Line-up /Residents Neil Thornton & Johnny Hiller (Laser Magnetic) & very special guest Losoul (Playhouse Records/ Germany) / Bill Brewster (Lowlife/ Dj History.com) Pawel Blot (Creme Org/ Poland) and East Londons Future Sound of Clapton playing a surefire mix of electronic disco/deep house/ minimal mayhem and maximum fun!!!
Laser Magnetics high gloss disco duo Neil Thornton & Johnny Hiller celebrate 2 Years of Magnetic madness with a very special Birthday Party on Sat 10th March @ the recently revamped & even swankier Sosho with an all night soiree. A late licence (6am) has been granted for this special occasion and as you can imagine the Magnetic boys will be pulling at all the stops to put on one hell of a night, pulling in a star studded cast to help them blow out their disco candles @ Sosho.
It has been a busy year for Neil & Johnny, who have had a roller coaster ride of non stop fun. The partners in crime have been playing regularly @ Fabric, The Egg, The Key, 54, Canal 125, Big Chill House, Secret Warehouse Parties, Doggy East London Pubs, Festivals and a heap of overseas gigs including Japan, Germany, Finland, Italy, France and Holland over the last 2 years.
At their monthly residency at Sosho Lasermagnetic pulls in some of the hottest Djs/ producers to join them and tonight is certainly no exception. Joining them will be two established and long standing artists from London and Europe, taking things from underground disco via baelarica to deep electronic house, reflecting the broad range of music Lasermagnetic has built a reputation and fan base for.
Losoul aka Peter Kremeier is a member of Germanys Playhouse Label who has been making the deepest, emotive records for almost two decades now. He totally rocked TDK last year and Michal Mayer from 'Kompakt' descibes him as �the coolest mother fucker in minimal house' His Belong LP belongs in every serious collectors record collection, totally groovy music that soothes the soul'
Bill puts on the fantastic Lowlife parties in London, plays regularly all over Europe, hosts the Dj History site and is basically a walking librry of Dance Music covering anything from from Disco rarities to modern electronic dance. Bill is well known for around the globe for the good books he has written on club music.
Pawel Blot (Poland)
Born in Poland in the period of general misery, Pawel Chrzempka found his way in the world under the mysterious and robotic influence of Professor Blot. Soon after that his musical taste developed according to the sound of pre-italo, electro and electronica soundtracks an he was highly influenced by Kraftwerk and the early works on mostly Italian labels. In silence Pawel contiuned the work alongside his master, Professor Blot.
The discovery of I-F’s “mixed up in the Hague” was definitely another mile stone in his development. Faced with old disco tracks, chicago house, detroit and modern “west coast electro sound of Holland” electro Pawel redefined himself. Later on he discovered that most of that music was being played on the Cybernetic Broadcasting System.
After a period of general worship he stumblled into Legowelt during one of his summer expeditions through the Dirty Brown Sewers. From that point on a lot has changed. He started playing at parties alongside the Bunker Team and he found fulfilment in the Crème Organization label.
Nowadays, Pawel throws local Elektric Disco parties in The Hague and continues to be a resident at Crème / Bunker parties in Holland. He is also working hard on reviving the scene in Poland. The Crème Organization Showcase at FEMEV festival in Plock, Poland (2005) serves as an example
Future Sound of Clapton
FSoC was born on a dark night in the heavily claustrophobic and chemically-charged mist of Hackney marshes. The bastard child of Minimal-Electro-Italo heads DJ's Fumix and Marco, its birth was an "accident" that sparked a string of underground parties in East-London, an (almost) monthly show on Samurai.fm together with a residency at the Samurai FM sessions @ Herbal and Guidelines Productions events, gigs as far as Poland, Singapore and Japan, and many, many monday morning hangovers! FSoC latest extravaganza is "Comadisco". This winter will see FSoC returning to Poland to rock some Vodka-guzzling party- people's asses. Fumix and Marco will be hosting downstairs at Sosho, expect their regulars collide with Lasermagnetic�s crowd in one of this years hottest bashes!