Sa, 7/17 BODYMOVE – Summer Sessions – London, UK

BODYMOVE – Summer Sessions

Start Time:
Saturday, July 17, 2010 at 10:00pm
End Time:
Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 12:00pm
200 York Way, Kings Cross
London, United Kingdom


Saturday 17th July
10pm till Superlate

Special Guests: Guest*Star + Audiodamage with Fran Cosgrave + Closure * Femi B

Saturday 17th July sees the sparkling new monthly party, BODYMOVE transform the Egg into the capital’s cosmopolitan newest Upfront House, Electronica and Nu Disco haven spread across its three unique floors and impressive garden.
Transformed for the evening with customised production and visuals, confetti explosions, performance and animation team and dance shows, BodyMove is putting on the glitz. Last month’s massive party with Radio 1 DJ diva, Lottie alongside Caged Baby’s producer/DJ achemist Thomas Gandey topped a thousand clubbers,and this month BodyMove goes more cutting edge introducing up and coming party talents, Guest*Star, Audiodamage & the Closure crew. Since its inception four months ago, BodyMove has seen sets from Mr C (Superfreq/ Sychopant Slags), Junior Jack & Kid Creme, Michael Gray (Full Intention/Robot Man), and Boy George.

Guest*Star’s Italo-flavoured group of party people are banging it for underground musical scene fusing electro and tech-housed with party energy. Percussionist and DJ Brother Snare helms the crew having rocked events such as Gatecrasher (with the no 1 DJ Tiesto headlining) and Cheeky People with Carl Cox & Friends at Heaven with his rocking mix of Congas, bongos and maracas. He is joined by Salvo Riggi, best known for his explosive minimal “You See Me” track and his album “Resuscitation” which delves deep into the universe of Salvo sound. Now working on his second album, Salvo also combines his music with his acting career, and is best known as the much-loved protagonist of the reality show, “Shipwrecked” (English edition of the format Survivor) and was also in “Batman Begins”.
Antonio Vinciguerra is one of Italy’s fast rising DJ’s, based in Milan at the Nika Music Store, the best known reference point for DJ producers in Italy. He spins the unexpected and has played at events for Rizla, Coca Cola as well as clubs such as Space, Digital, and Spain’s ABC location.

Audiodamage is one of the UK’s happening labels, best known for their Kid Massive smashes and Ibiza boat parties, as headlined by the larger than life, Fran Cosgrave. He is joined by a solid set of DJ/producers including Stefano Aziati (CRT Recs), the Ethan Project and Cozzie.

Rounding up the BodyMove line up are the Closure crew who take over The Loft whilst D.Y.N are in The Garden with Franco Conte and Lee Raphael spinning a balearic house selection and joined by the BodyMove residents Ali B and Strictly Rhythm’s Femi B. Enjoy chilled beats in Egg’s secret weapon and place to be seen partying in, especially during this current run of sunshine.

And at this summer session, Egg’s club within a club, The Apothecary is open with Tec La Tron lining up Dominic FX and guests to keep the tech vibe flowing.

Listings Info:
event: BodyMove
date; 17 July 2010
Egg, 200 York Way, Kings Cross, London, N7 9AX
tel: 020 7609 8364
Times: 10pm-6am

Line Up: Main Room: GuestStar featuring Brother Snare, Antonio Vinciguerra, Brezza, Eduardo Tuccillo, Salvo Riggi

BodyMove Residents: James Mc Lauaghlin, Ali B & Femi B (Strictly Rhythm)

Terrace: AudioDamage with Fran Cosgrave (Celebrity Love Island); Stefano Aziati (CRT Recs), Ethan Project, Cozzie, Josh Watts, Smedds, S.A Konnection and Frisky Dj’s (from Space)

Loft: Closure with Alan Prosser (GU), Steve Worrell & Elphick, Tom Gallagher & Tom McCir

Garden: D.Y.N. with Franco Conte, Lee Raphael & friends

Apothecary: Tec La Tron with Dominic FX

Tickets: £12 concessions, £15 on the door

NB: BEDA Award-winning Egg in Kings Cross has just celebrated its 7th Birthday and continues to push ahead, proving a real contender on the London scene with its high calibre international underground scene Guests and local home-grown nights such as Muak. With recent extensive refurbishments to its ground floor space Egg is now heading to the next level, and if you haven’t seen Egg for a while, now is the time to go

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