Bruno Pronsato, Adam Marshall and jozif have also been billed for our yuletide bash.
This holiday season, as carols, garish sweaters and themed TV adverts begin to take their toll, RA will be there to help: we're throwing another Christmas party, this time at The CAMP in Shoreditch.
2010 was a big year for RA's events, with parties scattered around Ibiza, New York, Sao Paulo and Amsterdam to name just a few. Our Christmas bash should wrap it all up nicely, with a bill headlined by one of house music's most mysterious figures: Parisian DJ and producer Pepe Bradock. He'll be joined by recent RA podcaster Bruno Pronsato, who will help the party get weird with one of his signature ultra-deep live sets. Canadian jock Adam Marshall will lay down some modern house grooves, and local artist jozif will provide a sultry opening set. For a limited time, RA readers can get an early Xmas present—£5 early bird tickets—right here on RA.
But before you get your rave trainers on, there will be a free interactive workshop upstairs for any aspiring DJs and producers. Folks from Ableton and Serato will be presenting The Bridge, new software that "bridges the gap between production and DJing." Learn more about The Bridge here.
That will run for two hours from 7:30, and the party proper starts in the basement at 10:00.