Archive for August 20, 2009

AREA London – Two Massvie Bank Holiday parties+Free Tickets

Posted in *Contest, *Free Tickets, Events, News, Promotions on August 20, 2009 by dk

We have 2 pairs of tickets to give away for both events
–If you want to get the chance to win please drop us a mail to
(extramusicnew[at]gmail[dot]com)
with the subject Renegade Hardware or DUB4LIFE
Winners will be notified by mail!

AREA in Vauxhall is the best new place to go for a top-notch night of electronic music. Why would club brands like Mulletover, Bugged Out and the Space Ibiza World Tour drop by for events otherwise? The refurbed venue is now a leading edge, three roomed attack on your clubbing senses. There’s a laser ceiling with 30 lasers, over 750 LEDs slotted into a matrix above the main dance floor, 5 bars and a crisp sound system.
There are two massive – like actually massive, near carnival size – parties lined-up over the Bank Holiday weekend: both have big bass ambitions and both are set to put that 100k sound system to a ribcage rattling good use.

The first, Renegade Hardware on Saturday 29th, is a veritable deebee orgy with over 25 d&b acts on show. Some have earned their reputations as the genre’s finest proponents – Goldie, Doc Scott, Friction, Ed Rush – and some are upcoming starlets you’ll be thrilled to get to know. Either way, there will be three rooms offering every conceivable type of drum and bass riddim from the dubby minimal stuff, to the jump-up razor edged stuff, though some funky old school shit. Of course, there are a host of MCs appearing on the night, all with the aim of getting you fired up.
When this lot are set loose into the futuristic AREA venue, it’s sure to go off; you’re sure to get lost in sound, lost in light, and lost in the moment of one of 2009’s biggest &B events.

The second Bank Holiday bonanza is no less raucous but heads down a more Calypso inspired path than the first, with reggae and dancehall undertones informing the UK bass of this DUB4LIFE party on Sunday 30th.
The main room will be titled ‘A History of Dub’ and charges some of the finest urban DJs and promoters with providing that history. Caspa knows how to party and does so everywhere from Fabric to Exit fest, all the while crafting party dubstep like no other; Hatcha regularly spins on the country’s best dubstep radio station, Rinse FM, along with Chefal, and Ramadanman will provide some heavy low frequencies and totally blur the lines between a host of genres.
On top of all that room 2 is hosted by Anti-Social and room 3 serves up some Brazilian & Latin carnival beats, so… Get ready to skank your way though the urban soundscapes that will fill AREA this Bank Holiday; get ready to join the lasers in slicing up the dance floor and get ready to show indulge your love for dub with a bunch of like minded monsters.

http://www.areaclublondon.com/

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