Line-up /Lasermagnetic residents Neil Thornton & Johnny Hiller
Simon Lee (Faze Action) & Ali Tillet (Warm)
Lasermagnetic are very pleased to announce the details of their October monthly residency at The T Bar in Shoreditch which many party people rate as East Londons premier dance spot with its awesome Funktion 1 sound, cutting edge music policy (just look who has played there!) and who else do you know who offers a free entry policy. Joining us tonight are Disco legends Faze Action who are just about to drop the monster in the making E.P Disco Warrior which the boys cite as the unofficial Lasermagnetic Anthem after the response when it was dropped at the Lasermagnetic Summer party.
Its been a crazy non stop summer for the Neil & Johnny spreading their magnetic madness further a field with nights in Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin and not forgetting their London nights and crazy one off marathon bank holiday events and the T Bar should be just perfect for Laser Magnetic's crazy disco with the fantastic sound system and a`crowd who just loves to dance all night.
Musically Neil Thornton & Johnny 'Chingas' Hiller who will be playing 5hrs b2b and will be bringing the trademark magnetic sound for which they have built such a great reputation for embracing from all things disco to electronic deepness with a anything goes ethos (as long as it sound good!) from cosmic via italo and proto house disco numbers right through to the current deeper nuggets from the Berlin/Chicago/Norway school it certainly is going to be one hell of party!
Brothers Simon and Robin Lee have produced disco and afro influenced house/broken beat since the early 90s. Very much like the Idjuts, Faze action were considered the driving forces behind the now global nu-disco movement.
‘In the Trees’, which has just been re-released with a remix by Carl Craig, is considered one of the seminal nu disco records in history…’an art-disco percussadelic symphony of tremor-rendous timpani and melodramatic violas, violins and cellos …invoking the early eighties New York underground spirits of both Talking Heads’ art school funk and the electronic disco of Francois K. Faze Action are back in the disco this year with two great releases and are dropping the seminal disco monster ' Disco Warrior' which the likes of Rub N Tug' are caning to death.