Berlin’s premier electronic party comes to London for a one-off mega show. Soon to be celebrating the 3 year anniversary of their residency in the mighty Berghain club, the LS crew decided it was time to return to the home of rave with a line up so fresh you can smell it from outta space.
Two rooms of bass, bleeps, breaks and beats
AGT RAVE CRU
NIGHTWAVE (aka 8BITCH)
THE DOUBTFUL GUEST
and in the chillout courtyard:
10pm til 6am, £8 adv / £10 on the door.
Check the photos from last time: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=238444&id=571986989&fbid=438735261989
Listen to this corker of a mix by NIGHTWAVE: http://hyponik.com/2011/03/hyp-025-nightwave/
Watch the video of AGT in action at BLOC weekend: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2w9BLI0Kuc
Idiosynphonic are heading back to Cable for the start of our brand new dubstep/dnb residency.
As usual we’ll be showcasing some fresh talent alongside a heavyweight lineup and again we’ll be doing so for a bargain entry price. Headliners TROLLEY SNATCHA fresh from their huge remix of Chase & Status’ ‘Blind Faith’ will be tearing down the arches along with TEK ONE, DOCUMENT ONE as well as rising stars CUTLINE and STATELAPSE. After their insane set at Idiosynphonic v.s Shhhed we thought we’d also bring back the ROKSONIX boys for another night of mayhem.
Having made waves with their remix of J. Majik and Wickaman’s ‘In Pieces’ RACK N RUIN will be headlining Room 2 with support from regular Idiosynphonic DJ’s and many more to be announced.
Advanced tickets are only £5, on the door price £8 and once again we’ll be letting the first 100 people to get there before 11pm in for free so make sure you get there early. www.skiddle.com/events/11433740
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GAZZINHO B2B RANKOUTSIDER
To purchase advanced tickets for only £5 head over to www.skiddle.com/events/11433740
or call 0844 844 2920
Head over to www.idiosynphonic.com to keep up to date with all the latest news, freebies, competitions and mixes.
33a, Bermondsey Street Tunnel
020 7403 7730
Nearest Tube – London Bridge
Over 18′s only. Please Bring ID
Time Out Live’s fantastic bi-monthly series of cutting edge rave-ups continues with yet another sweaty, heaving mess of future beats, from chest-collapsing dubstep to hands-in-the-air electro-house beats on a thumping soundsystem.
Chart-smashing quartet Modestep will be stepping up in the main boom room tonight to whirl around the kind of live dubstep thrashers that’s caught the attention of Deadmau5 (they’re playing at his Victo…ria Park sh……ow in June!) on the decks.
Plus some heavyweight support from special guests TBC and resident Kate Hutchinson, Time Out’s Clubbing editor.
TICKETS are just £5 in advance via http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=440372
or £7 on the door.
ABOUT NITE SESSIONS
Time Out’s bi-monthly club sessions has been roadblocked ever since it started in May 2010 at East Village in Shoreditch, with a reputation of marrying international stars with fast-rising local talent and giving you a double-dose of the best, freshest new music in London there is.
So far, the likes of DJ Yoda, Sub Focus, Nero, James Zabiela, Instra:Mental, Riva Starr, Ben UFO & Pangaea, Greenmoney, Doc Daneeka, SBTRKT, Emalkay, Burns, Hannah Holland, Ben Westbeech, jozif, Morris Cowan, Midland, Will Saul and Tom Budden have all graced Nite Sessions’ decks.
An eclectic mix of sleazy house, 80s boogie and electronic soul down in the basement. Starring Krystal Klear (Hoya Hoya) Oriol (Planet Mu) Sam Watts (Maxxi Soundsystem) Eliphino (somethinksounds) and Hang the DJ.
Süd Electronic’s First Outing for 2011 Comes with A stellar Line Up comprising of a live set by the genius that is Frank Timm aka Sound Stream performing a rare Live Set + the equally talented Portable also live & Panorama Bar’s Finest resident Tama Sumo providing a special b2b set with Süd & Uzuri Recording’s Lakuti and support comes from local dj hero , Kiss me Again’s Joe Delon .
A kicking Funktion 1 Soundsystem will be in place , A red Light & a No Frills Dalston Basement . Full Venue Details To be revealed nearer the date Via : email@example.com .Good times ahead !!!
Room 1: SA Showcase
Room 2: EarToGround
Maker + Meyer
Eric Prydz presents EP/IC
& many more to be announced
Historically, dance music has pushed boundaries with visual and aural experiences that go far beyond mere pyrotechnics, confetti, and video walls. It’s time the genre looked to the future once again….
2011 will see the launch of a new show concept from Eric Prydz that will place electronic music back at the forefront of technological innovation. Utilising groundbreaking new technologies Prydz’ new ‘EP/IC’ show sits neatly at the meeting point between cutting edge music and technology.
The world premiere of ‘EPIC’ will take place at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on Saturday 2 April. The show features a unique 30 metre structure that extends from the stage out into the crowd (with a build time of 3 days). It will also see one of the first uses of holograms in a live music show environment, in addition to 3D animation and film that is mapped onto the sets moving and static structures. All video content for the show is designed specifically for the intricate projection surfaces.
Prydz has commissioned (and funded) the show himself. He approached production company Immersive with a brief around the concept of ‘The Man Made In Nature’, juxtaposed with ‘How Nature Influences The Man Made’. The result is a multi-faceted visual show and a vehicle for Prydz’ music. ‘EP/IC’ will exclusively feature Prydz’s own material (under his various guises including Prydz and Cirez D) and will be the trigger for all the show’s visual elements. Award-winning VJ, Ralph Lambert, will control the visual side of the event using the groundbreaking Addict Show Control System.
To receive event and ticket information for EP/IC before anyone else register now via www.locknloadevents.com/epic. Fans who register before 31st December will receive a unique voucher to download two free tracks of their choice from the Pryda and Mouseville back catalogues!
Lock N Load Events & We Fear Silence present
Saturday 2nd April 2011
Cable, Bermondsey St Tunnel, London, SE1 3JW
Click here for limited £8 early bird tickets:
Mums of Death (Mumdance and Drums of Death) – 1ST EVER SHOW
Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem
Tom Lea (Fact)
The Kool Kids Klub
After welcoming in the New Year with an unforgettable event at the world famous O2 Academy Brixton, Together is back. Mark Ronson, Annie Mac, Katy B, Fake Blood, Caspa, Herve, Zinc and co were just a few names on a mouth-watering line-up that made Together the hottest ticket in town. With 2011 no fully underway we are ready to announce our first event of the year; hosted under London Bridge’s illustrious arches at Cable. Boasting an incredible soundsystem, an underground experience and intimate vibe, Cable is without doubt one of our favourite venues in London. So who’s on the bill we hear you ask? Well we’re delighted to showcase another spectacular lineup featuring a who’s who of the hottest names in the scene…
Sharp, talented, original, streetwise, outspoken and opinionated, Ms Dynamite is the first lady of UK hip hop. Since bursting onto the scene with UK garage act So Solid Crew, she landed the prestigious Mercury Music Prize in 2002 for her first album ‘A Little Deeper’, before her second album ‘Judgement Days’ hit our airwaves in 2005. After taking a break from music, Ms Dynamite returned to action in 2010 with tracks like ‘Wile Out’ and ‘Light’s On’. Taking in shows up and down the country, this underground MC turned British music princess, is set to perform in London once again, when we welcome her to Cable for Together.
A massive coup for Together, we present the first ever show of Drums of Death and Mumdance aka Mumdance. Having electrified dancefloors worldwide over the last couple of years, Mumdance draws inspiration from Grime, UK funky, American Baltimore Gutter, Afro-beat, High life, and Latin ghetto music. Drums Of Death emerged from London’s club scene in early 2008. Whilst keeping his real face a secret with black and white paint, he performs to thousands around the world. In addition he has delivered killer remixes of the likes of Kele, Fenech Solar, Hot Chip, Franz Ferdinand, Drop The Lime, Alphabeat and Mika. A set that has certainly got tongues wagging, we cannot wait to see Mums of Death!
Sin City label supremo and Kiss FM radio show host, Hatcha is one of the Godfathers of dubstep. With nearly 20 years of DJ experience under his belt, Hatcha has gone on to DJ all over the world whilst releasing productions on some of the genres leading labels. He mixed the very first ‘Dubstep Allstars’ compilation and was the first DJ to host a commercial radio show playing only dubstep (on Kiss FM alongside Crazy D). His Sin City label and events alongside fellow pioneer N Type, have helped firmly cement his name in the history and progression of the scene and in a real stamp of integrity, Together is privileged to welcome Hatcha.
Girl Unit makes his debut at Together as a name recognised on the lists of clubbers as ‘one to watch’. Girl Unit started putting out mixes as Girl U No Its True in 2006, starting off with playing Miami Bass, Electro, Ghettotech and Chicago House tracks. Having expanded upon these genres ever since to create a more contemporary house sound, things have recently come full circle and now his productions are revisiting the Detroit/Chicago 808 sounds that originally interested him. With releases forthcoming on Night Slugs and remixes on the horizon for Silverback Recordings, Hemlock, Numbers, 679 and Sony, Girl Unit is one hot property indeed.
Expect massive beats, low frequency vibes and one hell of a party as Together welcomes the Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem. The DJ crew from South London specialise in bringing together the most exciting and ground breaking producers for their Deadly Rhythm showcases. Recent guests include Four Tet, Scuba, James Blake, Jamie Woon, Loefah and Space Dimension Controller. Their music policy effortlessly glides between dubstep, garage, house, 2step and techno, resulting in a melting pot of forward thinking sounds. An outstanding addition to the Together lineup at Cable, we cannot wait to hear what they have in store for us!
Click here for limited £8 early bird tickets:
Cable, Bermondsey St Tunnel, London, SE1 3JW
Open from 10.00pm – 6.00am
Fully licensed bar until close
Nearest Tube: London Bridge (Jubilee & Northern Line)
Did you say popcorn, Super NES & Big Bass music at your favourite basement bar? Get outta town !!!
Rad Sauce Resident Snifit and East London’s infamous Wobble Squad’s head honcho Sai join forces to bring you MUTATE @ The Alibi with special guest DJs + old school gaming and enough popcorn to drown a small horse! Sunday vibes party people!!
Every First sunday be cranking out forward thinking mutations of dubstep/garage/techno/tribal and future bass on a rib rattling Void Acoustic sound system. Bass heavy tunes designed specifically to massage those post Saturday worries away. Expect deep bass vibes early building up to the biggest Sunday Rave Dalston has seen in years.
Mumdance Presents – DIFFERENT CIRCLES
Launch Party – FREE ENTRY
Canblaster – Club Cheval / Paris / UK Debut
Mumdance – Mad Decent / No Hats No Hoods
Reecha / Dirty Canvas / Lightworks
10pm – 2am
FB EVENT – http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=193749857330350
JUSTIN MARTIN – [dirtybird / Buzzin' Fly / San Francisco]
JULIO BASHMORE – [dirtybird / PMA]
JACKMASTER – [Numbers]
LOEFAH [DMZ / Swamp81]
WOOKIE [Lovestar Music]
DARK SKY [Ninja Tune / Blasck Acre]
MR SOLID GOLD
OLI DAB & ROBIN
HYLU & JAGO
On the 8th April 2011, TROUBLE VISION invites you to its latest installment. After a rather tasty label showcase for Simple Records we’re well and truly back into the swing of things and, as per usual, we’ve pulled out all the stops.
After a short break, Reggae Roast returns to The CAMP Basement for another late-night roots gathering, welcoming very special guests; the legendary Trojan Records Sound System. The last 6 months have seen packed out dances, with a host of the UKs best Reggae talent playing pounding riddims and conscious lyrics through the 20k city, arts & music project sound system.
Foundation Reggae, old and new is the trade of the mighty Trojan Sound System. Formed in 2004 of London sound system legends like selector Earl Gateshead and Daddy Ad and vocalists Superfour plus Chucky Banton, they represent the label in England and throughout the world.
Earl Gateshead began deejaying in Brixton in 1979 and has received eorldwide recognition for his 20 year residencies at The Dive Bar, Blue Note and Plastic People. Gateshead worked as a selector and MC with Cutty Ranks, Big Youth, Dr. Alimantado or Dennis Alcapone. The Sound System’s vocalists Superfour and Chucky Banton have twenty years of experience as members of the great south London sound systems: Taurus, Sir Coxsone and Saxon. Legendary recording artists including Lee Perry, Tippa Irie, Dillinger, Horace Andy and Gregory Isaacs have all worked with the Trojan Sound System, making them on of the most revered crews in the UK. We are very much looking forward to a killer 2-hour set from the full Trojan crew, including Mr Yeah Yeah! Earl Gateshead, Daddy Ad, Superfour & Chucky Banton.
Also playing on the night will be founders of Reggae Roast Moodie & Exel and resident selector; Dub Hunter. This months session will be hosted by the one and only; MC Ishu. 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. As always this event is only £5 before 11pm and capacity is limited to 250 so arrive early for guaranteed entry.
Artists: TROJAN RECORDS SOUND SYSTEM, EXEL & MOODIE, DUB HUNTER & MC ISHU
Adv tickets – http://www2.seetickets.com/see/event.asp?e|artist=reggae+roast+presents%3A+trojan+sound+system&e|promoter=7352&filler1=see
£5 Before 11PM £10 After | 20kw Sound System | £5 Rum Cocktails
On Sat April 9th Phonica Records return to Corsica Studios for the first time since their huge 7th birthday party back in October. The first Phonica party of 2011 sees an inspired collaboration with the excellent Aus Records label – sister label of Simple records – and the label head, Will Saul. Between the two a ridiculously good line up has been assembled and we’ll be treated to a masterclass in deep house and techno.
PEPE BRADOCK (Atavisme)
LEVON VINCENT (Novel Sounds)
RAMADANMAN / PEARSON SOUND (Aus / Hessle Audio)
WILL SAUL (Aus)
MIDLAND (Aus / Phonica)
SAINTS DONT SLEEP AND ELECTRIFYING MOJO
MARK STEWART and the Maffia – LIVE
Tackhead – LIVE
Live Dj sets (from a legendary cast) including:
Reso (Civil Music) DJ SET
Silkie (Deep Medi) DJ SET
Adrian Sherwood (On U Sound) DJ SET
Tony Thorpe (Moody Boyz/Studio Rockers) DJ SET
Si-Begg (Noodles/ Buckfunk 3000) DJ SET
Great event coming up next week for a very good cause:
MADE IN JAPAN – A Benefit Concert For The Victims of the Japan Disaster
featuring Squarepusher + LFO + Fuck Buttons + DJs Declan Allen & N>E>D
Kentish Town Forum, London
Thursday 21st April 2011
On Sale Now – All Profits Go To The Japanese Red Cross
The thoughts and prayers of everyone at ATP are with our Japanese friends both new and old as they recover in the aftermath of the recent disaster. ATP urges you to support the victims of the Japanese disaster – today we announce a Benefit Concert at London’s Kentish Town Forum – all of the profits from which will go to the Japanese Red Cross and will be used towards helping the Japanese people recover from this devastating natural disaster over the coming months and years.
The event has a stunning line-up featuring Squarepusher (playing a special improv/jam set), LFO and Fuck Buttons as well as guest DJs Declan Allen and N>E>D. Everyone who buys a ticket to the benefit, will receive a code to receive a new exclusive Autechre track, ’6852′. Codes will be sent out from Monday onwards with details on how to redeem it. Art for this event has been generously donated by Tim Biskup – giclee posters (produced free of charge by http://www.jealousgallery.com) will be on sale at the event with all profits going to the Japanese Red Cross. At the show we will also be holding a raffle in which prizes like ATP festival chalets, Spiritualized box sets and other ATP prizes, plus music from labels including Warp, Matador and EMI will be up for grabs – every raffle ticket bought wins a prize and all proceeds go to the Red Cross.
Tickets for ATP’s Benefit Concert For Japan are priced at £20 + 50p booking fee* and are on sale now from www.atpfestival.com Thank you to the ticket companies for reducing their booking fees for this event.
* Except Ticketmaster where fees are £1. Credit card transaction fee may also apply
ARTIST: Squarepusher + LFO + Fuck Buttons + DJs Declan Allen and N>E>D
VENUE: The Forum
DATE: Thursday 21st April 2011
ADVANCED TICKET PRICE : £20.00 + 50p booking fee (credit card transaction fee may apply)
AGE RESTRICTIONS: Strictly Over 14s, Under 16s with adult (Photographic ID required to gain entry)
VENUE ADDRESS: 9-17 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 1JY
VENUE TELEPHONE: 0207 428 4099
NEAREST TUBE STATION: Kentish Town (Northern Line)
Ben Sims & Kirk Degiorgio return with the second installment of their ‘new techno only’ night MACHINE
This time, they take to the basement of Shoreditch’s EAST VILLAGE club with none other than the man behind Knights of the Jaguar – DJ ROLANDO (Underground Resistance / Ostgut Ton)
Advance tickets now available from Resident Advisor for £10 (more on the door on the night)
Check this video of the first Machine night: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pCJ6zdlkbw
And the photos here: http://www.residentadvisor.net/photo-gallery.aspx?set=15672
CHASING SHADOWS (H.E.N.C.H)
KROMESTAR (Deep Medi)
TAXMAN (True Playaz)
EDDIE K (H.E.N.C.H)
ROOM 2 TBA
10:00pm – 6:00am
(Underground Resistance / Ostgut Ton / Delsin)
(Hardgroove / Theory / Drumcode)
(Planet E / B12 / A.R.T.)
East Village, Shoredtich, Fri 15th April. Doors from 9.30pm
Following the massive success of Machine at Islington Metal Works, Ben Sims & Kirk Degiorgio take their ‘new techno only’ concept clubnight to East Village in Shoreditch, with an extremely rare London appearance from none other than Detroit’s legendary DJ Rolando as their headline guest
With all three DJs focusing on unreleased tracks or
new records less than 12 months old, MACHINE is about pushing boundaries and exposing the wealth of excellent new techno.
Check the photos of the first machine night here:
Watch the video from Machine #1 here:
Advance tickets are available now from RA @ £10 each:
Tickets also available on the door
For more info, go to http://www.machinelondon.com
For all True Party Go’ers out there!!!!!
Sons Of Noise are back bringing you a Sunday night dance not to be missed! Camden’s gonna be taken by storm by some of London’s finest DJ’s, dropping Dubstep, Drum n Bass & Electro.
Come down and represent at London’s ONLY Sunday night Blow-Out!
THE NOISE BOX – Sunday 17th April 2011
RELIC (RUX / S.O.N)
MK1 (360 Recordings / S.O.N)
MFL (Riotek / S.O.N)
with MC WEILER on the mic
7PM – 2AM
ENTRY: £3 All night
@CAMDEN ROCK. 18 Kentish Town Road. Camden Town. NW1 9NX
Happy Hours on Drinks until 11pm!
No Dress Code
No Bad Attitudes
30 seconds walk from Camden Town Tube.
For More Info: E: Sonsofnoise@gmail.com
Other Dates Coming up:
Sunday 15th May 2011
Sunday 12th June 2011
“A killer line up” – Time Out London
Dance KOKO Dance, Thursday 21st April (Easter Weekend), KOKO, Camden, London
ALEX METRIC + ALAN BRAXE + RETRO/GRADE (LIVE) + VILLA + GRUM + FLIGHT FACILITIES + BURNS + CÉCILE (LIVE – UK DEBUT) + VANGUARD + GO GO BIZKITT + THE LOOPS OF FURY + FANNY GAMES + SECRET SPECIAL GUEST
£12 advanced tickets available at Ticketweb http://tinyurl.com/68r2sxl
LIMITED EARLY BIRD TICKETS: SOLD OUT
This Easter, on Thursday 21st April, a stellar array of disco inspired DJs and live acts from around the globe will be assembling under one giant mirrorball in Camden for DANCE KOKO DANCE.
Dance KOKO Dance will be a special night created by Skint Mondays (Reading), Appetite (Catch) & Human Error (93 Feet East), featuring producers of some of the best nu-disco, French touch, Italo disco, electro, re-edits and filtered house from around Europe and as far afield as Australia.
Hudson Mohawke, Rustie, Kwes, Benji B
Bang the Box
Lovebox, London’s most intriguing and authentic music festival, will stage a three day takeover of the East End’s hottest creative space, a cultural hybrid of creative endeavour and artistic collaboration, Village Underground, incorporating live music and club events across the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend – 21st, 22nd and 23rd April.
Proceedings will kick off on Easter Thursday 21st with a bass-heavy club night from Lovebox’s boisterous younger sibling and July’s Festival Friday curators Bang the Box, who are teaming up with WARP Records for an exclusive collaboration. Warp is the renowned home to a long list of iconic producers and pivotal acts such as Autechre, Aphex Twin, Jamie Lidell through to Flying Lotus, Bibio, Battles and many more. Continuing in Bang The Box’s tradition of supporting breaking acts alongside some of the world’s most forward thinking record labels and innovative crews, WARP’s featured acts for Easter Thursdays club event includes Hudson Mohawke, influenced by 90s UK dance music and golden era hip hop, and Rustie who is set to deliver a bright and brilliant sensory shock, both of whom are planning new Warp releases this year. In addition to these fresh newcomers, hotly-tipped young producer/songwriter Kwes and special guest, Radio 1 hip hop, dubstep and broken beats master Benji B are set to bring underground to the Underground.
Rave to Save are proud to announce their first fundraising party at Plan B, Brixton. Some of the biggest and best names on the current underground dance music scene are playing to raise money for Children with Leukaemia.
Leftroom, Cocoon Rec., Get Physical, Rekids
Crosstown Rebels, Hot Creations, One Records
Deep End Soundsystem
DANIEL & ROSSKO
BLACKHALL & BOOKLESS
Dropfellas invite you to come share the bank holiday celebrations while having your ears assaulted by some of the dirtiest tunes known to man!
DSOL formerly “Dark Side of London” Thursday the 21st of April will take over the basement of “The Shoreditch” – at 145 Shoreditch High Street – with a big dose of low frequency.
And who better to lead such assault than our very special guest, DJ HATCHA! The dubstep pioneer behind Sin City Records, Kiss FM Weekly Dubstep Show and HatchaTV.
Throwing you head first into the vibrations will be:
FUSED FORCES (Substance Abuse, Scruffy Hoodlum),
DROPFELLAS (DSOL residents / No.Mad Rec / Walkboy),
SAI (Wobble Squad)
QWARK (Lil Pitch Records)
This will be an exclusive 200 ticket event, so get yourself a ticket now!
Ticket Link: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/113109
DO NOT MISS OUT!
Following hot on the heels of their March party with Sigha, Blawan, Tom Davies and Alex Batchelor, Wholemeal come correct for the start of the bank holiday with a lineup full to the brim with warm, affable, welcoming House, Techno and Garage.
Did you say Cheap pizza, Super NES & Big Bass music at your favourite basement bar? Get outta town !!!
Rad Sauce Resident Snifit and East London’s infamous Wobble Squad’s head honcho Sai join forces to bring you MUTATE @ The Alibi with special guest DJs + old school gaming and enough snacks to drown a small horse! Sunday vibes party people!!
Mutations Of Dubstep / Garage / House & Future Bass
Randomer (Hessle Audio/Hospital)
Rattus Rattus (Urban Nerds)
Snifit (Rad Sauce)
Sai (Wobble Squad)
FREE ENTRY 7pm -2am
FREE SHOTS, PIZZA & SNES COMPS BEFORE 10pm
91 Kingsland High Street,
ZTG, EEEK Empire and Dead Guy create a melting pot of carefully selected dubbed out disco and hip house party inspired jams, to soften the blow of real life on this Good Friday Bank Holiday bonanza.
The BassLaced show rolls on and after two great parties down at Cable there is no reason for it not to.
This time round it’s an Easter weekend blow out and the multi genre bass cadets deliver things in true BassLaced fasion. Plastician heads up proceedings with firm support from taste maker Untold, AC Slater is over from the States and makes a rare appearance while Coki is set to deliver thunder in his “oh so special” way. Mosca and Lil Silva also make their way into room 1 to represent night slugs and complete yet another banging line up from the Nottingham via London camp.
Room 2 this month is hosted by Henry Zests very own Audio Doughnuts and he’s bringing some serious DJ’s with him. Shox from Rinse FM is the highlight with some other real treats in store.
Legaspi n ‘Korus
Henry Zest & Niko
Dubstep’s premiers – GetDarker – bring the most bass-weighty line-up of London’s Easter weekend at just £5! Rinse residents Youngsta and Icicle join dubstep pioneer Hatcha, alongside DMZ latest legendary Tunnidge, GetDarker’s very own Darkside plus up & comers Soapdodgers, in heating up the East Village basement on Friday 22nd April.
ONLY £5 adv. / £8 OTD
All our GetDarker events sell-out every time so make sure you get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!
DUB POLICE: EMALKAY ALBUM LAUNCH
MCs: Rod Azlan, Dread MC, Crazy D
THE DOCTOR’S ORDERS
=================MAIN ROOM -===============
-BRIZA (Techno Sessions)-FROM BRASIL
-KRISBAIT – (Techno Sessions / E’1s-FROM BRASIL)
-BIRINIGHT-(Techno Sessions,E1S,Malf.)-FROM PORTUGAL
-LUDGERO COSTA – (Elektronic Vibes / Techno Sessions / E’1s)
-AARON LIBERATOR (Stay up Forever collective)-ENGLAND
-CHRIS LIBERATOR (Stay up Forever collective)-ENGLAND
-SPIROS KALOUMENOS (Focus/eagervibe/)-FROM GREECE
-VENTANIA (techno sessions)FROM BRASIL
-KIMPA (techno sessions) FROM SWEDEN
APHRODITE B2B MICKEY FINN (2H SPECIAL)
DEADLY P B2B DJ DABBLE
MC MASH CLAN
THE ASBO DISCO
RAGGAMUFFIN & SARGY
BIG TUNES DJ’S
LOUISE + 1 B2B HUGHESEE
STREET ART, LIVE GRAFFITI BATTLE and FIRE SHOW
This Easter Bank Holiday prepare yourself for the Renegade Hardware Take Over! Trust us, this is a big one…. 2 nights, 2 venues, over 50 artists, combining together in ONE epic weekend! On the Friday we head West to Bristol. With the full Hardware crew in effect primed and ready to bring the freshest beats to Basement 45 for the first time this year! Bristol, you better be ready. We’re coming for you!
Part 2 drops on Saturday as we head back up to London to bring the Hardware pressure to Area for a massive back 2 back showdown! The line up is simply ridiculous. There is no contest. This is Hardware, setting the pace for 2011. Bring. It. on!
MR FASO presents
a night of ROOTS DUB REGGAE
with very special guest
in dub session
MR FASO ( ROOTIKAL)
DAVID HILL ( ROOTIKAL)
MR GREGGAE ( SKANK OUT OF BABYLON , Cafe 1001)
from 8PM till 2AM
Admission is £ 6 before 10pm, £8 after
Dress Code: Smiling faces
Open the Gate,
33-35 Stoke Newington Rd
London N16 8BJ Dalston
HOW TO GET THE PLACE:
Overground: Dalston Junction – Dalston Kingsland
Buses: 67 – 76 – 149 – 243 stop : Shackelwell Lane or Princess May rd
United by the recent tragic events in Japan, The Centrifuge & Splutter team up once again to host an evening of altruism and cutting-edge electronic music in the newly refurbished Islington Metal Works (aka Elektrowerkz). We’ve assembled a world-class lineup of musicians and artists to help us raise as much for charity as possible.
Electronic music legend and “Jimi Hendrix of the TB-303″ Mike Dred aka The Koskmik Kommando is heading up the lineup (check R&S, Replex and his own Machine Code for his expansive back catalogue) is heading up the main room lineup, closely followed by reformed drum n bass experimentalists Icarus who have recently remixed Caribou and Eclectic Method and are embarking on a UK tour this summer. Luke’s Anger promises to deliver his rave fuelled analogue techno, Monster X, Point B and Schemeboy are also geared up to pump out their own brand of broken beats of varying ferocity.
In the courtyard our Centrifuge and Splutter DJs and friends are on hand to fill the room with their latest beats and we’re also pleased to announce that infamous street artist Stik is involved – known for his endearing humanoid stick characters currently endemic around London streets and art happenings.
Red Bull Music Academy & Deadly People are excited and proud to present one of the biggest and most diverse DJs in the world right now, DIPLO, at one of London’s favourite venues, Koko.
Diplo is a true 21st Century artist, producer, icon and genre-hopping DJ. Behind the decks, he effortlessly glides from electro to baile funk, dubstep to punk and beyond. Meanwhile, collaborating with Switch, he’s turned festivals and warehouses upside down with their futuristic dancehall live act, Major Lazer.
His remix and production credits are truly awesome. Britney Spears, MIA, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Hot Chip, Gwen Stefani and Sleigh Bells are just a few of the artists to have been given the Diplo studio treatment.
But, it’s as a brilliant DJ that he’ll be performing on Thursday 28th
It’s a public holiday on the Friday thanks to the Royal Wedding, so what better way to start the party!
SOME OF THE MOST LEGENDARY NAMES IN BASS MUSIC
PLAYING ON 2 OF THE BEST SOUND SYSTEMS IN THE UK…
✪✪✪ LINEUP ✪✪✪
(Hosts: SEROCEE & EYEDUB)
MUNGO’S HI FI Feat. MC Ishu & More (Full Sound and Crew!)
DMX KREW (Rephlex Records)
DURRTY GOODZ w/ MEDISON & RUCKSPIN (live)
REMARC (Planet Mu/Surburban Base)
STICKY (Hot Wuk/UK Garage Legend)
BRACKLES (Rinse/Blunted Robots)
T.WILLIAMS (Deep Teknologi/Local Action)
CLANDESTINE (Dubpressure/Davey Jones/877)
WE ARE DUBIST
DJ RUM (2nd Drop/Yardcore)
DEAMONDS (It’s All About/Un Bongo)
JON PHONICS (Chakra Sounds)
DJ BUMP N GRIND (Spam Fritta)
LEGASPI & NIKO (Audio Doughnuts)
✪✪✪ SOUND POWERED BY: MUNGO’S HI-FI / ELEMENT 5 ✪✪✪
Anyone who’s been to Outlook Festival or heard Mungo’s HIFI live knows about the sheer power and warmth of the Mungo’s HI FI sound.On top of that room 2 pays host to the ultra hi-tech Element 5 soundsystem, used at last years Dubpressure vs Un Bongo warehouse rave and described by DJ Oneman as “easily one of the best soundsystems I have ever played on”
✪✪✪ Live bands ✪✪✪
IRD (In Rave Danger)
FMC (Filthy Music Collective)
DOWN WITH THE WEST
WAREHOUSE VENUE/3 ROOMS/FESTIVAL VIBES/FOOD/NICE OUTDOOR AREAS/CHEAP DRINKS/SOUND SECURITY