East London meets West London
The team that run L.E.D Phuture, Robot Rock & Kill All Bankers at Dalston Superstore, Vogue Fabric & The Star of Bethnal Green present this hetro friendly gay night.
Now bringing that wonderful flavour in an “East London meets West London” party with a wonderful rotating list of club/music themes every week expect guests like; Basement Jaxx, X-Press2, Per QX, Erol Sabadosh, Scottee, Mikki Most, Jeffrey Hinton and each week to feature Electro ‘n Techno, Fidget ‘n Indie, R&B ‘n Funk and Pop ‘n Dance but for the 1st month NEW will stick to a diet of tech house with lots of songs from bands & singers you know and love.
Debuting new mixes from their new album.
Back in the studio after a year’s sabbatical, the duo have been writing some incredible new tunes to be released on Skint. They are working with a variety of different vocalists and are weaving their usual leftfield, deep but strangely accessible sound around some simply amazing new songs. As always the unexpected is to be expected! The artist that brought you the unlikely dancefloor allure of “Give It” feat Kurt Wagner, and the dark mystery of “Kill 100” continues in the vein of creating music that is as cerebral as it is ultimately danceable…some very interesting and exciting collaborations are coming including the soon to be omnipresent “Time” feat James Yuill courtesy of Moshi Moshi, already receiving some amazing reactions with DJs and clubs alike…A songwriter of some considerable skill and panache James has proven to be the perfect partner for the X-Press 2 production sound…With a new straight-up dancefloor track ready to go and a handful of remixes in the pipeline, 2010 looks like it’s going to be a busy year for XP2