LUKES ANGER (vinyl set) // bonus round
D.O.K // hyperdub
DROID // off me nut
DANKLE // coin operated
LENKEMZ // mutant bass
WARLOCK // rag n bone
SASQUATCH // senseless
DAVE SHADES // horror boogie
PIRATE SOUNDSYSTEM // heavy warper
JOSH WEST // ooogly
DAS BOOT // the z-shed
DJ BUMP N’ GRIND // dungeon bounce
VITAL TEAM // dungeon bounce
YOUR NIECE // poundland
ANGELA MURKLE // them
10 til 6 // FREE ALL NIGHT!!
GRIME // TECHNO // JUKE // UK BOUNCE // GLOBAL BASS // MUTANT BASS
What better way to say thank you to all of you for the support all year than to give you a big free party for Christmas! With a special “strictly vinyl” set from Lukes Anger, a very rare appearance from Hyperdub Grime overlord D.O.K, and some of our favourite northern weirdoes Droid, Dankle, Lenkemz & Dave Shades coming down just for the night. All rounded up nicely with some of the best London DJ’s we have to offer. Merry Christmas.
BANGFACE 83 – I LIKE CHRISTMAS!
Friday 16 December 2011
10pm – 6am, Friday 16 December
@ Electrowerkz, 7 Torrens St, London EC1V 1NQ
Annual BangFace Xmash party on
Kazakhstan Independence Day!
Dress as Borat, Ali G, Bruno or Santa,
Elves, Biblical Icons, Pressies & Crackers
DJ STARSCREAM (Sid Wilson)
THE DJ PRODUCER
CEEPHAX ACID CREW
ROWLAND THE BASTARD
STAZMA THE JUNGLECHRIST
UEP & HI-VIZ M.C.
UNITY SCOOP 24
SAINT ACID + BF HARD CREW
Plus NORMSKI’S HOUSE PARTY!
feat. 2 BAD MICE CREW
eTickets £11 (+£1bf) only from eBANG:
Show your love here:
Nick Lawson ( Visonquest / Leftroom )
Max Chapman ( Hot Creations / Lower East )
Cera Alba (Hot Creations / illusion Recordings )
Lewis Wright (No Artificial Colours ) ( Pet Food )
MAGNA CARTA is a new night coming to London.
Its a new Deep House Party which is guaranteeing ten out of ten music from start to finish.
Every event will be a secret location and only revealed a day or two before it takes place.
This will be a very special and unique night not to missed, with a very strong line up it promises to literally be going off from 10pm to 6am.
The venue its self will match the music , dark deep and moody just what everyone wants.
Get your tickets early because this will definitely be a sold out event and there will be very limited tickets if any on the door that night.
See you on the 16th.
Friday 16th DECEMBER 2011
65 CROWNDALE RD. NW1 1TN
08.00 pm – 4am
£5 ADV. // £6 Door (£5 w/ flyer)
AGE OF CONSENT
LEIGH DE VRIES
►AGE OF CONSENT – Formerly known as Shitdisco, London based two-piece (Joe Reeves and Darren Cullen) are influenced by the likes of Heaven 17, John Carpenter and Berlin-Era Bowie. Their first single ‘The Beach’ was produced by Luke Smith (Foals, Depeche Mode) and was released on the 5th of September 2011.
►DPPLGNGRS – From the dark backrooms emerged two lone gunslingers…Deciding to join forces, the powerhouse duo DPPLGNGRS was formed. This unholy alliance of Craig Fury and Tobias Doppelganger have set forth to set fire to dancefloors, armed with colossal beats and butt-shaking bass.
►BLANK DISCO – Blank Disco is primarily the musical persona of London / Home Counties based electronica artist Dan Seville. Although Dan’s musical activities have their roots in experiments going back to the mid ‘90s, his Blank Disco project only started to take full shape in 2009, since when he has embarked on a concentrated process of developing and refining his sound aesthetic, combining elements of techno, ambient and field recordings to effect his skewed vision of the contemporary landscape.
►LEIGH DE VRIES – With her monotone vocal style and naturel baritone, Leigh has been dubbed ‘The Voice’. Don’t expect to like her straightaway, you have nothing to compare her with. The effort of coming to terms with things you do not understand makes them all the more valuable when you do grasp them.
►LIONS- Lions is the musical brainchild of electropop-dance duo, producer Ben Ziapour & singer/songwriter Amy Syed. Based entirely in the studio for the past twelve months, the pair have been writing and recording tracks for their debut ep ‘Lights, ’ set to be released independently in early 2012. The project was launched live in October ’11, headlining at Camden’s Proud Galleries and since then they have swiftly started to pick up speed on the underground live dance circuit across London. Expect uniquely slick production, exceptionally tight beats and a lot of epic vocals. You probably won’t have heard pop music quite like this before…
►ZAFLON- Zaflon is a Producer/DJ from London. He produces artists and makes modern EDM music from electro to Dub-step.
► SINAH- Pronounced Xena – is a warrior of another kind. Originally from Berlin, she moved to London in 2009 after spending a year in the US to work as a session musician. She finally decides to perform her own music and will release her first Single under Brownswood Management early next year.
Queen Cooly presents a 5 hours set of acrobatic music. be ready.
Following a party with Francois K in the basement of an office block & a disco session with Derrick Carter in a photo studio, tonights ‘A Private Party with…’ sees house music legend Kerri Chandler, in a intimate space playing music all night long.
Back to the raw.
A basement, a red light and a feeling as we take over this unused East London space to put together a top spec sound system for an intimate party with one of the undoubted legends of house music. Kerri Chandler playing an 7 hour set from start to finish with a set inspired by his long and fruitful relationship with Madhouse Records. Expect some deep 80s & 90s house music and fresh from an all conquering summer as DC10 resident, don’t be surprised if there’s also some cutting edge techno thrown in.
Launched in 1992 Madhouse Records Inc was a joint venture between US DJ and producer Kerri Chandler and Mel Medalie’s Champion Records. As an outlet for Kerri’s music & tracks he came across whilst DJing, the first release on the label was a 6-track sampler entitled “A Basement, A Red Light & A Feelin’” which showcased some of the artists and releases to come, and sold in excess of 100,000 copies on vinyl alone. With the label’s tracks now remastered and available to download, Kerri will be showcasing some of his favourite tracks of the era in a Madhouse inspired set.
This is no super club and you can expect attention to detail with all aspects of the production with numbers limited. This is a chance to see an undoubted house music legend doing what he does best…. rocking a warehouse party till the sun comes up.
Breakage at The Nest
Friday 16th December
11pm – 4am / £6 entry
Breakage aka James Boyle is never been one to be pigeonholed. Moving effortlessly through styles from drum and bass to dubstep, Breakage has proved himself to be one of the most versatile operators in either scene to date. A prodigious talent, he already has a number of classic releases under his belt but continues to develop his sound. Combining rich tones and a sense of spaciousness in the mix, Breakage’s music is both subtle yet devastatingly effective.
36 Stoke Newington Road,
Dalston, London, N16 7XJ
Tel: 020 7354 9993
Art Department (Crosstown Rebels),
Bill Patrick (Supplement Facts),
Alexis Raphael (Hot Creations/Supplemental facts),
Ali Love (Hot Creations)
Return To The Future launches to up the game in the warehouse party scene. .
Friday December 16th is the date, with the first party held at a special Secret east London location. Forward thinking Canadian duo, Art Department, whose debut album ‘The Drawing Board’ was released early 2011 on Crosstown Rebels, are to headline, plus music from the underground deep techno sounds of Supplement Facts’ Bill Patrick, rising talent Alexis Raphael and a live show from Ali Love – performing some of his recent hook-ups on Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations imprint, including one of the biggest summer records of 2011, ‘Forward Motion’, and some killer new tracks on Crosstown Rebels and Art Department’s No.19 imprint.
Cutting edge with comfort replaces the usual stark warehouse party blueprint. The sounds will be some of the finest deep electronic grooves , mixing the new skool wizards with some of the older established.Features of the event will be high-end production, lasers and lighting installations as well as loads of goodies to transform the venue into something way beyond four concrete walls and beats.
This will be a night not to be missed, or forgotten…”
£10 early bird / £12.50 advance / £15 on the door