Is this the end of the world? Is this the new beginning? Is this the party to end all parties? Well I guess you can never be sure. But be it the end of an era or not, I’m gonna be partying like its the end of the world anyway. So while we’ve still got the chance, here’s how were gonna shake the world apart one last time…
Forget about high pressure thunder bolts and lava flow forecasts, just focus your sights on the Sidings Warehouse near London Bridge tube, where Real Nice & E.T.A All Stars will be bringing the real tectonic shifts to the global system. It’s been just over a year since the Real Nice familiars brought their Bristol born squadron to the heart and hustle of the capital, and it was during this time that they had just received some worthy adulation from Pete Tong, as their break through ep with Cubiq ‘Had Enough’ made the ‘Essential Selection’ on the Radio 1 show. Their ubiquitous brand of left leaning house and disco thug productions endeavor to make tracks around the dance continuum, with up coming release ‘Oooo!’ scheduled to be out today via the Love Not Money imprint – just in time for their End Of The World throw down tonight.
Ever intrigued by what the west country’s club spectrum will offer us next, the Real Nice party series brought London’s club hoppers a cyclical calendar of shuddering deep house line ups, their early parties including the likes of Hot Since 82, Richy Ahmed, Matt Fear, Booka Shade and M.A.N.D.Y to name a few. Later they would team up with the E.T.A events crew, both Real Nice & E.T.A taking the crowd on a rotational trip around London’s touched and untouched dugouts, whether it be a summer rooftop with Daniel Bortz, or a pub-club-pop-up in the west with Jozif. As an audience it was plain to see that each and every event bore the insignia of a Real Nice reputation in the making, each and every foundation a futuristic spring board from the last.
So in aid of our all night survival this Friday, Real Nice & E.T.A have taken the measures to stock up the warehouse with a vacuum sealed selection of box fresh beats and rare bottled bass-lines, ensuring a plentiful supply of necessities to get us through the post apocalypse after party and potential space travel beyond. Their diversified line up includes cosmic house producer Aeroplane, notorious for his classically trained take on soulful cinematic disco, always testifying to an easy going bpm policy, trademarking his sets with his Italian pop influences. Bringing the carefully selected cuts of mid nineties house and techno will be Off Recordings’ head honcho Andre Crom, a regular chart topper on the most notable digital portals and long time credit to selectors the world over. Finally and by no means the lesser of the bunch, we have one of this year’s favorite break through acts Waze & Odyssey, who will be lending us their dubby take on 2-step theories and classic house overtones. Real Nice will be warming up the proceedings of course, and as is often the case, it’s likely you’ll see them closing down the final doors of Doomsday, as the last tune whistles to signal the final score.
So if your wondering how to max out the remains of your future pension fund and your looking for a safe guard to seek refuge from the outside Ends Of The World, then make your way down to the 1,000 capacity warehouse location in Southwark near London Bridge, where you’ll find a specifically designed club bunker packed full of the right peoples and right sounds to end it y’all.