Got any salmon?
It’s the weekend after Easter: you’ve either guzzled too many eggs or are recovering from a bender that has set your body into meltdown. Well FILTHY Gorgeous are here for you! For those with sticky chocolate scars all over their fingers, we can offer a perfect opportunity to dance away that cocoa-shame. And for those who are claiming, “never again!”… just who are you trying to fool?! We’ve got a party and a half for you, so get right back in the saddle and join us for what is arguably our strongest line-up yet.
As part of The Shamen Mr C catalysed rock and dance music into a blizzard of change with incredible stadium shows that still set the benchmark for today’s live electronic music extravaganzas. Turning his hand to record-label-guru he went on to pioneer underground artists such as Derrick Carter on his own Plink Plonk label. Then in 1996 he opened a club that was to change the face of London clubbing forever. It is unlikely that anyone into London clubbing has not experienced a seminal night out at The End, and as the man behind it, Mr C effectively re-defined the music that we all dance to now – coming up with the term “Tech House”. Not only did he coin the phrase but he continues to raise the bar in its production and delivery. Electronic music at it’s most warped yet wonderful, one thing is guaranteed with Mr C – he never fails to impress.
Joining him on the night is Patrick Zigon, an exceptional talent who is turning heads worldwide with productions on Cocoon and Puzzle Traxx to name but a few. A prolific producer and remixer, Guy Gerber and Gui Boratto are among those to have called upon his talents to provide a fresh perspective on their own work. We are very excited indeed to have secured his name on the line-up, and you’ll understand exactly why if you’ve had a chance to hear his latest mix (link below)
Dean Muhsin (Bearweasel):
Headlining the backroom, which is being hosted by Club Genius & Pete's 50th, is one half of London-based producers Bearweasel – Dean Muhsin. Up and coming on the London scene, with a string of hotly-tipped deep-house productions in their arsenal on labels like Steve Lawlers Viva Music, Supernature, Tsuba & 8-Bit. We continue to source the best in local talent to give you an unrivalled night of musical excellence.
We have been staggered into humility by the reaction to the last two parties – amazing atmospheres and the best crowds you could hope for at each one. If you’ve missed out then you must either be an unwelcome, unsavoury type… and if not , then you NEED to come and get a piece of the action!
Follow your head on April 18th and you’ll find yourself at The Lightbox, it’s certainly no day for being a sheep…
Mr C: recently recorded for New York party 'Save The Canibals' podcast: http://www.savethecannibals.com/podcast/savethecannibals_11.mp3
Patrick Zigon: http://www.divshare.com/download/6101042-57f
Fg Resident Jamie Gittins: http://www.zshare.net/audio/5813246650171261