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Tickets For Bugged Out Weekender 2013 Close to Selling Out!

Posted in Acid house, Chicago House, Deep House, electro, Techno, We are not a rock band with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 17, 2012 by Knockturnal

bugged-out-weekender-20.01.12-2Bugged out Weekender returns to Butlins Bognor Regis Resort next month 18/19/20 January, with an absolute belter of a line up and looks set to be one of THE events of 2013, consisting of all the BEST in techno, house, disco and bass music. Those planning to go who haven’t yet purchased tickets are advised to get them soon as the event is looking very close to selling out! Check out the line up below then head on over to the Bugged Out Weekender Official Site where you can purchase tickets and accommodation.


Last Chance To Buy Eastern Electrics Festival Tickets

Posted in Festival, House, Techno with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 28, 2012 by Knockturnal

Those still planning to attend Eastern Electrics festival in August are advised to get their tickets sharpish. Tickets have been flying out the door since they were released and the new change of venue announced a couple of weeks back (from Clapham Common to Area 12) has only made them sell faster. It seems that the change was definitely for the best, while many expressed concern over the sounds restrictions that plagued previous SW4 events on Clapham Common the festival organisers have expressed this will NOT be an issue at Area 12.

Eastern Electrics Festival lands in London’s Docklands with an exciting and game changing addition to London’s festival sites. The Area 12 site is just 5 minutes walk from North Greenwich tube and the legendary O2 complex. Set in its own grounds this brand new space has a huge main stage and the same 4 great tents of thrilling underground electronic music from EE and its favourite genre defining brands.

Area 12 has a unique approach to delivering the next generation, crystal clear sound EE has defined as a core part of its identity. Built around a huge man made structure with shipping containers at its core Area 12 is able to secure the sort of sound rarely experienced on an urban site.

The last release of tickets priced at £40 are still available and can be purchased here. For the full line up, details of the after party at Proud 2 and a map of the festival site head on over to the official Eastern Electrics page here.




Tickets Selling Fast For Eastern Electrics Festival!

Posted in We are not a rock band with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 17, 2012 by Knockturnal

Eastern Electrics is a name that’s been synonymous with the London party scene since its inception back in 2008. Known for bringing together forward thinking promoters and killer line ups with every party, they’ll be continuing that tradition this summer as they get ready to stage their first out door festival.

The one day, 17,000 capacity event will be held on Clapham Common on August 4th. The complete line up is still yet to be released but with names so far that include; Jamie Jones, Kerri Chandler, Julio Bashmore, Joy Orbison, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz, Tensnake, Pan-Pot, Sebo K, Crazy P, Nick Curly & Miguell Campbell there’s already plenty to get excited about.

Tickets for this have been flying out the door (as I’m sure you’d expect) with all early bird tickets selling out in record time. You can however still get your hands on some of the £35 saver tickets before they go up to the standard price of £40. Check out the promo video below then head on over to the official site for more details.




When WANARB Met: Behling & Simpson

Posted in Club Night, House, Interviews with tags , , , , , , , , on April 13, 2012 by rachaelwilliams

Behling & Simpson play Way Back Here

It’s a Futureboogie love-in for Team WANARB at the moment, and, after showing our knickers to Waifs & Strays a few weeks ago, we’ve now turned our lusty attentions to Behling & Simpson. Riding high on the wave of Bristolian duos currently taking dance music by storm, the boys will be hitting up the bustling metropolis that is Stoke Newington in Hackney to play the Question Mark Bar for our friends on NTS, Way Back Here. We caught up with B&S (as they call themselves) to find out why saying “hard bop” makes them laugh, what they’d be doing if they weren’t making music and why in the event of a zombie apocalypse it would just be them and Art Department left…

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When WANARB Met: French Fries

Posted in House, Interviews, Techno, Warehouse Party, We are not a rock band with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 4, 2012 by rachaelwilliams

French Fries plays London's dirtybird BBQ

This Saturday sees famed San Fran based record label dirtybird in town for the London leg of their Spring tour which sees them visiting city after city with a variety of artists from their stable. Our lucky lucky city has hit gold however as we’ve managed to blag the biggest line-up but a BBQ of Meatwagon no less.

Appearing will be core members of the dirtybird crew Claude Von Stroke, Justin Martin, J Phlip and Christian Martin under his new alias Leroy Peppers plus key acts like Eats Everything, Catz N Dogz, Breach and a whole load more. We caught up with one of the newest recruits, young Parisian whippersnapper French Fries who’s currently a name on a lot of lips thanks to the success of his ballroom hit Yo Vogue…

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Dirtybird’s London BBQ

Posted in Club Night, mix with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 16, 2012 by rachaelwilliams

Dirtybird's London BBQ

You’re probably wondering why we’re about to tell you all about a SOLD OUT event. It’s not because we’re mean and we want to rub your faces in it. Oh no, no siree. We’re here to tell you that you CAN still go to the ball… er we mean BBQ. We’ve done our research and found you a few ways you could still go! But first, let’s take a gander at that eye-wateringly magnificent line-up… Continue reading

5 Most Ubiquitous Tracks Of The Year

Posted in House with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 24, 2011 by rachaelwilliams

Azari & III HungryForThePower If, like me, you’ve gone home for Christmas, then chances are you’re stuck out in the countryside somewhere trying to avoid Christmas music and awaiting relatives who you know will spend the next few days mercilessly taking the piss out of you. So if you know that pain, then surely you can forgive me producing yet another of these end-of-year lists.

I’ve limited myself to only five though as I figure most people will skim mega-long lists. Over the last month there’s been poll after poll, list after list; all essentially saying the same thing. But they’re never going to say anything much ground-breaking are they? It’s just us collectively saying “yep, I really liked that, I did.” So these aren’t necessarily my five favourite tracks. These are just the five tracks it was impossible to avoid this year.

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