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    Atlantic Conveyor (Untracked/Discolexia) with special guesys Hot Coins (Red Rack'em/Untracked/Tirk) Danny Clark (Late Night Audio) & JOSEPH SERESIN Room 2 Hustle meets Control Alt Delete Records with Neil Thornton (Hustle) Dave Rose (Control Alt Delete) & Friends
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  • East End favourite Discolexia, with special guests for the evening- Free Disco & Atlantic Conveyor. Atlantic Conveyor is made up of Steven Tripp and Tubbs, who in 2004 dropped the Fantastic Incidents EP. “Nasty Things” and “We Are” received fierce support from DJ’s as diverse as Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay, Laurent Garnier and Zane Lowe. “Open Your Soul” was a natural evolution of Atlantic Conveyor’s sound; Paradise Garage pianos are fused with bang-up-to-date beats to create a three mix EP that received extraordinary club support from the Unabombers and Groove Armada as well as taste makers Rob Da Bank, Chris Coco (The Blue Room) and Annie Mac. This last year has been a flurry of activity; critically acclaimed remixes of bands as diverse as The Wombats, King Creosote, The Cribs, The Elektrons and Breaks Co-Op have taken them to whole new level of public awareness. On top of that they also run a tasty party called Discolexia, with recent bookings of Maurice Fulton & Heartbreak, as well as taking their party to Ibiza and Asia. The second guest for this party is the talented Free Disco who will be performing a special live set of his new and un-released material. Hailing from Japan, Free Disco moved to London two years ago and brought with him his taste for deep music. Already an accomplished composer, record collector and disco selector, he has just released a fantastic debut single, Psychedelic Symmetry, on the Electric Minds label, with Stevie Kotey remixing his Balearic sounds as well as a forthcoming single due out on Rong Music at the beginning of 2009. This will be his last party in London before he starts a 6-date tour of Japan over the Christmas period. £5 on the door. @ The Horse & Groom
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