eatseverything

Eats Everything Joins DJ Mag for Best of British Awards 2018

Phase 1 Announcement has been released.

One of the best nights of the year at Egg LDN, where all the music industry and fans come together to celebrate the ‘Best Of British’ talent from 2018 including best labels, DJs, clubs, events, festivals and with many more acts to be announced over three rooms.

Taking place on Thursday 13th December, DJ Mag, brings its annual awards ceremony to London’s super club. Names announced for phase 1 include: Eats Everything, Breakwave, Abode resident, Ellie Cocks, Jamz Supernova, Manchester’s Mason Maynard plus loads more still to be unveiled, including some very special guests.BOB 2018Voting for the Best Of British Awards is underway, Get voting below.

www.bestofbritish.djmag.com

time warp-Brazil

Time Warp Celebrates An Incredible Brazil Debut

With over 18,000 party people in the heart of São Paolo.

Across two nights, more than 18,000 dancers descended on Sao Paolo for Time Warp’s first ever festival foray in Brazil.

Nina Kraviz, Amelie Lens, DJ Sneak, The Martinez Brothers, Derrick Carter and more brought melodic grooves and magic moments to the new, Latin American edition of the world renowned techno marathon.time warpAcross Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd November, Time Warp made it’s Brazil debut, presenting a melting pot of techno house and deep hypnotic grooves from world revered DJs in a brand new, Latin American setting.

Over 18,000 party people from across 14 countries came to dance, and experience the incredible energy on the dancefloor, with jaw dropping production from local partner Entourage – working with Cosmopop to combine music, lights and technology for a magical Time Warp in Brazil.

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In true Time Warp style, an all-star cast of international heavyweights and local talents sound-tracked the techno marathon’s premiere Sao Paolo outing, from late night through sunrise.

Friday night saw Amelie Lens’ making her Brazil debut, while Nina Kraviz tore it up with her signature acid slammers and Joseph Capriati closing set of the main floor.time warp-2128The main floor transformed into the much loved “Cave 2.0” – with it’s a special low hanging mesh on the ceiling and hundreds of glimmering lights mesmerising dancers.

Local support came from the talented L_Cio, Barbara Boing, Carrot Green, Valesuchi and Vermelho. Spinning outdoors against the stunning Sao Paolo skyline were house legends Derrick Carter and DJ Sneak, plus Barnt, Gui Boratto, Kolsch and the legends the Martinez Brothers.time warp-3125Following a brief storm on Saturday evening, the show did go on – wind and rain couldn’t stop the party. Sven Vath, Maceo Plex, Ilario Allicante and DJ ANNA spun through the night, Bringing proceedings to an truly epic, close at 10:00am on Sunday morning – in true Time Warp style.

Time Warp have proven once again: music is a universal language and the truth is on the dancefloor. Mission accomplished!

Pete Tong

Pete Tong Invites La Fleur and Themba for Friday’s at Egg

Pete returns with a troop of handpicked artists to soundtrack the club’s All Gone Pete Tong session.

Pete Tong needs little introduction. A household name in dance music, the British broadcaster and DJ has been around for over 20 years as the voice and ambassador of BBC Radio 1’s dance music programme.

A legendary tastemaker responsible for giving new talent a platform to showcase their sounds, Pete returns with a troop of handpicked artists to soundtrack the club’s All Gone Pete Tong session at London’s Egg Club on Friday 7th December.la fleurHaving played a slew of prolific shows over the last few months covering Output, ADE, Pacha Ibiza and Watergate amongst many others, there is no denying that Swedish selector La Fleur has made an impressionable mark on the European soundscape.

Releases on Watergate Records, Truesoul and Last Night on Earth have showcased her rich melodic sound to a tee, whilst a number of established artists have shown support for her counting Ida Engberg, Laurent Garnier, B.Traits and more.ThembaAfter making a name for himself in Ibiza this summer with a residency at Hï, South African native Themba is on the cusp of a meteoric rise in his DJ and production career.

Since the debut release of his ‘Paliva EP’ on Knee Deep in Sound, support for the newcomer has come pouring in from the likes of Black Coffee, Adam Beyer and Hot Since 82 to name a few.AGPT at EGGMerging the sounds of an established UK pioneer with two rising artists from Stockholm and South Africa, December’s instalment of AGPT is set to be one of the highlights from 2018’s agenda at the club.

Tickets are available via the Egg website or you can go to the event page here. For table bookings contact: reservations@egglondon.co.uk.

boris & ann clue

Boris Brejcha and Ann Clue Extended Set Changed to Bankside Vaults Venue

Boris Brejcha returns to London for a special extended B2B set with his F*cking Serious affiliate, Ann Clue.

Whether it’s a ‘F*cking Serious’ showcase or an extended set from Boris Brejcha alone, every time the German producer comes to the club he never disappoints. And on Friday 16th November at the changed venue to London’s Bankside Vaults, we will bare witness him in action. boris brejchaInventor of the ‘high tech minimal’ genre, Brejcha’s discography and sonic library bounces from breakbeat, ambient, electro and techno, ensuring an unpredictable experience from the get-go.

With a fondness for minimalistic percussion, Brejcha is a leading artist on the European dance music soundscape with stints covering Istanbul, Russia, Belgium, Athens and lots more almost every weekend.Ann ClueThe manager who took Brejcha from an unknown to his current stature, Ann Clue is another founding member of the F*cking Serious family and the one responsible for their label parties.

Whether collaborating with Brejcha, like on their trippy ‘Acid Attack’, or producing alone, as on the beautifully trancey ‘Conscious’, she brings a deeper spin to the label’s output.

Together, Brejcha and Clue headline the night for what’s sure to be a memorable extended B2B at the Bankside Vaults.

Venue Changed: Now moved to Bankside Vaults

  • All tickets purchased prior to the venue change remain valid. 
  • Address / Bankside Vaults, No 1 Invicta Plaza South Bank, London, SE1 9UF.

Final tickets are still available via the Resident Advisor website here.

hideout 2019

Hideout Announce First Names for 2019 Festival

With lineup additions to follow that will blow your mind.

Following its sun-soaked eighth edition that saw thousands of ravers unite on Croatia’s Zrce Beach, Hideout Festival returns for its ninth jam-packed year with a serious selection of artists on board.

Bringing an unbeatable line-up to the Adriatic Coast, there’s royalty from the electronic world and beyond with Bicep, Jamie Jones, Mall Grab, Hannah Wants, Sam Divine, Sonny Fodera, Solardo, Fisher and plenty more soundtracking the affair.hideout festival 2019Between 1st July5th July, the five-day festival will take place on the idyllic Zrce Beach complete with five venues, open air pool parties, main stage sets, an exclusive beach party, boat parties and more!

Limited tickets will be available to registered fans from Tuesday 6th November, with general tickets available to the public on Thursday 8th November. Packages will also be on sale, with accommodation and ticket bundles from just £275. (Packages available here).

Don’t miss out, now is the time to secure your place at this Croatian favourite before tickets and the best packages sell out.hiedout croatia 2017 Year-on-year Hideout Festival sees thousands flocking to the Adriatic shores in search of a fun-fuelled break soundtracked by the best in house, techno, disco, grime, DnB, garage and beyond, with 2019 set to take things to the next level.

Proud to announce a hefty bill of headliners, there’s big room bangers from Belfast dream team and unstoppable duo BICEP. Hot Creations and Paradise boss Jamie Jones returns to Zrce Beach, bringing melodic techno and deep house cuts while you can expect feel-good, uplifting classic house and tech grooves from Hideout favourite, MK.

Plus, don’t miss an incredible show from chart-smashing drum’n’bass collective Rudimental.hideoutAwait hands in the air moments with Maribou State and George Fitzgerald, plus infectious grooves from Horse Meat Disco and dancefloor hero, Skream. Full on party vibes come from Australia’s finest exports – young gun Mall Grab and big room fave, Fischer, with uplifting house and techno from Denney and Krystal Klear. Plus, catch Radio 1 mainstays, Monki and Danny Howard.

For dedicated deep house fans, don’t miss Detlef, and Richy Ahmed – the inimitable Hot Creations hero, both set to bring sounds from the White Isle. Defected’s finest, Sam Divine and Sonny Fodera, make a welcome return, as does global kingpin, Doorly. Clubbing stars Camelphat and Solardo will also bring dancefloor heat and massive drops to Hideout’s 2019 offering.As ever, there’s a heavy offering of chunky beats and bass laced sounds set to shake Hideout to the core – with My Nu Leng, Shy FX, Flava D, Holy Goof, Klose One and none other than Redlight on board. Bassline’s first lady, Hannah Wants, makes a return which is set to be an annual highlight while Paul Woolford is on hand for genre-defying selections, whilst also returning to his junglist roots with a Special Request set.

Old skool jungle and drum’n’bass mayhem comes courtesy of the legendary DJ Hype and Clipz, with Crucast also in tow for low frequency madness, plus jump-up drum’n’bass from Macky Gee and rising talent, Mollie Collins. All the ravers, get set for an education in all that’s epic in Garage and Bass with Matt Jam Lamont’s incredible selections. Last but by no means least, don’t miss breakthrough selectors Alexis, Ben Sterling and Rinse FM’s Emerald.

All this and so many more incredible artists are still yet to be announced and there’s truly something to suit all tastes across the five days and five nights of Hideout Festival 2019.

To be a part of the action, make sure you grab a ticket whilst they’re still available from just £275 + Booking Fee, or spread the cost and place an initial £75 down to secure a space at this not-to-miss festival outing.

With lineup additions to follow that will blow your mind, keep your eyes open for more information.hideout

Travel, Accommodation and Ticket info

Taking full reign over the picturesque Zrce Beach site, there’s three on-site clubs (Papaya, Aquarius and Kalypso) that boast the highest spec sound systems you’ll find in the country, plus secret beach parties, boat parties and more, all taking place within easy walking distance of each other.

A stunning setting, it’s the ideal backdrop for a sun-kissed break meets hands in the air party! Hideout provides a wide range of accommodation / ticket packages that will be on sale soon, with packages starting from £275 + BF. These can also be purchased through Hideout’s website, here.

Otherwise, Pag Island is easily accessible from Zadar / Split / Zagreb / Dubrovnik with flights from London taking under 3 hours so there’s no excuse to miss Hideout 2019.

www.hideoutfestival.com

charlotte de witte

Charlotte De Witte Announced as NYE Special Guest Joining Luigi Madonna, Tobi Neumann

New Year’s Eve will be the culmination of a strong year of the venues developments and musical progression.

Welcoming a range of familiar and new faces to the club from FJAAK, Pan-Pot, Paul Ritch, Alison Wonderland, Jan Blomqvist and Colin Benders and with their consistently strong bookings policy, NYE 2018 is going to be a particularly monumental event for Egg Club this year.Egg NYEReturning to celebrate NYE at Egg LDN with another show-stopping set is their huge Special Guest, Charlotte De Witte, who’s been confidently carving out a reputation as a force to be reckoned with, notching up amongst other things the front cover of DJ Mag, a slew of high profile Festival dates and a debut release on Drumcode.

Surely a testament to where things are heading for this techno superstar in the making, Belgium-based Charlotte is conquering the scene with her blistering sets, one sweaty basement and epic festival stage at a time  having racked up her finest year to date.charlotte de witteJoining Charlotte are our favourite Italian techno stalwarts, Luigi Madonna,Italian techno stalwarts, Luigi Madonna, will return while a newcomer to the club Regal will play his first set which will undoubtedly complement the relentless tones of Charlotte and Luigi.

It wouldn’t be NYE at Egg LDN without Tobi Neumann on the bill and after multiple releases on our in-house WCF imprint, Tobi returns with his engaging sound spanning multiple genres. Manu Gonzalez also returns after one of the busiest periods in his rising career and of course, releases on our WCF label.

Egg LDN residents will be on hand to deliver their own captivating sets with a wide range of beats covering house to dubby techno.

New Year’s Eve 2018 will be the culmination of a strong year of venue developments and musical progression for the team.

 Limited Privilege Tickets Include:

  • Champagne reception
  • Access to VIP-only lounge
  • 3 drink tokens
  • Canapés
  • Separate dedicated Q-jump entrance
  • Separate dedicated cloakroom
  • Free entry for 5th & 6th January

Tickets are available here for table bookings contact: Egg LDN here.

Photo by Fotograafniels.nl | Niels de Vries

Review: Hyte Amsterdam Dance Event 2018

Hyte’s biggest Amsterdam event so far for the Berlin based festival brand.

Hyte returned to its spiritual homeland of Amsterdam on Friday 19th October to celebrate its so far biggest event in the city.

The venue was Loveland’s massive Mediahaven and the event was fully sold out more then three weeks before.

Nearly 4,000 ravers danced across three rooms to the soundtracks for this outstanding night, created by Chris Liebing, Loco Dice, Pan-Pot, Guti, Andrea Oliva, wAFF, Yaya, Benny Rodrigues, Boris Werner, Caleb Calloway, Enzo Siragusa, Samuel Deep, Subb-an, Adam Shelton and Mandana back 2 back with Thabo Getsome.

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All three rooms of Mediahaven were dyed in red colour from the typcial beaming Hyte laser cage when guests arrived at the venue. A seriously music loving crowd came from all over the world to party at this annual Hyte offering.

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This years key design aspects, such as the Moiré patterns which were not only present on the large LED screen made this gathering also a visual Hyte experience.

Acoustic key elements of the night were the sets from Serán Bendecidos head honcho Loco Dice, techno super veteran and new Mute Records signing Chris Liebing, Guti, who celebrated his own birthday on that night and played a phenomenal live set, as well as Second State bosses Pan-Pot. wAFF and Andrea Oliva played an exceptional back to back session, Dutch House legend Benny Rodrigues presented a remarkable performance.Absolutely worth mentioning as well were the sets of Yaya and Caleb Calloway, whose performances stood out for delivering quality selections with skilful mixing.Once again, Hyte has proven its taste to set trends in the underground.

And now, attention turns to Hyte New Year’s Eve marathon in Berlin at Funkhaus with Adam Beyer, Amelie Lens, Chris Liebing, Pan-Pot, Richie Hawtin, Stephan Bodzin and many more.

toolroom at egg dec 2018

Toolroom Hold Final Live Event of 2018 at Egg Club London

The Toolroom boss will be in London to perform the last Toolroom Live show of the year.

It’s been a while since Toolroom took over the club and to mark their return, and on Friday 1st December, label head Mark Knight is back with a troop of artists from the popular imprint.mark knightJoining him will be UK house connoisseur Weiss, who returns with a chunky collection of jackin’ house cuts while Scottish duo, Illyus & Barrientos are set to compliment the wavering tones of Weiss with their signature sound of infectious, peak time beats.

Blending the fine lines between house and techno, London based duo Leftwing:Kody touch down after their recent U.S tour and time well spent in the studio working on upcoming releases for Moonharbour, Truesoul and Sola.

Bristol-based duo, Waifs & Strays join the bill alongside Toolroom affiliates, Tuff London, Wheats, Pete Griffiths and Matt Smallwood. and completing the lineup we welcome the Toolroom Academy DJs, Tenova, Maxine Garman and Mandez.Tickets are available here for table bookings contact: Egg LDN here.

cheapthrills

Cheap Thrills Release 10 Year Anniversary Compilation

Cheap Thrills shows no sign of slowing down.

One of the UK’s most respected and influential labels, Cheap Thrills, marks its 10th anniversary with the release of a double compilation made up of ten classic tracks from the imprint’s back catalogue by the likes of Jack Beats, Rico Tubbs and Project Baseline, alongside 10 brand new and exclusive productions from label favourites including Hervé, Fake Blood, and The Count & Sinden.

Launched by Hervé in 2008, Cheap Thrills quickly became an outlet for high quality club music and a bastion of quality within the genre which has continued to push the envelope as a home for quality and experimental bass-heavy breaks, electro and house ever since. Leading the occasion with ten exclusive productions, it’s clear that this level of quality and attention to detail hasn’t faltered.herveOpening with ‘Babies’, Hervé reminds us why he’s the master of screw-face basslines with the energy turned up to eleven and reinforces this on ‘Heavy’ with Audio Bullys and Marc Spence on ‘To The Sound’. Electro connoisseur Fake Blood returns with ‘Shogun’, layering heavyweight synths with his signature drums which you’d recognise a mile away. The Count of Monte Cristal gives a nod to one of his well-known productions on ‘Cellphone’ featuring Cactus, whilst joining forces with Sinden for a much-anticipated reunion on ‘Dark Days’.

Reprising a selection of label-boss Joshua Harvey’s favourite pseudonyms, we’re then treated to tracks from Bloodline, Boo Shaka and Action Man which bring in flavours of old school rave, glitchy electro, acid techno and everything in-between on ‘Gimme A Beat’, ‘Bass Jam’, and ‘Life Is A Drug That Stops Working’ respectively. Finally, Speakerjunk closes the exclusives side with ‘Just Lose It’ – a twisted, rolling groover which squelches in all the right places and leaves things exactly where the label started in 2008: at the top of the game.the-count-&-sinden“I wanted to celebrate the ten year anniversary with a compilation of 10 old favourites and 10 brand new tracks to give a sense of where we started and where we are now (I like symmetry too!). It’s a bit of a special one because on the new comp we have the return of Fake Blood and The Count and Sinden – it’s taken a lot of effort to pull this one together, but I can’t wait to get it out.” – Hervé

With a decade’s worth of music in their back catalogue, Cheap Thrills can be thanked for signing some of the scene’s biggest game-changers in recent times and the new tracks are complimented by ten classic tracks including Fake Blood’s ‘Mars’ and Jack Beats’ ‘UFO’ on part two of the compilation.

Hervé’s seminal Cheap Thrills leads the way for obvious reasons and is followed up by favourites from Rico Tubbs, His Majesty Andre, Machines Don’t Care, Trevor Loveys, Lone, Kissy Sell Out and Project Bassline.10 YEARS OF CHEAP THRILLSA club-ready release in every respect, Cheap Thrills shows no sign of slowing down and with twenty heavyweight tracks to celebrate ten years at the top, you can be sure that there’s plenty more still to come.

Cheap Thrills – 10 Year Anniversary Compilation

10 Years of Cheap Thrills [Exclusives]

  1. Hervé – Babies
  2. Fake Blood – Shogun
  3. Count of Monte Cristal – Cell Phone
  4. Hervé & Audio Bullys – Heavy
  5. Bloodline – Gimme A Beat
  6. Boo Shaka – Bass Jam
  7. The Count & Sinden – Dark Days
  8. Action Man – Life Is A Drug That Stops Working
  9. Hervé & Marc Spence – To The Sound
  10. Speakerjunk – Just Lose It

10 Years of Cheap Thrills [Classics]

  1. Hervé – Cheap Thrills
  2. Fake Blood – Mars
  3. Machines Don’t Care – Afro Jacker
  4. His Majesty Andre – Peep Thong
  5. Trevor Loveys – Organ Grinder
  6. Jack Beats – UFO
  7. Project Baseline – Drop The Pressure
  8. Rico Tubbs – Hip Rave Anthem
  9. Lone – Pineapple Crush
  10. Hervé & Kissy Sell Out – Rikkalicious

Head over to Beatport.com here to support 10 Years of Cheap Thrills.

Christian Smith

Tronic Showcase With Christian Smith For Hollywood Forever Part 2

Following on from Friday’s fright night with Danny Howard and Max Chapman.

As the full moon sets on this night, Egg London calls all night creatures to come out and party alongside the undead as Halloween madness descends once again for a homage event to the feted ‘Hollywood Forever’ cemetery, the last resting place for many of Tinsel Town’s greatest movie stars, ramped up by an all-star techno and house line up that’s set to unleash the wildest of party spirits. 

Hollywood Forever returns once again on Saturday 27th October to mark Halloween weekend with Tronic boss Christian Smith bringing a troop of artists from his imprint.

hollywood forever p2The Hollywood Forever parties celebrate deceased Hollywood icons with the option to dress up as your favourite dead Hollywood star for a thoroughly different experience held once a year at the club. 

To soundtrack the night, Christian Smith will on be hand to deliver pummelling techno with support from fellow Tronic affiliates, Drunken Kong, who have been consistently active on Tokyo’s electronic scene. A slew of releases on Terminal M, Transmit Recordings and lots more over the last few months has added to the hype building around this Japanese duo. Loco & Jam have played for us many times before and with a strong presence on Tronic, the pair have shared multiple releases and remixes on the label, all of which have been crafted in their signature style of ‘stadium techno’.

Resident Luther Vine rounds off the line-up with a selection of everything from dubby beats to full force techno.

 
Tickets are available here, for table bookings contact Egg directly here.