Double Trouble Productions and The White house Present...Rhythmatic with Ashley Beedle
25th Sept 2010 @ The White House, Clapham // 8.30pm – 5am
The Rhythamtic beats rarely lie fallow for long, and a mere few weeks after their flash Southern European tour with Carl Cox, Hernan Cattaneo, and Nick Warren, one of London’s finest promotions is back to bring the last of the summer spark to Southern London’s White House.
Holding the fort that is the legendary Cavo Paradiso Mykonos, and spending his mid-summer evenings playing alongside Sven Vath, Luciano, Reboot and Matthias Tanzmann, to name but a few; Stathis Lazarides steps back onto UK home soil armed with a new release with fellow Greek Music Man, Alex Celler on the Dutch imprint, Soweso Records, ready to bring some of the Summer and some of the new Autumn Sounds to Clapham’s White House.
Consistently pushing the boundaries with upfront music and the crème del la crème of artistic talent, Rhythmatic has fast become a city favourite for underground, deep tech house. Always pulling out all the stops, especially when it comes to the White House, where the party is a solid favourite and always well received. After a long London break, yes summer is over, but rejoice that Rhythmatic is back!
There aren’t many producer/DJs around who can claim to have had as much influence on the UK’s dance music scene as Ashley Beedle. Any DJ who likes good music will have a record in their collection that he has been involved in, and it gives us huge pleasure to welcome him back to Rhythmatic.
Ashley’s remixes have ranged from pop and rock bands, little house labels; hip hop mixes & house mixes. There really are too many to mention, though Elton John’s number one hit ‘Are You Ready for Love?’ and Bob Marley’s ‘Get Up Stand Up’ spring to mind. But then don’t forget his moments with The Streets ‘Weak Become Heroes’ and Bent’s ‘Always’.
Beedle stands at centre Rhythmatic attention as probably one the most wide-spread artists, as far as genre is concerned, that Rhythmatic have ever brought on board. Making this an evening not to be missed!
??The White House: ??
65 Clapham Park Road
London SW4 7EH
Free before 9pm, £8 before 11pm, £10 after Concessions: £6/£8
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Age: 18+ (bring ID if you're under 25)