Man make music DJs
universal vibes presents:
Universal Vibes returns to the Lockside Lounge, our favourite Camden haunt for another freestyle excursion of eclectic beats and treats, sounds good?
For this event we are teaming up with East London party starters, Man Make Music who stormed it at one of our previous events....
Since late 2006 Man Make Music have cultivated their name as one the hottest up-and-coming party promo brands in London. After a series of road blocked events in London's East End (from Unit 7 to Corsica Studios), legendary illegal warehouse raves in Hackney Wick and the unique daytime Block Party in the middle of Shoreditch, it wasn't long before promoters from London's most stablished haunts were taking serious note of MMM's electric broad-spectrumed bass parties.
As DJs themselves, the MMM lads (Sketchy, Another Amit & Noel Mas) have previously supported acts like RPR Soundsystem, Clive Henry, and Sebo K to name a few - blending together bouncy techno with chunkier, wobblier 4/4 music to great effect. As promoters they've booked such notables as Mala (Digital Mystikz), Plastician, Nathan Fake, Justin Martin, Petter, MJ Cole and Radioclit to play in some of the most unique party spaces in London.
MMM has always kept an open mind when it comes to musical programming and feel proud to have showcased the best from a broad spectrum of bass heavy dance music genres, delivering quality, cutting-edge bookings that crowds go mad for.
also lining up for this are TACTiLE residents, Tomas and IKO. their TACTiLE parties in East London basements and South London boozers push a distinctive blend of the best elements of house, techno, dubstep and UK funky and have featured guests such as Cooly G, Panagea, Ben UFO and the Vangelis
and of course no universal vibes event would be complete without head honcho paddy freeform taking the controls, frequently described as one of 'London's hardest working DJs' His Universal Vibes compilation has been released to critical acclaim, awarded Compilation of the Month in DJ mag, label of the month in April's IDJ and picking up serious props across the board. Paddy has been tipped as 'one to watch' in 2009....
sounds good? you better believe it!