Were not cool (Ministry of Sound, Bugged out, Trailer Trash) and TINAR residents: Not Shy (Calling all tribes) / Nic Liu (Love International) / Pressplay (Our House)
Fri 16th Oct
Oh - that was a long walk! After all that wandering around, TINAR has found a new home... and its got a function 1 sound system.
TINAR @ Horse + Groom
Showcase: We're not cool (Ministry of Sound, Bugged out, Trailer Trash)
Were Not Cool http://www.myspace.com/wearenotcool81
From his earliest days We’re Not Cool! aka Mark Allain has been digging in crates and listening to records. Mark has quickly become associated with some of the coolest sounds, artists and venues of the underground scene in London. Taking place across the main and back rooms of Old Street’s 333, The Key, Ministry of Sound, Turnmills, The Egg, Play Bar, Living rooms and JAMM.
Mark’s sets at ‘On the Rocks’ for Trailer Trash, Ministry of Sound ‘Saturday Sessions’ and Club Aquarium’s Red Light + Wet Yourself, along with a DJ competition win with Bugged Out! See him rock the dancefloor at venues all over London.
“For me the TUNES have got to make the dance floor go crazy otherwise there’s no point?”
Were looking forward to Mark blowing the roof off the Horse!!!
‘This is not a Rave!’ residents:
After a few years out of the game, Not Shy has exploded back onto scene with his unique blend of booty shaking bassline house and fidget bangers has seen him play at some of the freshest Electro nights this year. Recently spinning at Calling All Tribes (resident), Between the Cracks, Sick! and Trailer Trash with names such as Riotous Rockers, Jnr J, Kanio, Buster B and Warboy. Expect a skillful mix of some of the most upfront and raw tunes that will make dance 'til your feet blister.
When not busy promoting record label Love International (www.lov-in.com) or spinning out under his alias 'ohliuliu' with partner Yang-Yang, Nic likes to play house, groovy techno and disco. His label efforts have seen a signing to Word and Sound distribution, so look out his first releases on Love International in the coming months. On the Dj front he has been playing a far a field as Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. More recent gigs have seen him at the Dalston Superstore, Egg, Always Fridays + Mixmag parties as well as grace the decks at London’s coolest techno party Wet Yourself @ Fabric.
When not messing about in his studio doing reworks and edits, Pressplay likes to do the odd mash up dj set. He’s a die hard indie fan turned to the dark side of electro-dance music. With influences from Fidget, Indie and Electro expect the unexpected and get ready to dance. Did he just drop an indie-remix?!