Friday, 12 August 2011

eastern electrics
August Bank Holiday
Sunday 28th August
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse
mulletover :: Maya Jane Coles / Robert Dietz / Simon Baker / Richy Ahmed

Made to Play :: Jesse Rose / Riva Starr / Renaissance Man / Zombie Disco Squad
Reprise :: Paul Woolford / Dark Sky / Icicle (live) / T. Williams / Monki / Seams (live)


Maya Jane Coles – Essential Mix – 09-07-2011

eastern electrics

August Bank Holiday

Sunday 28th August

Great Suffolk Street Warehouse

:: eastern electrics August goes HEAVYWEIGHT

:: Jessie Rose, Renaissance Man, Dark Sky, Icicle, Monki added to lineup

The countdown has begun. eastern electrics is coming – and it’s going to be LOUD! Are you ready?
Taking over the capital three times a year, London’s favourite noise brigade eastern electrics showcases the biggest and most exciting upcoming sounds of the underground. And this August bank holiday is no different, as the ee crew sends Great Suffolk Street Warehouse into a frenzy with a powerful lineup.

eastern electrics on Sunday August 28th 2011 is going to be intense: a monster – and one hell of a party. And this time they’ve brought big names and fresh blood to join in the fun…

mulletover adds Richy Ahmed, one of the frontrunners in the evolving nu-school house scene, to its lineup, having already announced Robert Dietz and Simon Baker.
Hot Natured resident and hotly tipped house revolutionary, Richy Ahmed has been making a name for himself over the last couple of years – and his hard work and leftfield approach during the current house renaissance is paying off, as demonstrated by the hype surrounding his recent release ‘Suck It’. His star is rising – fast – as he takes house music production into new territory, fusing a deep understanding of ‘90s hip hop with a grooving house sound that incorporates techno, disco and funk, and takes in Chicago house along the way.
And the mulletover maniacs have also lined up a very special guest soon to be announced. Hold TIGHT!
One of the most exciting labels in house music at the moment, Made to Play take their lineup for August 28th to new heights, adding Jesse Rose and Renaissance Man to the already star-studded mix that includes Riva Starr and Zombie Disco Squad.

The Made to Play daddy-o, Berlin-based label founder and DJ Jesse Rose has carved a name for himself as one of house music’s leading lights, as adept at spotting and nurturing new talent as he is at exploring new avenues in house music production. His skewed house sound is deep and all-encompassing – Jesse Rose has a unique ability to take a genre and reimagine it, spotting something missing in a scene, and giving it a new twist. Deep, minimal, tech and heavy, Jesse Rose’s sound is almost impossible to define. Expect the unexpected…
Remix masterminds and Made to Play favourites, Renaissance Man is a duo whose inspiration comes from “the arts, science, sports, languages, funk and techno”. Their ethos is about evolution – their remixes are more like rebirths (and they’ve remixed for the likes of Crystal Fighters, Delphic, Brodinski & Noob) and their own house productions are out of this world.
London-based agency Reprise has firmly planted itself at the cutting-edge of the bass sound. Known for nurturing talent it to its full potential, Reprise has an impressive roster, and this August bank holiday they’re bringing the noise, with Dark Sky, Icicle (live), Monki and Seams (live) joining Paul Woolford and T. Williams on the lineup.

Tom Edwards, Matt Benyayer and Carlo Anderson together make up London-based Dark Sky, whose sets and production draws influence from everything from original UK garage through to house, via jungle and disco. Icicle is one of Holland’s most prolific producers, whose drum’n’bass and new dubstep sound is deconstructed yet rousing, with filthy pounding basslines and tech-funk beats. Lucy ‘Monki’ Monkman is a Rinse FM favourite whose excitable and experimental sets have earned her a devoted bass-loving following. And finally, tweakery genius producer James Welch brings Seams out of the bedroom, promising an engaging set of electronic music with heart – intricate and delicate but with a solid bass foundation. The Reprise room is going to be massive!

eastern electrics
August Bank Holiday
Sunday 28th August
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse
mulletover :: Maya Jane Coles / Robert Dietz / Simon Baker / Richy Ahmed

Made to Play :: Jesse Rose / Riva Starr / Renaissance Man / Zombie Disco Squad
Reprise :: Paul Woolford / Dark Sky / Icicle (live) / T. Williams / Monki / Seams (live)

|| Tickets ::
£12.50 2nd Release
£15 3rd Release
£18 4th Release
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Friday, 5 August 2011

FACE Presents MULLETOVER 20th August, The Rainbow, Birmingham

With very special guests...
GEDDES (Mulletover)
SAT 20TH AUG 2011...The Rainbow, 160 Digbeth High St, Digbeth, B'ham, B12 0LD

Across its 3 rooms, FACE is now catering for pretty much EVERYBODY and we’re well excited to be doing what we’re doing. Hope you are too.
So expect to be treated to everything from across the board. Great music in the Courtyard, the Cellar & the bar conveying an uplifting party vibe & a friendly happy atmosphere throughout, which we feel is the most important aspect to any good Saturday night out.

You wanted consistency at The Rainbow. You`ve got it. There`s nobody that wont like this party.

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9pm til 4am £7 adv / £10 door / £5 Students
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**In the Courtyard**
(House / Tech)

With Guests -
GEDDES (Mulletover)
SAMU.L (Cloak n Dagger)

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**In the Cellar**
(Alt / Bass / Hop / Future / Jack)
With TOM SHORTERZ & friends
**In the Bar**
(Everything thats good both past & present)
With Hasselbaink Dj`s & friends
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mulletover & Black Rabbit @ Notting Hill Carnival

Black Rabbit Notting Hill Carnival 2011
Monday 29th August
BLACK RABBIT + MULLETOVER Their infamous carnival parties at the Pelican Pub have now moved to a bigger, better venue – with a garden! The Garden Bar (formally known as The Station) will be host to this years events as the rabbits welcome a HandsOnDecks showcase plus and long overdue Team up with London’s best club night Mulletover as well as announcing a brand new charity ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life’

ADDRESS – 41 Bramley Road, Notting Hill, W10 6SZ
TIME – 2PM – 1AM
COST – Limited £8 early bird / £10 advance / £15 on the door
Guy Williams
Franc Bombard
Clive Henry
More guests TBA

With a newly revamped venue Black Rabbit are taking things to the next level this Notting Hill Carnival throwing a 2-day bender Black Rabbit party and have asked some cracking guests to join in the fun.
 Monday 29th sees the rabbits teaming up with London’s favourite club night Mulletover and their resident and co promoter Geddes leads the way with Black Rabbits Bones and Guy welcoming Horse Meets Discos Severino, D.R.W aka Dan Williams who’s killer track is soon to be released on Jamie Jones Hot Waves label, Jozif who’s releases on Wolf & Lamb and his Electronic underground sound will blow the roof off, DC10 resident and a Black Rabbit favourite Clive Henry and Franck Bombard selections of carnival classics PLUS more guests TBA – now this is something that you don’t get in West London every day!
 Also doing their bit for charity they are announcing a brand new charity at this year’s carnival party. The Foundation Last Night A DJ Saved My Life has been set up to harness the global dance industry and encourage DJs, clubbers, record labels, promoters and fans worldwide to work together to raise awareness and essential funds for a number of international charity partners and good causes.

“We are delighted to be working with the LNADJ Foundation”, says Black Rabbit’s Guy Williams and Kelly Love, “and we will be looking to work very closely with LNADJ to raise some significant funds for charity. With the exciting new venue for this year’s event and with such great names playing, we think this will be the best year yet”
Fundraising plans at the event include a raffle with every ticket brought and bucket collections courtesy of a number of LNADJ ‘angels’ on site and online donations.
 Partygoers are encouraged to go to the to find out more about the Foundation and how to get involved.
This is going to be one hell of a Black Rabbit weekend bender and tickets will be selling like hot cakes so make sure you get yours in advance in ensure entry.