Will Saul, Mowgli, DEKKER, JOHN & ON, SNAP ANT, STEVE BLISS
It's our 3rd birthday!!
...and to celebrate, we have a 4AM licence and a hum dinging line-up over two rooms...
Lets get straight down to business....
WILL SAUL - one of house music's most respected operators and October's DJ Magazine cover star. His two labels, Simple and Aus, have been putting out consistent quality for almost a decade and are currently hotter than ever with a spate of recent and forthcoming releases from the likes of Joy Orbison, Cooly G, Mike Monday & Appleblim. His own production work (both solo and with collaborators Tam Cooper and Mike Monday) has produced deep gems like "Mbira" and the recent stunning remix of The Juan Maclean's "Happy House" on DFA. This is a DJ with a real breadth of knowledge across electronic music and its proto-genres, reflected in his recent, universally acclaimed, triple mix CD in the Balance series: taking in the full spectrum of house, techno and dubstep flavours, its a masterpiece. The chance to see him work his magic live (especially in such an intimate setting) should not be missed.
MOWGLI - on paper there are a lot of similarities between our two stellar headliners, but they come at it from different angles - and that's what makes this line-up so exciting. Michele Savasta (aka Mowgli) also runs his own highly respected label (Deadfish) which has been churning out massive releases from white-hot producers like Solo, Round Table Knights, Camel and Zombie Disco Squad. He too is a producer and remixer du jour (massive props for his work from Brodinski, Style of Eye, DJ Hell, Crookers, etc). He too runs the gamut of house and techno in his lauded, highly technical DJ sets. But whilst Will Saul is all about the deep, melodic grooves, Mowgli's ethos is firmly rooted in the party. This is techno-hop on steroids, and ketamin. Your hands should prepare for the air.
Support across two floors comes from an incredible bevy of talent: basement residents DEKKER and JOHN & ON will be keeping things on lock with booty-techno, acid and good vibes, whilst upstairs welcomes the return of Ninja Tune's SNAP ANT who blew our minds two months ago with an incredible musical journey through, hip hop, pop music, psych rock and everything else good in between.
Joining Mr Ant and resident genius and Zuul-merchant STEVE BLISS, are our friends FLEXMASTER of Catskills Records and MARCUS HARRIS and MATT FEAR from great parties White Heat and Moored in Miami, respectively.
This promises to be the best Apocalypso yet, and an incredible musical experiment to boot.
And we're keeping it at the standard £5 cover charge for the whole night!