Planet Mu Night presents Kuedo – Live, Machinedrum – Live, The Host AKA Boxcutter –Live, Rudi Zygadlo – Live, Tropics – Live, Tripper, Sduk & Cntrst and more / 11th May / XOYO
In line with their rich history of genre bending and melding, Planet Mu presents an evening of enthralling and diverse electronic music at one of London’s finest clubs – XOYO.
Kuedo will be headlining Room 1 with a live show that will be a treat and half to hear on XOYO’s cracking soundsystem. Like cruising through a retro-futuristic cityscape Kuedo’s highly emotive album ‘Severant’ is so unmistakably his own, a rare feat in a world of copy-cats – with a unique fusion of synth, 808 inspired hip-hop and all other manners of influences.
Machinedrum will also present live his unique vision off the back of one of 2011′s most celebrated LPs, ‘Room(s)’ – an album that truly encompasses 20 plus years of electronic influences from across the globe, be it the heaving sub-bass of jungle or the taut rhythms of juke. There are few producers who can meld such disparate elements into something so compelling and no doubt this will be transformed into a gripping live set.
Boxcutter in anticipation of a new Planet Mu album under his The Host alias will be keeping the floor moving with his deep and colourful sonic concoctions, Rudi Zygadlo who likewise has a heavily awaited LP will be showcasing live his strange yet fascinating take on electronic pop. To top Room 1 off the Tropics’s will present their ethereal sounds which are sure to swell perfectly around the cavernous main room.
Room 2 see’s the London collective Them showcase their warped and highly charged take on UK dance music with an exciting b2b set between Sduk and Cntrast. Other leading luminaries in forward thinking music, Tripper, Bagheera and Vortex SG top of the bill – all of whom promise to smash the living daylights out of Room 2.
With such celebrated artists and such a tightly curated line-ups in both rooms it’s sure to be an incredible night of beautifully strange music.
Kuedo – Live (UK Debut!)
Machinedrum – Live
The Host AKA Boxcutter – Live
Rudi Zygadlo – Live
Tropics – Live
Planet Mu DJ’s
Room 2 – Hosted by THEM
Sduk & Cntrst
Tickets available from: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?342741
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MYSTERY JETS DJ SET @ THE OLD QUEEN’S HEAD
FRIDAY 11TH MAY 2012
Friday nights at The Old Queen’s Head are an institution for partying. Each and every week we book some of the world’s most renowned DJs to come and grace our illustrious DJ booth.
For our guest DJ’s we have The Mystery Jets getting back behind the decks for another superb night of disco, electro and dance floor classics showing us why they’ve developed a reputation as great DJs.
FREE BEFORE 8PM/ £4 AFTER
44 Essex Road
Tel: 020 7354 9993 bookings
London club-pros Scandalism return again with arguably one of their best line-ups to date.
Festival favourites and party-rockers, the Dub Pistols – led by main man Barry Ashworth – are back with their fifth album ‘Worshiping The Dollar’. Bringing their famously frenetic live show to Electric Brixton, they will be launching their album in classic Dub Pistols style – with an all-night party. A supporting lineup brimming with talent includes High Rankin, Rob Da Bank, Xfm’s Eddy Temple-Morris and dubstep renegade Rednek – this night will be a showstopper from start to finish.
Make sure you are a part of it.
This is an 18+ event
The Doctor’s Orders in association with Dephect present
ON THE REAL
KENNY DOPE (MASTERS AT WORK)
Exclusive Hip-Hop / Soul Set
10pm-3am Friday 11th May 2012
@ East Village, 89 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HX
Tickets £7.50 Early Bird // £10 Advance
Kenny Dope (Master At Work)
Chris P Cuts
& host MC Prankster
We have finally got our man!
After nearly seven years at the top of the pile “the kings of the capital’s Hip-Hop scene” (Time Out), The Doctor’s Orders, are over excited to announce one of the very few DJs that have been on the wish list from the start that has not yet had the pleasure playing one of their hundreds of events.