Line-up /Oscar Mulero, Zebra Katz (live), Hannah Holland, JoJo De Freq, Warboy, Inigo Surio, Raphael Mello, Joe Robots, Jay Tempest, Bruno Basso, Bruno Balbino, Josh Caffe, Nightlife In London
What better way for Egg London's forward-thinking party Heroes to celebrate its birthday than with a huge Futuristic Ball!
In just over a year this monthly night, headed up by DJ/ Promoter Jim Warboy, has gone from strength to strength. It brings together some of the most cutting edge dance music and performances from international stars alongside London's rising DJs and leaders in fashion and creative arts.
This is your chance to take a look into the future. It's outrageous, stylish, and will make you move. You'll never look back.
GUEST DJS OVER THE PAST YEAR:
Kenny Larkin, Sébastien Léger, Butch, Format B, Christian Smith, Gregor Tresher, Marc Romboy, Uner, Kaiser Disco, Oscar Mulero, Ramon Tapia, Patrick Chardronnet, Ida Engberg, Marc Marzenit, Coyu, Deepgroove, Smokin Jo, Bloody Mary, Solo, Willie Graff, Honey Dijon, Lottie, Kink, Shadow Child, Reset Robot, Alexander Fog, Hannah Holland, JoJo De Freq
Oscar Mulero's DJ career has been as prolific and long lasting as the development of dance music. As a key figure in this evolution, Oscar has always absorbed new trends and kept his finger on the pulse of electronic dance music, from the end of the 80's right up to the present day. It is impossible to understand the phenomenon of this DJ in Spain without taking into account his tireless work behind the decks for more than a decade. New World sessions were soon all the rave and Oscar entered the studio for the first time to collaborate in the making of the club's official record, Nuclear Zone. His was a backseat involvement, more as a sound advisor than as a producer. It wasn't until later on that producing and deejaying became his livelihood. The record went on sale in 1993 and was quite a success, going on to get included in many of the national compilations of the time.
Fresh on the scene and he's already taken the fashion and hip hop worlds by storm! Pulling from a multimedia and performance art background, Zebra Katz brings a slo-mo dark delivery to his rhymes, which are set over a minimal, unencumbered beat on his highly acclaimed first single "IMA READ" (Mad Decent/Jeffrrees). "IMA READ" was heralded as the "Official Song of Paris Fashion Week" after Rick Owens personally chose it to score his Fall/Winter Womenswear runway show. Since its release three months ago, the hauntingly sexy video has been viewed on YouTube a half a million times (as of May 1 2012) and ZK has been featured in the NYTimes' New Music and Fashion and Style sections, Pitchfork, Vogue, Interview Magazine, and myriad other magazines and blogs.