Erol Alkan, Aeroplane and Dave Clarke are amongst the guests appearing at Bugged Out's agency bash at London's Coronet next month.
Decked Out was founded back at the turn of the millenium after Bugged Out's promoters noticed that plenty of their regular guests were embarking on full-scale musical careers without the aid of proper artist representation. The decision seems to have paid off: The electro-house sound that the club has become associated with is now one of the dominating forces in the international dance music sphere. The forthcoming anniversary bash on Friday 5th February will act as a showcase of some of the agency's premier talent, with Martje Kremers—Decked Out's primary agent—offering up the majority of her roster for the party.
Ardent Bugged Out fans may have seen plenty of the line-up play already, but the agency have decided to differentiate this event somewhat, asking nearly all of the guests to either team up or play specially themed sets. Erol Alkan and Justice's Xavier Du Rosnay will no doubt court a heaving dance floor for their tag-team set, with Brodinski and Feadz also set to go back-to-back.
The main room will also see Dave Clarke demonstrate his comprehensive knowledge of electro, Italian duo Crookers will play techno and Ed Banger boss Busy P will revisit his homeland's classic house sound with a French Touch set, while Boys Noize and DJ Mehdi will both play vinyl-only sets. The Glimmers, Aeroplane and The Bloody Beetroots' Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo will round off the jam-packed bill in room one, with Headman, JoJo De Freq, Midfield General, Justin Robertson, Mickey Moonlight and Rory Phillips all taking to the decks in the Coronet's second room. As an added bonus, every DJ involved will be giving their performance fees towards the local Kids Company charity.