Line-up /David E Sugar
Breakfast With Wolves
Hear We Dance
It’s Christmas for Santa’s sake so get your booty’s down to 93 to shake some good stuff to some of electronic music's best underground live acts and DJs. Plus expect to see some extra xmas entertainment to spread the festive cheer. It's FREE all night long.
In the Live Hall
ESKIMO TWINS (DJ) - After agreeing on their mutual appreciation of Techno, Classic House, Indie, Acid, Electro, and their lingering teenage love of Metal; the Twins busied themselves with tweaking and crafting a dark electronic sound, inter-mangled with their penchant for twisted pop sensibilities. As well as earning a residency at the one of the UK’s most prominent club nights, Wax:On, 2010 sees the Twins hold down a summer residency at Reclaim The Dance Floor in Ibiza, complete a guest mix for Radio 1 and appear at UK and European Festivals as well as DJ sets up and down the country including Annie Mac presents.
DAVID E SUGAR (LIVE) - Regarded by his peers as one of the most creative artists around, David E. Sugar has firmly cemented himself as one of the most promising talents on the UK underground. A gifted singer, songwriter, producer and DJ, he is the latest signing to Bestival curator Rob da Bank’s Sunday Best record label. His debut single for the label, ‘Party Killer’, has already seen him emerge on to the mainstream circuit alongside many other current successful artists. With support now burgeoning from radio presenters such as Zane Lowe, Lauren Laverne, Jon Hillcock, Kissy Sellout, Eddie Temple-Morris, Joe Ransom and DJs such as Jesse Rose, Hot Chip, Tom Findlay (Groove Armada), Sinden and Hervé, it seems David E. Sugar is on the verge of something big.
JAPAYORK (LIVE) - This brilliant synth pop artist from New York / Japan / London will one day be a pop superstar, and the first step is/was, depending when you’re reading this, his release on 5 December of debut single ‘Teenagers’. Japayork first poked his head above the pop parapet at the start of 2010 with free download ‘Our Now’ – which generated a great level of blog buzz – and the original demo of ‘Teenagers’, which has become a high-octane pop thunderer for its single release. An infectious alchemy of sex, dance and jubilance riddle his music.
LIGHTHOUSES (LIVE) - Where some bands choose to be the sum of all their influences Lighthouses choose to evolve from them; As a band, Lighthouses remain constantly amorphous, moving and shaping whichever way inspires them. As happy playing alongside DJs at warehouse parties as guitar bands at huge venues. Lighthouses sit comfortably amongst all-comers and make an indelible impression on everyone who sees them play. A beautiful harmony of man and machine, strings and synths, Lighthouses fuse music of all genres, styles and ages, to make songs about life and modern love. Lighthouses are here to make you dance.
BREKFAST WITH WOLVES (LIVE) - A great Rock/Pop 3 piece straight outta Shoreditch. Breakfast with Wolves started in the summer of 2009 when Lee joined the wolfpack. Ever since they've been howling relentlessly at anyone who has been willing to listen including John Culshaw in a pub that closely resembles the Woolpack in Emmerdale.
In The Bar
FUTURECOP! (DJ) - While other artists embracing the originality of the 80s are trying hard to bring the past to the future, Fututrecop! teleports you back to the 80s & right in-front of the TV screen where under-handedly your personality was being programmed and nourished through what was considered to be futuristic Sci-Fi culture, cartoons & movies! For the last few years Fututrecop! have been sharing their reminiscing energy with the world through time capsules in a form of music tracks and will be doing the same with us on the 17th at 93 Feet East.
Also HEAR WE DANCE return with their blend of cool French Disco and lively remixes.
Italian duo FANNY GAMES entertain with their quirky electro beats, SKILOW spurts out his Nu Disco and Mash Up favorites and D/A/D gets down to some 80’s inspired electro/pop.