The Queen of Hoxton
1 Curtain Road Shoreditch
London, United Kingdom
ISM records will be hosting the night and is one of London’s most diverse and cutting edge labels that has quickly built it’s reputation for releasing quality music from artists such as Ron Basejam, Ashley Beedle, Killer Whale,Yam Who, The Revenge, Parallel Dance Ensemble, PBR Streetgang, Red Rack’em Leo Zero, Black Cherry, Ilija Rudman and also the legendary Chaz Jankel.
ISM returns to the Queen of Hoxton for more fun and mayhem Friday the 13th!!! including free give-aways from the label including the Black Cherry limited edition 7″ with artwork by the amazing Kate Moross and a sampler of the forthcoming Futur’ism compilation featuring new and unreleased material.
If your celebrating something and want to join the chaos on the night then get in touch and we will endeavour to give you priority entry and a sizeable guest list.
DJ’s on the night
Pete started off working in notorious London record shops like Daddy Kools and his own Atlas Records gaining a serious DJ reputation internationally. His notoriety as a top producer really took off following his work on Eskimo Recordings as Reverso 68 (with Phil Mison) and as LSB (with Baby G). His solo material for Maxi Discs is the first original music to be released under his own name and is inspired much more by his love of early house than his previous output.
Yam who? have been ripping up dancefloors with their devastating DJ set since early 2003. Infamous for refining the modern the modern disco re-edit they have gone onto remix and produce for some of the biggest acts on the planet including Grace Jones, John Legend Joss Stone,and Zero 7 and are the founding members of disco supergroup Killer Whale.
Disco Dirtbox created by Paul Barkworth is a collective of established DJ / producers who have teamed up to release there disco based productions under a new pseudonym . The first disco dirtbox collaboration comes from Paul Barkworth and Switzerland based Fabio Silvestri out soon on ISM.
Shorty G has been spinning records since the early 90s – becoming known for his epic, genre-defying sets being heavily influenced by early synth based boogie, deep electro funk and early house music He has more recently been seen spinning for the likes of Shift at East Village and Discovery at the Horse and Groom.
Over the last 12 years The Wook has spun tunes across a number of genres, in a number of DJ partnerships and collaborations. A crate digger at heart and a lover of vinyl he is always on the hunt for those rarities to make you groove and has spun alongside DJ Yoda, Mr Thing and The Nextmen.