in their trademark weighty dubstep flavours and tearing up the place til the early hours. With a line up this good, you’d be mad to miss it!
Kicker Conspiracy Presents
“An artist so underground that even his own friends doubt his existence” Dazed & Confused
“One of the UK’s most fascinating musical figures” Fact Magazine
“Incredibly talented and well respected” Boomkat
Plus VERY Special Guests
THREE TRAPPED TIGERS
“This’ll make fans of Lightning Bolt, Battles and Aphex Twin cream themselves” NME
“It sounds like the end of music as you know it and the beginning of something dazzlingly fresh” Clash
NO PAIN IN POP (DJ)
Thursday 10th February
70-74 City Rd
City of London EC1Y 2BJ
020 7253 2443
Kicker Conspiracy can announced that tickets for Actress, performing live at CAMP (near Old Street), on Thursday 10th February with Three Trapped Tigers, are now on sale priced at £10 via www.wegottickets.com.
Actress, as otherwise known to his own mother as Darren Cunningham, is the acclaimed dub/two/something step artist performing his first live set of 2011 in London in the relative intimacy and ramshackle of The Camp, just off Old Street the. He appears fresh from winning Wire Magazine’s No. 1 album of 2010, as well as many other illustrious publications and websites for his debut output ‘Splazsh’, which was released on the Honest Jons label, created and founded by Damon Albarn.
Kicker Conspiracy are also very happy to announce that the main support on the night will be London’s math-rock troubadours, Three Trapped Tigers, who are back from recording their upcoming album by showcasing new material with a full UK tour later this year in the works.
DJing on the night will be in the more than capable hands of respected South Londoners, No Pain In Pop.
Kicker Conspiracy have been promoting the best in global and local talent across London since January 2008.
Previous artists to play the nights include: Alan Pownall, Abe Vigoda, Bear Hands, Baddies, Cosmo Jarvis, Dananananaykroyd, Dels, Elviin, Esser, Envelopes, Eugene McGuinness, Everything Everything, Fucked Up, Gentle Friendly, Jeremy Warmsley, Kid British, Loverman, The Mae Shi, Mike Bones, Orphans & Vandals, Paul Marshall, Rolo Tomassi, Rose Elinor Dougall, Skint & Demoralised, South Central, Stricken City, Tubelord, The Twilight Sad and Wild Beasts…
Tickets for Actress are priced £10 and are available from www.wegottickets.com
For more information please contact
Yousif Nur – Kicker Conspiracy
Reggae Roast Meets Conscious Sounds
FRIDAY 11TH FEBRUARY | 9PM – 4AM
The City Arts & Music Project Basement | 70 – 74 City Rd, London, EC1Y 2BJ
Following the momentous Righteous EP launch which kicked off 2011 with a bang, Reggae Roast continue the monthly residency in The CAMP Basement with another distinguished guest in the mix. The last 4 months have seen a host of renowned artists passing through the doors of The City Arts & Music Project, with highlights including Aba-Shanti-i, Errol Bellot & Ghetto Priest to name a few. This month is no exception as we welcome UK Dub linchpins Conscious Sounds, playing an exclusive 2-hour set of their classic releases and up-front dubplates.
London Dub producer and purveyor of the finest riddims from his East London studio, Dougie Wardrop, formed Conscious Sounds not long after he first began producing his own tracks in 1989. Conscious Sounds first introduction to the world of dub came with roots singer Tina Stelin who voiced the hit single ‘Can’t Touch Jah.’ Label mainstays the Bush Chemists (comprising of Dougie and partner Paul Davey) have separated themselves from the pack by releasing numerous top-quality 12-inch singles, being featured on numerous mix albums, and by working with such singers as Lutan Fyah, Pablo Gad & Kenny Knots.
Conscious Sounds are an integral part of the London Reggae community, and have developed a distinctive record label production, that is collected fanatically across Europe and beyond. We are delighted to have arranged a 2-hour set from the main man himself; Dougie Conscious, featuring vocals from MC veteran Culture Freeman.
Also playing on the night will be founders of Reggae Roast Exel & Moodie, special guest Steve Bedlam (Noise Control Audio) and resident selector; Dub Hunter. This months session will be hosted by Mystic Messenger, who’s unique MC style and righteous lyrics make him one of the best voices in town. Expect to hear the freshest selection of classic Revival, Dub, Steppers & Dubstep as well as forthcoming dubplates from the Reggae Roast Records imprint.
This is set to be another lively dance, showcasing the best London has to offer in Reggae and Dub. Reggae Roast’s monthly residency continues to promote the strength of real roots music and provides for the demand for a conscious club night, with a welcoming, bass heavy atmosphere. As always this event is only £5 before 11pm and capacity is limited to 350 so arrive early for guaranteed entry.
Artists: CONSCIOUS SOUNDS, STEVE BEDLAM, EXEL & MOODIE, DUB HUNTER & MYSTIC MESSENGER
Adv tickets – http://www.seetickets.com/s.asp?a=reggae+roast+meets+conscious+sounds&p=7352
£5 Before 11PM £10 After | 20kw Sound System | £5 Rum Cocktails
Dust off your Winter boots because 44 is back at the Old Blue Last on February 11th.
Andrew Hung (F*ck Buttons DJ set)
Anthony C (God Dont Like It)
Plus special guests TBA…
Friday February 11th
8pm – 2am
ALAN & Sudden:Def Recordings invites you to a very special event celebrating some of the finest talent in JUNGLE, DRUM & BASS and DUBSTEP… With an added dose of anything that crosses over in between in a freshly renovated Hidden nightclub Boasting a BRAND NEW and VERY swanky hot food and tea stall!!!
Bringing you 8 hours of tasty beats and dirty basslines! This event will knock the socks of you!!!
For the DUBSTEP room hosted by ALAN…
RESO – CIVIL MUSIC
YOUNGSTA- FWD>> / RINSE FM
PANGAEA – HESSLE AUDIO
GOLI & ASHBURNER – FOR THE WIN
PREACHER BOY – ALAN
GAG-REPHLEX – ALAN
CODA (Dj Set)
Hosted by Danny C – Resonance
For the JUNGLE / DNB room hosted by Sudden Def Recordings…
GROOVERIDER – RADIO 1 (History of Jungle Set)
CYANTIFIC – HOSPITAL
DJ INTER – DEF:INITION
SARGY B2B RAGGAMUFFIN – JUNGLE SYNDICATE
MR J CUTTER
Hosted by Mekar, Deefa & Cliche
In the CROSSOVER room…(Electro, Bassline, Old Skool, Garage & Hip Hop)
SCRIPTURE – ALAN
SHAKE2BASS – ALAN
BROOZE – ALAN
FLUTTERBYONE – ALAN
ELEMENTUM VS DUZMOORE – WONDERLAND
DJ INTER – SUDDEN:DEF
ALAN’S RENOWNED FRIENDLY PARTY ATMOSPHERE
A BASS SHAKING SOUND SYSTEM
STATE OF THE ART LIGHTING & LASERS
BRAND NEW REFURBISHED AND FULLY LICENSED OUTSIDE BAR AREA
OUTSIDE SEATING SMOKING TERRACE WITH HOT & COLD REFRESHMENTS
Scratcha DVA (Hyperdub/Rinse)
Duffstep (Join The Dots)
P45 (live) (Oeuvre/H!H!H!/Room 237)
+ Beat Redemption residents
MASSI (Beat Redemption)
PASTE (Deadly Rhythm)
ACTION JACKSON (Night Moves)
Ben White (AKA AKA Roar)
BEAT REDEMPTION! w/ KODE9 / DEADBOY / SCRATCHA DVA & MORE!
Back in December Beat Redemption shook the industrial foundations of East London warehouse, ‘The Ice Father Nation’ with a fresh line-up that included Pearson Sound (AKA Ramadanman), Pariah, Eliphino and a selection of Beat Redemption residents.
On Friday 11th February Beat Redemption returns to the Rhythm Factory with yet another epic line-up! Hedlining the show is Hyperdub boss Kode9, soulful Garage maestro Deadboy and UK Funky frontrunner Scratcha DVA. With a brand new sound system installed, this line-up is sure to test its capacity!
TICKETS: LTD EARLY BIRD £6 / LTD ADVANCE £8 / MORE ON THE DOOR!
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM:
www.wegottickets.com (early bird coming soon)
DIRECT LINK: http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=427488)
KODE9 – 90MIN SET (Hyperdub)
Author, university lecturer and as Kode9, one of the most skilled and genre-unclassifiable DJ/producers the UK has to offer; Steve Goodman has gradually developed a sound that’s his and his only. Early releases slotted neatly into the emergent dubstep sound, but his more recent productions have become harder to classify with complex drum patterns, silky synthesisers and smooth sub bass. Kode9 is the man responsible for unearthing genre-defining artist Burial, and his Hyperdub label houses a host of forward thinkers including Darkstar, Cooly G, King Midas Sound and Ikonika. His DJ sets are consistently inventive and use mutating fluid rhythms as the driving force. With a new LP (Black Sun) set to drop in April, don’t miss out on this rare chance to catch up with one of the UK’s finest in the intimate setting of the Rhythm Factory!
Kode9 and Burial Mix for Maryanne Hobbs:
Deadboy has emerged from the London underground to become one of the UK’s most highly rated producers. His tracks evoke a sense of futuristic melancholia and his sound has been described as ‘heartache for the dancefloor’. After the success of his sublime ‘U Cheated EP’, the prestigious Glasgow based label ‘Numbers’ snatched him up and released ‘If U Want Me’. The track blew up and was used by Martyn, Kode9, Ben UFO, Ikonika and Modeselektor as the opening cut of all their individual Resident Advisor mixes. He has a penchant for swinging garage beats and pitch-shifted vocal snippets, and with a string of high profile remixes, has become one of the UK’s most sought after producers. Catch him while he’s hot!
Deadboy XLR8R Mix:
Scratcha DVA (Hyperdub/Rinse)
The man known as Scratcha, DVA, Leon Smart or any combination of the three has made a big imprint on the UK Funky scene. With a string of critically acclaimed releases this guy has most certainly cemented himself in the developing structure of UK bass music. Some of DVA’s more recent material has been described as ‘merging the darker side of funky with the housier side of dubstep’. He has collaborated with some of Funkey’s finest including Cooly G, Roska and D-Malice. He can be found presenting the ‘Grimey Breakfast’ show Monday to Friday, 8am to 11am, on London’s leading underground station Rinse FM.
Scratcha DVA – Resident Advisor Mix of The Day – http://www.residentadvisor.net/feed-item.aspx?id=20341
Duffstep (Join The Dots)
Boy is this Lad set for big things this year. Jeremy Duffy is one of the founders of London based label Join The Dots and has been releasing music under the guise of Duffstep for just over 6 months. 2010 saw releases on Join The Dots, Saigon Recordings and Electric Minds as well a host of DJ gigs and live AV showings throughout the UK and beyond. His debut album ‘Getting to Sirius’ (set for release on 14th Feb 2011) is a heady potion laced with influences of dub, house and down tempo beats.
Check out Duffs latest mix here:
RA mix of the day (original mix for Pulse radio):
Also on the bill –
P45 [LIVE] (Oeuvre/H!H!H!/Room 237)
MASSI (Beat Redemption)
PASTE (Deadly Rhythm)
ACTION JACKSON (Night Moves)
BEN WHITE (Aka Aka Roar)
SEE YOU ON THE 11th.
To whet your appetite for forthcoming Lory D material on Numbers, we are bringing the enigmatic Italian Techno producer over for a one-off date at London’s Plastic People.
Joining him is one of our favourite new producers, Blawan. He’s got some immense new material due out on R&S soon and was also responsible for the one of the best Hessle Audio releases of 2010 .
We’re going to be clueing you into more of the Lory D story over the next few months. Basically this man is a hero, our Prince and Drexciya obsessions have been pretty well documented and Lory D is up there with those guys. His music is a mixture of skeletal funk, controlled violence and impeccable sound design that sounds like no one else out there.
Lory, Lory, Lory, Lory…
KRISBAIT (techno sessions)
BRIZA (techno sessions)
LUDGERO COSTA (elektronic vibes/techno sessions)
DJ REDMOND (raw/hydraulix)
MAXX POLYMERIC (polymeric rec)
KIMPA VS JACKIE MISFIT (techno sessions/echo litte)
RUI M (techno sessions)
VENTANIA (techno sessions)
THE MENACE VS CORAL BLUE (cause n effect digital rec)
LEE HOWE (cause n effect digital rec)
SAM COE (cause n effect digital rec)
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& many more to be announced!
The Plump DJs make their much anticipated return to London on Saturday 12th February with a fresh project at the Capital’s most exciting new venue XOYO. Hosted in conjunction with South West Four and Together promoters Lock N Load Events, Grand Hotel at XOYO will be an extension of the Plumps highly acclaimed record label and feature a lineup handpicked by the guys themselves.
The past twelve months has been another insane year for Lee and Andy. Grand Hotel records launched with massive tracks from the Plumps, Bonsai Kat and Dirty Super Car. Furthermore they have continued to play earth shattering gigs across the four corners of the globe as they stamp their energetic sound on the electronic landscape. Fresh off the back of a huge Australian tour with the likes of Justice, Duck Sauce and Erol Alkan, the Plumps arrive at the far more intimate surroundings of XOYO for the next chapter in their illustrious history.
Alongside the Plumps, Grand Hotel welcomes the brains behind Cheap Thrills Hervé and the raw, riotous rhythms of Mumdance. A man of many pseudonyms including The Count (with Sinden), Voodoo Chilli, Speaker Junk, Action Man, Dead Soul Brothers and Young Lovers, London born electro star Hervé is unquestionably a generation defining producer. 2010 witnessed Hervé lock horns in the studio with none other than Fatboy Slim (on the excellent ‘Machines Can Do The Work’) whilst his label continues to set the pace.
Jack Adams aka Mumdance has been responsible for causing serious waves in the past couple of years though his unique sound that draws influence from grime, UK funky, Brazilian funk, Afro-beat and Latin ghetto music. Championed by tastemakers including Diplo, Annie Mac, Sinden and Switch, Mumdance’s stray away from the norm has provided him with a hectic DJ schedule which criss-crosses the globe from Australia to Mexico, North America, to Europe and all over the UK.
With many more line-up additions just around the corner, saver tickets to this intimate night are selling fast. So make sure you book yourself into the Grand Hotel while there are still vacancies!
Following a road block event in October, Deviation is back in 2011 with it’s residency at Cable. They come back in style bringing one of the most respected people in the dubstep scene, Mala to the Main Room. In support we have one of 2010′s rising stars and set to be even bigger in 2011, Ramadanman, with his partner in crime at Hessle Audio, Ben UFO headlining Room 2. The hugely respected Floating Points joins resident spinner, Benji B plus a whole load more. Deviation really are setting the bar high for next year!
SCUBA VS SCB
Room 2: ADDISON GROOVE’S JUKE BOX
ADDISON GROOVE (LIVE)
LAUNCH PARTY FRIDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 2011
Corsica Studios, 4 – 5 Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB
10pm – 6am. Tickets: £6 early bird, £8 advance & NUS, £12 on the door
On Friday 18th February Tim Westwood, the original Big Dawg of all that’s urban in music will
be exploding on West London’s scene louder than an atomic bomb. Audiotorium is proud to
present the infamous radio DJ and Pimp My Ride UK presenter for a rare and intimate
London session. From hiphop old and new, East coast and West, to angsty grime bars and
smooth and sexy RnB, Westwood promises to bring the beats for a bump ‘n’ grind party like
Bam Bam is born to redress the imbalance that exists in London and we are making it our duty to bring banging, dancefloor orientated tunes to the capital.
Our first party at the legendary lightbox sets the tone – Plastik Park record label will be showcasing their extraordinary talents on February 19th.
RIKTAM & BANSI (new techno project from GMS)
They have not played in London for years but to celebrate their new techno project R&B are coming to town. This is the first preview anywhere in the world of their first album – Constructor. Their early EP releases resulted in 4 tracks in the beatport top 10 including the biggest selling prog house tune of the year.
Riktam & Bansi have come to have been known under a variety of monikers over the last decade, however have achieved their greatest success under their Growling Mad Scientists project. With a total of eight artist albums, their tracks appearing on over 150 releases and more than 200,000 album sales, their studio wizardry is unquestionable. Normally known for a more driving sound, the “Riktam & Bansi” project sees them embark in a different direction, towards a style which encompasses a slower more groove-oriented techno backbone. While retaining all of their flavor for the dancefloor, this release shows the breadth and diversity of their studio skills without losing any of their unique take on melody or sound construction.
SALLY DOOLALLY (Plastik Park/Boom Festival/Vuuv)
Played the most talked about set at Boom Festival. Since leaving London she has been masterminding Plastik Park’s rise to power as label director. She has played at every festival you can think of and built a killer record collection in 11 years in the game.
MALCOLM MURRA (Gouranga)
HAMISH (Furthur Progressions)
The massive Shogun Audio are back with their residency at Cable! Break goes back to back with Spectrasoul which is sure to set the club alight following the release of his album ‘Resistance’. You can expect Friction to follow up with another killer set and with the likes of Alix Perez, Icicle, Phaelah and more supporting, this is a night you do not want to miss out on. All the loyal Shogun Ninja’s will tell you Cable will be the place to on the 19th February.
Break B2B SpectraSoul
Optical B2B Matrix B2B Fierce
MCs: SP:MC, AD, Lowqui, Mantmast
Ray Keith (Jungle Set)
Rockwell (Alt Set)
10pm – 6am
£10 Limited Advance / £12 Advance Tickets & Students OTD / £15 OTD
Bermondsey St Tunnel
020 7403 7730
Tube Station: London Bridge
Eglo Records 2nd Birthday Party
Mary Anne Hobbs
Fatima & Floating Points (Live P.A)
Krystal Soul (aka Krystal Klear & Olivier Day Soul – Live P.A)
Venue: The C.A.M.P. 70-74 City Rd, EC1Y 2BJ, Ldn. (next to Old St tube Station)
Doors: 10 till 4am
Price. £5 before 11pm. £10 after
MCs: Crazy D, LX One, Toast, Grand
Cable London, Wheel & Deal Records
Wheel & Deal launch their album in fashionable style with some of the biggest names of the Dubstep scene.
Friday 25TH FEB 2011
DUBSTEP, DnB & JUNGLE
FURTHER is back again at The Rhythm Factory in East London. This is the first FURTHER of 2011 and we have come hard. Bringing with us some more of the very best & most talented underground and mainstream artists from on the dubstep, dnb and jungle circuits.
On this night the Line up will be
SUB FOCUS-ram records
DOCTOR P-circus records
NICKY BLACKMARKET-bm soho
D DOUBLE E-dirtee stank records & special guest host on 1 dubstep set only.
DEVIOUS D-kool fm
Mc FIVE o-kool fm
DJ RON-kool fm
MR COOK-rinse fm
MILITANT-safe radio dubstep show
WORD OF MOUTH-further
This is an over 18′s event I.D maybe required at the door.
Very Limited £7 tickets are available from wegottickets check ticket link, fee for entry will be more on the door.
WARNING: THIS IS ONE NOT TO BE MISSED.
THE MUSIC BAR
D.A.V.E. THE DRUMMER
KIMPA / DETOX1000
(mutante to survive)
£7 B4 12 MORE AFTER
FRIDAY 25TH FEBRUARY
BBC Sound Of 2011 Finalist
EXCLUSIVE POST ALBUM LAUNCH DJ SET
+ Special guests
Doors 10pm – Late
RANK & FILE – A collaboration of music fans who seek to build
a platform for intelligent and progressive electronic artists.
THE RED GALLERY
3 RIVINGTON STREET
London EC2A 3DT
Also available on RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?220077
RANK & FILE in collaboration with BOUNCE.
EPM 10TH BIRTHDAY PARTY
SATURDAY 26 FEBRUARY
FABRIC ROOM TWO
11PM – 8AM
Floorplan aka Robert Hood
Detroit Grand Pubahs (DJ/LIVE)
Kone-R (Uncharted Audio)
On 26th February, six of London’s grubbiest will take over Corsica Studios for a rave that stands to take you lower than ever before. The London Borough of Bass is here and I can tell you now, it’s not a pretty sight.
As we find ourselves locked in the icy grip of the British winter Renegade Hardware return to turn up the heat and start off 2011 in a big way! In February not only do we find ourselves moving into our 2nd year at Area, but we also celebrate entering our 16th anniversary. That’s right, Renegade Hardware is 16 years young!