According to ancient prophecies from Nostradamus & the Mayan Calendar December 21st is the day the world comes to a catastrophic end!
10 days later....In a world very different from what we know now....
Amid the chaos of a barren anarchic wasteland in post-apocaplyptic London
Cargo offers sanctuary to the civilisation that has survived doomsday 2012!
It will be a party like no other!
With Body Rocking House beats & Techno Rhythms Visionquests Ryan Crosson, Omid 16B & Shane Watcha will be taking you through to a new year dancing into the dawn of a new world!
Doors: 8pm - 6am
Dress code: Post apocalyptic, Burning Man, Military, Cyberpunk, Steampunk, Mutant Zombies!
(Fancy dress not essential but encouraged!)
FREE ZOMBIE AFTERPARTY From 6am
Ryan Crosson (Visionquest)
Ryan’s back-to-back live sets with Lee Curtiss, at the sold out Visionquest showcase at fabric last year and at Movement in Detroit, stole both these shows boding well for 2012 which will see him repeat his live show at some of the world’s most famous clubs and festivals alongside a packed schedule of DJ gigs, both solo and as part of Visionquest, including his much anticipated new residency at Circo Loco at DC10 this summer.
As a key member of Visionquest, Ryan is responsible for much of the concepting and day to day running of what has rapidly become one of dance music’s most cherished new labels.
Omid 16B (Alola)
Some DJs and producers have their finger on the pulse – Omid 16B is the pulse. Music runs through his veins - DJ Mag
He’s much regarded as one of the leaders who pioneered the tech house movement back in the early nineties, alongside the likes of Carl Craig, Vince Watson, Craig Richards, Mr C, Steve Bug and Francois K . With an impressive discography of singles, LPs and compilation albums released on his own imprints, as well as signed to the likes of Eye Q, Hooj Choons, Stomp/EQ, Yoshitoshi, Ministry Of Sound, Tsuba and Bedrock, Omid has maintained the highest quality throughout his prolific career… without any commercial compromise.
Shane Watcha (Zombie Soundsystem)
Among the current trend of DJ's coming out of London, Shane is a rare Breed. He has crafted a sound that is both unique and distinguishes him from the rest of the pack. Every tune is delivered in a supremely tight mix that flows with emotion & passion that runs deep. From early begging’s Shane has travelled the world pushing his underground house sound. From Glastonbury to warehouse raves in East London to DC10 in Ibiza.
Clint Lee (Wildlife)
Clint’s ethos is ‘be creative, be yourself and just let go! Something he encourages from behind the box through his sets. From coaxing a shy floor into action, entertaining the partygoers, enlightening the curious, satisfying the whims of the tired and weary, he constantly monitors the energy levels of the crowd at all times. It is this intelligent and conscious approach, merged with his down to earth manner and cool mixing demeanor that makes his dancefloor one to remember!
Chloe Fontaine (Deep Water Recordings/Byrdz)
In 2011 Chloe joined forces with DJ Samantha Blackburn and together they launched the successful night ‘Byrdz’, a night dedicated to female DJs spinning underground grooves which has been going from strength to strength and has started to be taken globally. Chloe is also resident at Flow.