Unicorn Kid (live)
Dexplicit (bassline pioneer and producer of grime anthem POW!)
My Panda Shall Fly
Nova (dj set)
£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. PLEASE BRING ID EVEN IF YOU THINK YOU LOOK OVER 16.
1. Shes from Croydon
2. She's done tracks with Benga, Mutya, Tinchey Strider, Frisco, Example, Envy, the Mitchell Brothers AND had a track in Adulthood.
3. She producers all her own stuff
4. She's hot.
YES! He is one of the pioneers of bassline, and of course is the producer of grime's biggest anthem.... POW! Need I say anymore haha
8-bit & chiptune KING. Like a cooler, shit-hotter version of Calvin Harris (he's from same place as well!) He's all over Radio 1 at the mo and he's still only 17.
After dropping out of Central Saint Martin’s (twice), Niyi released his debut single ‘Ur Mummy/808 Klap’. Despite being released on a bank holiday, it sold out within the week, and a European tour followed. He graced the front cover of SuperSuper Magazine, and following a shoot with JCDC an 11 metre high image of Niyi hung alongside one of M.I.A and Jammer outside the Paris’ Musée de la Mode for a year, which could be seen from the top of the Eiffel Tower no less. Niyi has played half hour guest slots on Radio 1 and XFM, and has also been interviewed on Steve Lamacq's show and featured in a short BBC2 documentary. His current single Poached Eggs is out now, and more recently he was seen as a regular contributor on Big Brother’s Big Mouth.
Our third resident is fast becoming the name to book on the 16+ and 18+ circut alike. Having played at clubs like Matter, Ministry of Sound, Punk, Sin, Neighbourhood; and at Glastonbury and the massive Underage Festival, his credentials speak for themselves. Also a producer by day, check out this youngthing's myspace for mixes and remixes. His latest track, a re-work of the classic "This is Sick" is somehow being played across the capital (you may have already heard it) by every DJ worth their salt, despite not having been released yet. This Camden boy's done well..... 2009 is going to be a good year we think!
We are VERY lucky to have VJ Alex Sedano VJing for your viewing pleasure on a MASSIVE fuck off screen, & loads of plasma screens. You might know him from Nuke Them All.. he is the most sort after VJ at the moment.
WARNING: do not look at his visuals whilst inebriated.
DRESS LIKE IT IS THE END OF THE WORLD! DRESS GOTHIC! Put make up on like your face is DYING! Black, black and more black. This is your chance to let out all of your pent-up emo angst. Br00tal DeathCore band Tees (GIRLS) and loads of black make up plzz (BOYS). OH AND DONT FORGET FAKE BLOOD!
We will never enforce a dress code on anyone, but if you do feel like having lolz, then do it!
THOSE WHO LOOK THE PART WILL BE GIVEN SPECIAL TREATMENT AND WILL BE WHISKED IN AHEAD OF THE QUEUE!
Be a STAR in the TOYS 'R' US PHOTOBOOTH!
Christopher James from weknowwhatyoudidlastnight.com will be there to PAP those who look their best. Prepare to POUT & EXPLODE like your life depended on it.
Ruqy Mian & Faith Barker (Pull In Emergency) will be on hand with lots of free drink tickets for those they feel deserving. They are also being filmed for a documentary, if you have anything to say about Toys 'R' Us and our concept, then speak to them and get filmed!
To be a promoter (you will get paid for it, and receive guest list places etc etc) you can contact Ramesh Kanabar on 07590 336191. TXTs are best.
If you are looking for a promoter near you too, txt Ramesh with your school and location.. and he'll get back with details.
The current promoters who are authorised to sell the £7.50 tickets are below. Contact them ASAP to buy one.. they will sell probably sell out pretty fast. They all have facebook accounts, so get them on here. If one promoter is sold out, then try another. I guess ones near the bottom are more likely to have some left nearer the party.. xx
ONLY THESE PROMOTERS HAVE TICKETS LEFT (& I DONT KNOW WHY THEY ALL BEGIN WITH 'D'):
Tora Rebecca Rose Goodbrand
Nicholas James Oliver
Richard Henry Lartey