The Ed Banger 6 (1/2) Birthday party in July was one of the biggest and craziest club events of 2009. Completely sold out the crowd went wild for 8 hours straight to cracking sets from the whole Ed Banger family (including secret guests Justice only UK show of the year).
"The London Ed Banger 6 1/2 Birthday Party was the best party we played in 2009" - DJ Mehdi
So, due to popular demand, we're bringing it back!
On Friday 5th March Ed Banger's figurehead Busy P will be returning to London to celebrate 7 huge years in the business with the Ed Banger gang, Fake Blood, Riton and more.
All taking place at The Coronet Theatre in Elephant & Castle, a venue which boasts the best sound system in the country for its size. Imagine a festival sized PA crammed into a room the size of a cinema and you’re halfway there!
Advance tickets available now at just £15 from
Deadly People is based in London with partners worldwide. Created by Phil Hutcheon at the start of 2008, Deadly put on events that range in size from 250 to 2,500 people and always include a headline performance from a world class artist. Deadly Management represents AC Slater, Buraka Som Sistema, Drop The Lime, Sinden & Zombie Nation and Deadly People Recordings have released music by O. Children, Violens, Cartridge, Subway and The Megaphonic Thrift. They are also responsible for Lovebox Friday in 2010.
Ed Banger Records:
Busy P (aka Pedro Winter aka ex-manager of Daft Punk) starts the most influential underground dance music label of recent times. From this fantastic movement, Justice appears and pretty much influence a whole generation of dance kids. They win MTV Best Video Award for "We Are Your Friends", piss off Kanye West, make up with Kanye, direct Kanye's video and have Jay Z, Britney Spears and U2 desperate for some Ed Banger love. Meanwhile, back in Paris, So_Me becomes one of the most influential artists in France, DJ Mehdi releases a critically acclaimed album that even Thomas from Daft Punk gets involved with and BANG, Ed Banger are the hottest thing since, well... yeah... Daft Punk.