Love Asylum/alter Ego - Bank Holiday Special

  • Venue
    Fluid
    • 40 Charterhouse Street; Farringdon; London EC1M 6JN; United Kingdom
  • Date
    Sat, 29 May 201010:00pm - 4:00am
  • Promoters
    Freespirit PromotionsLove Asylum
  • Attending
    • 1
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    Lineup

    Love Asylum floor: - Rox Maker vs Max Nocerino (Noce) - ROM1 (Unknown fm) - Dany Dakur (Love Asylum) - Anya Freespirit (Love Asylum) - Moussa Clarke - OVENREADY Love Asylum/Alter Ego floor: - Brad Hepburn (Gifted/MOS) - Digi Del (Traffic) - Brads vs Hamza vs Chello (Electric Soup/Virtual Phunk) - Luis Tello (Love Asylum)
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  • Love Asylum is back on its musical journey through London with the next destination on the 29th May – Bank Holiday Saturday, set to be Fluid Bar – popular, split-level late night bar in the heart of Clerkenwell; situated in same street as Farringdon’s top spot - Fabric. Retro vibes paired with an edgy design and huge cocktails make Fluid Bar the perfect Farringdon venue to while away the hours. The venue is designed to offer spaces and has an edgy, downtown feel of a Tokyo nightspot. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Love Asylum, famous for it’s friendly laid back crowd and fairly eclectic electronic music policy have decided to go a step further and offer clubbers even more choice with launching it’s darker side – Alter Ego. Top floor in Fluid will greet you with Love Asylum’s signature dish of electro and prog, while its darker Alter Ego will be lurking downstairs in the basement luring you in with a variation of lighter tec and minimal techno. Old and new Love Asylum DJs will be unleashed on the decks downstairs including: - Brad Hepburn (Gifted/MOS) - Digi Del (Traffic) - Brads vs Hamza vs Chello (Electric Soup/Virtual Phunk) - Luis Tello (Love Asylum) Brad Hepburn is one of the most skilled new DJs on the circuit. Hepburn has burst onto the House scene with a new love for Electronic music that has seen him playing some of London's biggest nightclubs over the past 12 months - Pacha, Ministry of Sound, Dex Club, Herbal and Gigalum to name but a few. Brad is also producing his first track at the moment. Digi Del – DJ and promoter of Traffic event in Exit Bar is also trying his hand at production. Both Bradsk and Hamza had their first taste of London clubbing scene by diving straight into it by previously co-promoting “from Capetown with Love” and “Virtual Phunk” and having played in Inigo, Ministry of Sound and Area alongside both Paul Thomas and Ace Ventura. Luis is a newcomer to London DJ scene have previously played in various clubs in his homeland Spain and have earned his regular spot behind Love Asylum decks pretty much instantly upon his arrival. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Upstairs expect more of regular Love Asylum names and few of the new once: - Rox Maker vs Max Nocerino (Noce) - ROM1 (Unknown fm) - Dany Dakur (Love Asylum) - Anya Freespirit (Love Asylum) Headlining: - MOUSSA CLARKE - OVENREADY Headlining the event, Love Asylum’s "spiritual father" – Moussa Clarke. Moussa Clarke is an inspirational DJ/producer with a worldwide reputation for igniting dance floors from London to Moscow to Tokyo and back again. Never far from the madding crowd – apart from when he’s cooking up monster basslines and electrochemical beats in the studio – he’s also founder of the thriving London-based label and DJ agency Oven Ready. Moussa unleashed his first track in 1994, working with Jamie White under the moniker Party Faithful. ‘Let There Be House’ initially came out on Oven Ready, a label Moussa set up with an old school friend. The track was soon snapped up by XL Recordings and even made the UK’s Top 50. Equally at home producing underground clubland stormers or chart-bothering dance bombs, Moussa has always enjoyed juxtaposing diverse genres and mashing them up to reveal innovative new sounds. Indeed, it’s one of his specialities. As a producer par excellence, he has built up a mind-blowing body of work over the years and his name is credited on more than 150 tracks and remixes. He has remixed a huge range of artists, including Adamski, Afrika Bambaataa, Monie Love, Nitin Sawhney, Phats & Small and more recently, Simple Minds, Wally Lopez and Jody Wisternoff. Rox Maker and Max Nocerino being “partners in crime” and great friends both on and off decks are guaranteed to share some of their Italian passion for music through that electro house tec goodness that characterizes Noce party. Rox aka Rosario Gueli is also a producer who started his DJ career in Sicily well before the age of him being able to enter those clubs legally at just tender age of 15. With the help of Alex Gaudino he released his first vinyl in 2006, achieving a worldwide success. Roxmaker's latest worldwide (vinyl-digital) production 'Seduce me' with Martina Kaiser is currently gaining international recognition, it's also on the DMC Miami chart of the top 40 hottiest Miami's tracks at position 22. ROM1 aka the Flying Frenchman delivered to you directly from a galaxy of progressive house and tech house to rock you wherever you are is also a resident on Unknown fm. Dany DaKur and Anya Freespirit both are once upon a time students of Pointblank college and a part of Love Asylum promotion team, are still pretty much newcomers and will be warming up Fluid’s dance floor with their heartfelt and humble early evening sets. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In Love Asylum we believe in delivering not only great parties with good quality music, but also making it as least commercial as possible in giving you the best valueand allowing as many people as possible to come along and have a good time. Great nights out should not break a bank. For special £3 guest list until 12 am; £5 after please email [email protected] or click attending. More on the door. Opening hours 10pm-4am