Gareth Hansome & Zak Frost
A brand new party in the heart of Shoreditch and taking place on the first Saturday of every month, Burn Out hits London town in time for the Easter Weekend. Burn Out is the bastard love child of two of London’s leading underground promoters: Gareth Hansome (Monza) & Zak Frost (Nodisko). All killer and no filler, each month Burn Out will play host to some of the world’s finest purveyors of electronic dance music and the area's most deviant of disco-goers.
Our kick-arse launch line-up includes:
James Flavour and Break 3000, better known as Dirt Crew, will be flying in from Berlin for an exclusive extended four-hour set. Europe’s original and best electro disco-punks responsible for countless anthems such as ‘Rok Da House’, 'Largo' and ‘808 Lazerbeam’, they are currently tearing up clubs worldwide with their massive new release ‘Places’. Having recently toured the finest venues of Australia, Japan, North/South America and all of Europe, this will be their first London gig in ages, so expect serious fireworks.
The new production duo consisting of Nodisko’s Zak Frost and international techno superstar John Askew. Following their massive debut release on Dirt Crew Recordings ('Radio', released at the end of 2006) they have recently remixed Sasse for Moodmusic and Mike Monday for Playtime. Their f***ed-up electronic DJ performances are also a rare chance to see John play a totally alternative sound to his sets at the likes of The Love Parade, Hollywood Bowl, Gatecrasher or on Radio 1’s Essential Mix.
NICO DE CEGLIA
And talking of Radio 1, Nico is the man who Pete Tong employs to source underground music for him, so he certainly knows his onions. He’s also found behind the decks everywhere from The End and Turnmills in London to all the hottest parties in his native Italy, not to mention at his three-years-young Codex parties.
54 Commercial Street, London E1
10pm - 6am
£5 before midnight /£10