City Zebrano - two floor venue spanning over 6,000 square feet.
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House music in its very best forms will be served up when Perfect Havoc Disco returns to London on Saturday 5 November. Fast gaining a reputation for throwing some of the coolest pop-up parties around the world, Perfect Havoc Disco will touch down in the basement of Zebrano with its trademark line-up of genuine breakthrough talent. DJs appearing on the night include Pete Tong favourite and headline act Kokiri, Swedish nu-disco wunderkinds, Tobtok and Oliver Nelson, DJ / Production outfit Eat More Cake, Kitsuné legends Punks Jump Up, Perfect Havoc label boss Adam Griffin, and ones-to-watch, Osmo, Clear Six and Zander. Tickets are on sale from £12 + bf from http://bit.ly/PHD-Tickets
Also a record label and artist management agency, Perfect Havoc is dedicated to releasing music from the stars of tomorrow, signing hit records to major labels including Ministry of Sound, Atlantic and Polydor. Its success is evident having collectively racked up over 3.5 million streams on Spotify on its label and associated artists. In its short lifetime, Perfect Havoc Disco has been globetrotting to dancefloors as far afield as San Francisco and South Korea where it recently touched down for Owl Festival, as well as on home turf in London at Brixton Jamm and Hoxton Basement. The forthcoming party at Zebrano marks its 5th outing in London, and will showcase the label’s current, in-demand roster, and what a night is in store.
Perfect Havoc welcomes to the ball special guest headliner Kokiri, the man responsible for the massive track ‘Retrospect’ on Ministry that ripped up the Radio 1 airwaves with plays by Pete Tong, Annie Mac and Danny Howard. This summer he teamed up with drum ‘n’ bass legend Adam F and vocalist Rae to produce club banger ‘Harmony’, signed to Danny Howard’s Nothing Else Matters imprint.
First up from the Perfect Havoc label is Swedish-born Tobtok. His unique house and nu-disco production have been released via Kitsuné and Atlantic, and most recently Tobtok signed a long term single deal with Ministry of Sound, which kick started with his Hype Machine #2 single ‘Aber’ – currently boasting a staggering 794,000 plays on Soundcloud. His remix, production, and DJ credits are exhaustive and impressive, with the most recent successes including going Platinum in Australia with his classy take on ‘Fast Car’, remixing ‘Telepathy’ by Christina Aguilera feat. Nile Rogers, releasing his ‘Ibiza 2016’ compilation on Cr2 Records, and playing alongside Avicii at Ushuaia this summer to name just a few.
Fellow Swede, Oliver Nelson, can also do no wrong when it comes to flawless production. His current fan base on Soundcloud alone exceeds 110,000 followers, where his Hype Machine #1 track ‘Changes featuring River’ has clocked over 600,000 plays and 640,000 streams over on Spotify, showcasing his ever-growing popularity. With a headline tour of the USA under his belt and countless remixes, Oliver continues to impress with his latest track ‘Ain’t A Thing Featuring Kaleem Taylor’ (660,000 streams on Spotify) premiered by Mark Knight on the Toolroom Records podcast, his ‘Croatia Poolside 2016’ compilation on Toolroom, and a remix of the tune-of-the-summer ‘Sexual’ by Neiked.
Joining the party is DJ / production outfit, Eat More Cake, who as well as releasing on Toolroom have tackled some credible remixes for Julio Bashmore, Chris Malinchak, and soon to be released, the first official remix for Perfect Havoc’s Oliver Nelson on his latest single ‘Aint A Thing’. Watch out for Eat More Cake’s 'Heat of The Night' and ‘Lonely Shadows’ signed to Perfect Havoc for release in 2017.
Next up is Punks Jump Up, a duo responsible for releasing disco club smashes like ‘Feels Good’, ‘Blockhead’, ‘and Get Down’, gaining fans in Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw. Their latest release 'Coming Back Featuring Javi' was released on Perfect Havoc and has now racked up over 560,000 streams on Spotify, peaking at No. 7 on the UK Viral Spotify Chart.
Perfect Havoc label boss, Adam Griffin, will also spin on the night, applying his skills as an A&R to crafting danceable DJ sets. Always a favourite with crowds at Perfect Havoc Disco, Adam brings an eclectic mix of house music to the floor, seen most recently at the Brixton Jamm relaunch, Kitsuné at The Miranda Club (Ace Hotel) in London, and at the 1015 Folsom in San Francisco at Perfect Havoc Disco.
Further breaking talent on the night comes in the form of Osmo, a DJ and producer born in Uppsala, Sweden, the hometown of Tobtok and Oliver Nelson. His debut track ‘Le Parc’ was premiered by Toolroom and garnered heavy support from the likes of Gigamesh and Timmy Trumpet thanks to its tougher sound. Osmo’s follow up single ‘Take Your Time Feat. Ayelle’, drew further interest from the respected house label, making its way onto Toolroom’s Croatia Poolside compilation and premiered on the label’s podcast. It bagged a no.1 spot on the Fresh Finds Spotify playlist and now has a whopping 800,000 streams!
Newcomer, Clear Six, will also take to the stage at Perfect Havoc Disco. His debut record ‘Sunshine Featuring Curtis T Johns’, was one of the biggest tunes this summer, released on Tough Love’s label Get Twisted (via Columbia Records), and he even found time to remix ‘Changes’ for stablemate, Oliver Nelson. Clear Six follows up with ‘Rescue Me Featuring Dija Bhlue’ on Perfect Havoc, a track already set for big things with an impressive 248,000 streams on Spotify and plays on KISS.
Zander is the latest and youngest signing to Perfect Havoc and completes the line-up for the November event. He started producing at the age of 14 and has had success with his tracks ‘Lonely Knights’ and ‘Through You’ at BBC Introducing Kent; these are to be released as a two-track EP on Perfect Havoc this autumn. Zander will rejoin his follow Perfect Havoc artists after playing alongside them at Kitsuné’s recent London event, proving why he’s a bona fide ‘one-to-watch’ both in the studio and on the dancefloor.
5th November may traditionally celebrate Bonfire Night, but this 5th November 2016 will mark a night to remember when Perfect Havoc Disco blows up the dancefloor with only the best electronic music as its dynamite! Tickets are on sale from £12 – follow this link to buy now http://bit.ly/PHD-Tickets
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