Celebrating 3 years of events, festival stages and beach parties the ALAN crew are back in London and ready to bring you all they can for half the price.
2 Rooms of: DnB, Dubstep, Visuals, Electro, House, Bassline, Swing, Jungle, Amen, Big Beat, Neurofunk DnB, Mash-up, Breaks, Funk and other fun noises! Face painting for charity
Only £5 Adv, £7 OTD
@ The Bussey Building, Peckham Rya
Saturday 5th May
10pm – 6am
The RENOWNED ALAN Vibes
The Famous ALAN ALLSORTS Stall
Hand made themed decor throughout the whole club
ALL RESIDENT DJS & FRIENDS
Giant AV screen
Facepainting for Charity
Having taken a well-earned rest, Mudlove are back and delighted to announce our biggest party to date with a line-up that speaks for itself, obviously the only place to be on the May Bank Holiday Weekend.
Expect cinematic, rolling deep house and disco vibes from 2 of the hottest acts on the planet who will be repping undoubtedly THE label of 2011 – Hot Creations.
We will be taking over one of London’s hottest venues, located approx 5 mins from Notting Hill, Westbourne Studios is a 400 capacity studio style space fitted with a brand new Funktion 1 soundsystem. Check out the venue here http://www.industrymembersclub.com/
WiLDKATS (Hot Creations/Lower East)
Luca C (Hot Creations/Crosstown Rebels)
+ Mudlove Residents
Saturday 5th May (Bank Holiday Weekend)
Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, W10 5JJ
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Spectrum returns in 2012 with another massive warehouse party, lining up Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Redlight, Disclosure, BrEaCh and more…
Spectrum went HUGE in 2011, moving to London and making a name for itself with big lineups, stunning production and don’t-miss parties. Now this genre-defying underground club brand goes bigger and better, making a return to London’s best warehouse space – Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, the scene of two of last year’s most memorable parties.
After tearing apart Spectrum in 2011, Brit Award-nominated Chase & Status are back to headline with a DJ set accompanied by Rage. Joining them will be one of the bass scene’s brightest stars, Sub Focus who is guaranteed to give the huge Flare Audio soundsystem a workout of epic proportions, as well Redlight, Disclosure (live), Ben Westbeech’s BrEaCh, Killsonik, Major Look (live PA) and Zombie Kids from Madrid. As always, Spectrum head honcho Pete Jordan hosts this all-star cast. And there’s more still to be announced…
Get your tickets for this now – before they sell out!
This is an 18+ event
3 Generations of House
Tevo Howard [Rush Hour / Buzzin' Fly]
Brawther [Balance / My Love Is Underground]
Alex Coulton [All Caps / Idle Hands]
05 May 2012
The Rhythm Factory
£6/8/10 £7 NUS
Reaching a milestone that few other promoters see, Wiggle celebrates 18 years of innovation at Corsica Studios on Saturday 5th May 2012.
When Terry Francis and Nathan Coles started throwing parties it was a reaction to their circumstances. Already committed to London’s fledging acid house scene, both were influenced by rare groove and up-tempo soul. They wanted to create something of their own and were joined on their mission by Evil Eddie Richards, the man dubbed Britain’s ‘Godfather of house and techno’ for his role as one of the first to introduce the music to the UK in the mid 80’s.
Wiggle – the catch-all term covering their record label, club night, artist name and attitude – has come to typify a particular style of music; a deep, druggy basement-shaking sound that nicks techno’s swagger and steals house’s smile.
The term ‘tech house’ has often been applied to Wiggle’s musical style. It’s a term that didn’t exist when Wiggle first commenced their assault on the club scene, although Wiggle, and the trio that make-up the team, are widely considered its pioneers. (No mean feat in an industry where it’s difficult to do anything but follow in others footsteps.)
Wiggle stalwarts Nathan Coles, Terry Francis and Evil Eddie Richards will be joined on the night by infamous party Kerfuffle and Detroit legend Stacey Pullen.
Stacey Pullen began working in the Detroit techno scene in 1990, under the mentorship of Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson. Pullen’s incorporation of house and garage with techno has been cited as an influence on many electronic artists since then and has earned him a firm place amongst techno’s elite.
Wiggle has long held a special place in the hearts of the underground community, as much for it’s unique musical style as it’s unpretentious atmosphere. Maybe this is the very reason why Wiggle is one of only a few events around the world to have stood the test of time as a regular club event. Here’s looking forward to the next 18 years!
Stacey Pullen, Nathan Coles, Terry Francis, Eddie Richards, Matt Sawyer, Richard Grey, Grant Dell, Liz Edwards and Martyn Rochester