HORSE MEAT DISCO SXS DANNY KRIVIT
We are very excited to announce the first show of the new SIDEXSIDE concept. We welcome some of our favourite bearded DJs - Horse Meat Disco.
VENUE: FACTORY 7 13 HEARN ST LONDON, EC2A 3NN
Now into their eighth year, Horse Meat Disco have continued to lead the way with packed residencies at their HQ at The Eagle in Londonâ€™s Vauxhall, Lux in Lisbon and with the Tape organisation in Berlin. Inspired by the music and inclusive ethos of New Yorkâ€™s club scene during the â€™70s and â€™80s, the collective have garnered a unique reputation for amazing parties and unmatchable sets, the quartet of DJs each mixing their own individual quality blend of disco juice with all manner of dancefloor fillers: be it punk funk, italo, house, electric bangers or plain old oddities!
HMD will perform alongside New York legend Danny Krivit, his list of residencies and associations demonstrates every ounce of his legendary status. Danny Krivit is the don behind the immensely popular 718 Sessions and one-third of the Body & Soul collective. He started DJing at age 14 and learned from all the greats, including James Brown, David Mancuso and Larry Levan and become famous for his funk, soul, and disco edits (under the Mr. K name). Expect Danny to dig through his enormous record collection to deliver an inspirational insight to one of house musicâ€™s living legends.
The collision and combination of Horse Meat Disco and Danny Krivit sharing an entire night of music is something that has certainly got us excited. Now where are my dancing shoes?
Tickets on Sale: Tuesday 14th August priced from Â£15 - Â£20
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SIDEXSIDE is a series of contemporary music events, a celebration of DJâ€™s and the power of shared creativity that drives our scene forward. The conceptâ€™s very simple:
Two artists sharing an entire night of music, playing together; side by side.
SIDEXSIDE will create DJ partnerships thatâ€™ll excite, challenge and inspire. With an entire night as their blank canvas the DJs have time to push boundaries, to dig deeper into their record collections, pulling out classics, dance floor destroyers, guilty pleasures to hidden treasures.