SATURDAY 15th DECEMBER
Blah Blah Blah presents…..
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11pm – 4am
Early Bird Tickets £5 + BF from Resident, Dome and Resident Advisor.
MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE & ALL, what better way to celebrate the party season than with the emphatic party selector that is, JACKMASTER and rising teenage talent HAPPA, oh and of course we’ll be serving our usual gut busting helping of BLAH BLAH BLAH DJs.
Maya Jane Coles
L Vis 1990
Special Guest: Soundstream (live)
The final month of The Hydra kicks off with Bugged Out present Night Slugs on Saturday 15th December, which showcases the London imprint’s finest talents and one of their personal heroes. The special guest this time around is Disco enthusiast Soundstream who’s remarkable edits and sample-laden cuts have seen the Panorama Bar affiliate build up a repertoire of buy-on-site releases that bring back hazy memories of yesteryear. Label-heads Bok Bok and L-Vis 1990 are known for their genre-defying sets that can range from Garage to Techno to early UK Grime and have been known to go back to back for hours on end. Jam City’s recent Classical Curves LP has seen the producer come into his own both technically and musically whilst Girl Unit has been playing around with live 808’s and synthesizers by the sounds of his latest Club Rez EP so don’t surprised if he drops the odd Prince tune in his set.
Tickets are available from: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?398190
+ buy ticketsLine-up / Mustard Pimp [DIM MAK Records] ATOMIC DROP [Big Fish / Surfer Rosa] STARPUNK [Plasmapool Records] VIKO [The Mad Doctor] FAIS SoundByte The ‘Wintercase’, International Festival of Electronic Music, is the only Sicilian Festival which flies in the face of winter and stirs young music fans up. Throughout two months Wintercase hosts an impressive line up of world-famous artists as well as best newcomers on the European electronic music scene. To satisfy the tastes of all, Wintercase welcomes different electronic genres such as I.D.M, Drum and Bass, Techno and Minimal.Over time, Wintercase festival has achieved resounding success due to its eclectic line up For the first time this year Palermo edition will be preceded by a little European tour: first in London, then Berlin, Milan, Turin and finally Rome. Here are the Headliners for the previous seasons: Ellen Alline, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Roni Size, Congorock, Apparat, Justice, Riva Starr, Dj Hype, Etienne De Crecy, Moodselektor, Mustard Pimp, Dirty Phonics, Reset, Gigi Barocco, Supernova, Southcentral, Far Too Loud, Silicon Dust, Shy Fx, Italoboyz, Blatta e Inesha. GoMad Events and SemVesco Productions will host the opening date of this European Tour, in London, on Saturday 15th of December 2012 at Duke’s House, a completely refurbished venue in East London (32-38 Duke’s Place, Aldgate, London, EC3A 7LP). Presenting an impressive Electro line up, with artists from all around Europe, the event will be headlined by MUSTARD PIMP – a French electro production/remix duo signed to Dim Mak Records with remixes by artists such as Will Smith, Stereo Heroes, Dada Life, and Atari Teenage Riot already under its belt. Some other various tracks Cherry Pidgeon Flu (feat. Blue & Inesha] Gold 3 Beetle Gum.
The Haçienda comes to London for Haçienda 30 – an explosive anniversary party featuring some of the greatest pioneers in house music – Todd Terry, Marshall Jefferson and Mike Pickering…
This year The Haçienda celebrates 30 stunning years, and to mark the release of a special 30th anniversary compilation album. Coming to KOKO on Saturday December 15th this party is set to have London dancing like it hasn’t since the last official Haçienda party came to town in 1992.
It’s been a while since DJ Friction brought his Shogun Audio clan down to Cable, and We Fear Silence welcomes them back with open arms. This time the DnB legend has invited down the one and only Dub Phizix to lead the proceedings. The mancunian has developed his own blend of DnB, carving a future-facing minimalist approach into the scene and leaving a lasting taste on the tongues of ravers all over the country. Friction adds a 2 hour set in the main room to the mix along with the regular Shogun boys are all in attendance as well including Alix Perez, Spectrasoul, Icicle, Rockwell and more. SP:MC, Mantmast and LX One are on top of all things lyrical and garage stalwart MJ Cole leads the way in room 2 with The Prototypes, El Matador and DJ Friction performing a special freestyle set. That’s right, Friction twice is twice as nice!