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Discovery & Warm Bank Holiday Day and Night with The Revenge photo gallery
The Revenge (Instruments of Rapture)
Ali Tillett & Rob Summerhayes (Warm)
Neil Thornton (Lasermagnetic)
Guille Bo (Hustle)
Colin & David (Curious People)
Dave Rose (Shift) Mr Shiver
Phil Lamb Anja WOMSO
playing outdoors daytime and indoors night time
Advance tickets £7 available from www.Residentadvisor.net
Two venues/ two minutes distance from each other
outdoors Papermill (day)/ Indoors Horse and Groom (night) 1 ticket entry to both
One of the hottest acts in dance music The Revenge (Instruments of Rapture) joins Discovery & Warm and friends for a very special May Bank Holiday day & night session at the Papermill (daytime outdoors) & The Horse & Groom (Night)
Please find details of the second in the series of very special bank holiday events taking place over the summer of 2010 with London’s Discovery & Warm party crews joining forces for some very hot days & nights with some truly amazing & talented guests. For the first May Bank Holiday party taking place over both floors of Easter London’s premier haunt, the Horse & Groom and we are very excited to announce a
welcome return of one of the hottest acts in underground music, Greame Clarke aka The Revenge, whose performance last year was one of the highlights of 2009 at the venue. Joining Graeme will be the Warm & Discovery residents Ali Tillett, Rob Summerhayes, Neil Thornton, Dave Rose & Guille and we will also be
backed by some of our favourite East London-based friends, The Curious People.
And that is not all as there will be a special outdoor daytime event taking place literally 30 seconds down the road at the Papermill with it’s fantastic courtyard space where we will be laying on a sizzling bbq, outdoor
cocktail bar and soundsystem to gear everyone into the party mood for the night ahead. There will be 300 limited advance tickets on sale from residentadvisor.net which allows you entrance to both daytime and night time parties for the bargin price of £7 you get 2 parties and 2 venues for one
ticket... Alternatively there will be limited number of tickets on the door for the Horse & Groom
evening session for £5.
The Revenge (Instruments of Rapture)
It has been a massive past year for the Scottish disco maestro Graeme Clark aka The Revenge. He has been spinning his Disco edits from Cork to Amsterdam, Zurich to New York, Warsaw to Athens and just about everywhere in between while following Villalobos and Craig Richards with a storming set Fabrics 10th
Birthday. Never content to stop The Revenge will take to Horse and Groom for an extended set on the 2nd May.
His acclaimed edits for celebrated label Jisco music have breathed new life into the likes of Stevie Wonder Hot Chocolate and Unfinished Business. They are now essential records in any House & Disco DJs Bag and are flying off the shelf as quickly as they are getting into the shops. His recent original productions and remixes both solo and alongside collaborators such as Craig Smith have been tearing up dancefloors internationally for the last few months.
Graeme is no novice to production. It all began in his teenage years when he began making a skewed blend of electronic music using a couple of his dad’s old drum machines and a sampler. Influenced by his parents’ collection of rock, soul and funk as well as eighties daytime radio and the burgeoning rave scene, he
began the process of dissecting and re-imagining the music.
From disco dons to house heads, it seems we all can't get enough of The Revenge. Just watch your back and remember...revenge is sweet.
Beginning 10 years ago as a mid-week student club night in Bournemouth, Warm has since established itself in London as the leading DJ agency& management company. In addition to looking after a stable of long established leading undergroundDJs and producers - including Ame, Dixon, Henrik Schwarz, I:Cube, and Jazzanova - the agency has recently attracted the talents of some of the most talked about
newcomers in recent years, such as The Revenge and Azari & III. Since moving to
i Plastic People. last year to mark the agency's 10 year anniversary and has since become a permanent fixture on the London scene, continuing to attract such highly respected artists as Motor City Drum Ensemble,
Maurice Fulton, and Steve Bug