The musical journey from House to Techno will start on the Hurlingham boat, leaving from Crown Pier at 6:30pm, and as usual, there will be a kicking after-party as well. This time at our favorite club Egg London.
"Please note all boat wristband holders gain free entry to after party before 1AM"
Info: [email protected]
6:00PM - Boarding (your ticket will be checked and exchange for wristband that is valid for free entry to Egg before 1am)
6:30PM –10:30PM Boat party | boat departs at 6:30PM from Crown Pier
Location: 60 Victoria Embankment, EC4V 3QR
10:30PM - Crown Pier Disembark
11:00PM – 9:00AM After Party at The Egg
No ID = no entry policy
Boat Party Headliners introduction:
Michael L Penman is a creative and ambitious music producer and sound designer from Scotland. He has travelled across the globe for many years, working in the music industry in the likes of Los Angeles, London and Berlin. His music production has been championed by many industry heavyweights including Dubfire, Huxley, Josh Wink, Adam Beyer, Gregor Tresher, Kenny Larkin, Dan Curtin, Anja Schneider, Nicole Moudaber, Yousef and Richie Hawtin who released three of Michaels tracks on his M-nus12 label as well as featured track called “Wa” on his essential mix on Pete Tong Radio 1 show. Michael contributed with his music to other respected labels including Ovum, Tronic and Decay. You can catch him often at small underground parties at East London or at our very own Fabric and Egg clubs.
Nick Elia, Roland UK artist who has been a regular aficionado on London’s club scene, since the mid 2000s, with performances at venues Egg, Lightbox, Ministry of Sound, Area or Crucifix Lane to name a few. His productions have been supported by Paco Osuna, Spartaque, Tiga, B.Traits, Cevin Fisher, Kiss FM, Daniel Bortz, Colin Dale and Dubspeeka among others and a critically acclaimed record ‘Glue’ was featured on BBC Radio 1 by DJ/presenter Hannah Wants. Nick will perform in dj/live hybrid set using various Roland drum machines and NI controllers (stems format)
Egg London Headliners introduction:
Detroit Swindle: When trying to define their ‘success’, it’s hard to pin it down to just one thing. Perhaps it’s their talent to find that typical groove that has been so widely acclaimed. Or maybe it’s their ability to connect musical styles spanning over more than 5 decades (and continents) into their sets and productions in such a way that you’re always curious to hear what comes next. Or could it be because they’re always on the move, searching for that new thing to challenge themselves in their productions and live sets. Whatever it is, it’s keeping them rather busy.
Not surprisingly, staying busy is exactly what they’re doing with their label, Heist Recordings. Maarten and Lars are constantly on the look out for new music and that one promising artist that they feel needs to be heard. Though Heist saw it’s very first EP only back in 2013, it already has become the go-to label for many A-list dj’s. It has released a wide variety of exciting EP’s by a.o. Fouk, Max Graef, Brame & Hamo, M.ono, Frits Wentink, M.ono, Andy Hart and of course Detroit Swindle themselves. They’re working hard to give Heist that unique edge with the artists they work with, the artwork they put forward and the special projects they have on the label such as the yearly Roundup EP, a tradition where every artist of that year remixes another artist, effectuated by the luck of the draw.
Apart from Heist Recordings, Detroit Swindle have released music on renowned labels like Freerange, Future Classics, Dirt Crew (where they released their well received debut album ‘Boxed Out’), Tsuba, Classic Music Company, Kaoz Theory and many more. This includes notable remixes for Hercules and Love Affair, Chet Faker, Seven Davis Jr. and Romanthony’s track ‘Too Long’ produced by Daft Punk.
The boys are as much enthusiastic record diggers and synth hunters as they are lovers of modern day electronic music. With their position as curators of the Amsterdam house playlist for 22tracks they share their love for house music. This also goes for their own club night: ‘The Great Escape’, where they get to invite some of their favourite artists as well as young talent. The concept of ‘The Great Escape’ started out at Amsterdam’s Studio 80, but soon after made it’s way all over Europe with showcases in Paris, Leeds and London.
Embark / Disembark Location
60 Victoria Embankment
Nearest Tube: Blackfriars
200 York Way