103 New Oxford Street
London WC1A 1DD
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Ticket sales have ended
All Advance tickets have sold out, apart from the "After 3AM Entrance Only" tickets
There will be 100 tickets for sale on the door, at the price of £55.... but best to get there early!
Please avoid purchasing second hand tickets from unknown sources, please note that e-tickets can be printed multiple times but this does not allow multiple entries to the event. Wiggle will scan all tickets and only the first ticket to be presented for scanning on the day will be valid. Multiple tickets that have already been scanned by our system will not be accepted and will NOT guarantee entry. Be aware that those selling tickets may have re-sold the same e-ticket multiple times, however only one copy of that ticket will be valid on the day.
However, if a friend is no longer able to go, or you are buying your second hand ticket from a 100% trustworthy source that you are confident is not selling multiple versions of the same ticket, then you should have no trouble gaining entry to the event using their ticket, but you will need a photo copy of the credit /debit card that they purchased the ticket with as proof.
We are over excited to announce our next 2012 NYE floor warper, back 385 feet above London at Paramount, on the 31st floor of the Centre Point sky scraper. We're giving away a free drink to every advance ticket holder, that arrives before 11pm and we're opening up the doors at 9.30pm so everyone has enough time to get in and ready for midnight. Add all this to the fact that you can get a bus, train and tube for free right up to the front door of the venue, jump straight into Europe's fastest lift to the 31st floor and before you know it.. you'll be as high as a kite and up there with the fireworks that'll be lighting up London's skyline on the night.
Early birds sold out twice as fast as last year, as did the £30 tickets and there's Only 50 Advance tickets left now..... So don't hang about!!!
To help see in the New Year, along with our trusted residents we have so far enlisted the skills of the Marvellous Mr.
Prepossessing the ability to effortlessly maneuver through the realms of house and techno, as dawn breaks over 2012 the many facets of Tim Green’s production dexterity is casting reflections in innumerable directions, illuminating a musical and thought-induced excursion on which the 27-year old is embarking.
Experimenting across the spectrum of electronic music, whether putting out reverberating minimal techno of Amnesia peak-time kind-of-measures, or sprinkling some of that unmistakeable TG charm over productions of popular appeal, his work is stamped by ingenuity, fearlessness and fun – which also granted him the ‘Best Breakthrough Producer’ award at DJ Mag’s Best of British in 2010.
After fully bursting onto the scene in 2008 with modern classics ‘Revox’ and ‘Mr Dry’ snapped up by highly-revered Dirtybird and Trapez Records respectively, and picking up support from top players such as Sven Vath, Richie Hawtin and Luciano along the way, Tim swiftly catapulted himself into the upper echelons of the techno hierarchy. A string of high profile releases followed in short succession adding Cocoon, Get Physical, Saved & Four:Twenty to an already impressive back catalogue, as well as remixes for XL Records, Sci+Tec, Moshi Moshi and Souvenir.
With an idiosyncratic groove and off-kilter cheekiness his sound has seen him tour the electronic bastions of the world, including Space - Ibiza, Womb - Tokyo, Fabric - London, Sankeys - Manchester, Watergate - Berlin, D-edge - Sao Paulo, Electric Pickle - Miami, WHP - Manchester, Bestival - Isle Of White, SW4 Festival - London, Zouk - Singapore, Rex Club - Paris. As we are heading into 2012 Tim makes a welcomed return to his underground roots, captivating crowds in more intimate yet discerning settings, along with heading up his own night Bedlam, which is currently on everyone’s lips.
On the production side of things 2012 is already looking like another stella year with with a dark and twisted remix of Sacha Robotti ft Qzen's Fotograf on Klasse Recordings and, following on from last year's ‘In Love EP’ on Get Physical, he has teamed up with Robert Dietz & Audiofly for a remix package due for release in April. This summer will see him return once more to Cocoon to release the outstanding ‘Curious Smile’ release, plus an EP for Get Physical and remixes for Supernature & Oh Yeah Records, as well as his much anticipated debut artist album.
If taking into consideration the achievements Tim has reached in the span of merely four years, it is a gathered electronic community that awaits his next move, Where to next?
Since moving to London in 2004, Philipp has worked in various studios on different musical projects. Next to his DJ sets in the USA, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Norway, Greece, Latvia and Poland, Philipp Ort played at several popular clubs in London such as Fabric London, Cargo, Cable Club, Rhythm Factory, Herbal, Aquarium and a few warehouse parties, as well as at his own monthly label nights.
In Summer 2008 Philipp setup his own record label Black&White Orange Records (www.bworecords.com) and in 2010 Philipp Ort has been signed to Resopal Schallware in Berlin and soon after successfully released several original tracks and remixes on labels such as Roots & Wings Music, Wiggle Records, Natural Rhythm, Inmotion Music, Global Underground, Cubism, Talk Musique, Alive Recordings, Kote Records, Draft, Tanzbar Digital, Blackrose Records and various others.
In 2011, Philipp Ort setup his second record label Pins and Needles (www.pinsandneedlesrec.com) which is concentrating more on the deep and groovy side of House and Techno music and is releasing music of several talented artists world wide on vinyl and digital.
Philipp Ort's House/Techno music is original, upfront, of high quality and most of all very recognisable.
Advance tickets £30 - £45
Paramount - Centre Point
101-103 New Oxford Street
London WC1 1DD
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