Wiggle with Mark Henning, Eddie Richards, Nathan Coles, Corrie photo gallery
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Last 35 Advance tickets left now and they will be available until 7pm tomorrow (If not sold out before) There will then be 100 tickets on the door, on a first come first served basis.
Wiggle is back in action on November the 16th and with a lovely new venue up it's sleeve! With two rooms to get down in, reasonably priced drinks and located in East London.. Dukes is perfect for a messy Wiggle knee's up! After a pretty decent summer (by English standards anyway), it's time to shake a leg or three again and do what we do best. Space is limited on this one and we only have 350 tickets available and this party is definitely gonna sell out. We've pulled out all the stops with our special guests for the night and we're very happy to announce.
London's Mark Henning has risen up as one of the underground's true players - recording for a volley of international house & techno labels. Born to English and German parents, he has spent most of his life in England, though has never forgotten his German roots and is now firmly settled in Berlin. Since quitting his city job in 2007 he's been nominated for a DJ Mag award, toured all over the world, released an album and countless well-received and heavily supported EPs and remixes.
With an ever increasing following over the years, Mark has established himself as a consistent producer of quality underground house and techno having released music on well-regarded labels such as Cityfox, Soma, Freude am Tanzen and Hypercolour. Additionally, his tracks has been licensed to Cocoon, Bugged Out, Fabric, M-nus and Watergate compilations amongst others. His sound sits somewhere between house and techno, with a healthy dose of darkness, swing and funk.
Mark has proven himself as a great live act and versatile DJ, being equally comfortable playing deep morning sets as well as peak time slots. He has performed at clubs such as Fabric, Panorama Bar, Watergate, Rex, Space, Lux and The Arches to name just a few, as well as the festivals T In The Park, Rockness, BPM, Fusion and Portugal’s Boom.
For some 20 years now the name ‘Corrie’ has been synonymous with quality dance music. He has always sought out differences, melting influence and style into a unique sound that has seen him acclaimed as one of most exciting pioneers of British Tech house. Heavily involved in electronic music from a very young age, this Italian export was born to spin. At 12 years old Corrie was sneaking into clubs in his native Italy, experimenting with decks and cassette players to the sound of Giorgio Moroder, Gino Soccio and European disco.
On moving to London in 1985 to work as a fashion designer, Corrie quickly established himself on the capital’s nightclub scene and in 1987 he had his first Dj break at his own club night “Roma”, frequented by London's stalwarts such as Jean Paul Gaultier and the late Leigh Bowery. Beginning as a fun night, a cult club emerged, cutting edge music and eccentric antics of the crowd made it unique. But it was in 1989 with the explosion of Acid House when he decided to seriously pursue his passion for djing, joining the Sunrise crew playing at big raves out in the countryside and illegal parties in the capital. The early 90’s brought a residency at Labyrinth, the infamous ‘Rave’ set on 4 levels: a magnificent 'warehouse - type' club in Dalston. Many young djs made their name here, the most popular Corrie for his much anticipated closing set, establishing himself as an upcoming talent on the house and techno scene.
Throughout the nineties, he managed to build up a solid reputation in his own right playing at top venues around Europe and US including Tresor (Berlin), E-Werk (Berlin), Ptuch (Moscow), Twilo (New York), Roxy (Prague), Guvernment (Toronto), The Cave Club (Salzburg), Turnmills, Heaven, The End (London), his own transatlantic Fix nights (USA, Canada, Holland, Uk), MTV, a European tour as support DJ with trip hop queen Nicolette and in the new millennium his regular guest slots at Fabric (London), music conferences, festivals and at some of the most prestigious clubs around the globe. His sound: a unique mixture of moving and absorbing grooves, often fusing different genres and musical styles.
His first own production dates back from 1994, delivering three singles for No Easy Love Records, three singles for Zoom Records under the name of Aquanauts, one mixed cd and various remix works, to mention in particular Apollo 440's UK top 40 hit 'Raw power'. More productions include releases on Sony Music, Fabric, Trapez, Wiggle, Attary, Don't Sleep Worldwide, Arjaus, Presslab, 4Kenzo, Unlock, Evasive, Bosh, Acilectro to mention a few and projects under the names of Sambal along with Beloved's Jon Marsh.
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