Art e Fect presents, takes over the iconic Fire nightclub in London
PHASE ONE LINE UP.
MAIN ROOM A-Z:
Art e Fect
With support from
ROOM 2 Hosted by AMOR
SARZLEA and KRYSTAL
ART E FECT
way back in 1982 I was a 12 yr old kid who came across a musical revelation GRANDMASTER FLASH,i saw this guy cutting up 2 copies of the same drum break in an old 70s funk tune,and he was making his own tune with just 2 turntables and a mixer…that was all i needed to see ..the next year was a time of pleading and begging ….then finally i got my first decks and a mixer and was cutting and scratching those same breaks ,,,going up to groove records at 52 greek st w1 and spending every penny i had on records…i played at a few early hip hop jams alongside the likes of richie rich/cutmaster swift and dj dexter in ladboke grove,westbourne park and other various london post codes then the acid house scene exploding in london in the mid to late 80s and i progressed onwards and upwards playing with the likes of DJ HARVEY from the tonka sound system doing gigs at zap club and the infamous after parties at black rock beach in brighton..then around 1990/01 it was the turn of JUNGLE which i embraced and before long i was playing in front of 3,000 people upwards with the likes of kenny ken/randall/jjfrost/to name a few this went on for a few years and then it was time for a change again this time i was kinder going back to my roots as i was playing r/n/b 90s soul and mid to late 90s hip hop at various joints ie gass club/spatts/lavish in liverpool street then we come to the year 2004 and i met a new godess named soulful house the rest is taking me right up to the current day ive played all around london/cambridge/harlow/portsmouth/and too many other towns to mention but my love for house music runs very deep harking back to my affair with her in the mid to late 80s
(Under No Illusion / Sola / Toolroom )
Del-30 is a DJ/Producer from Huddersfield in the North-East of England. Formerly a duo venture, Gaz Kitcher now carries on the project as a solo effort. Del-30 is a name that for a fair few years now has continuously amassed substantial amounts of credibility; spanning pretty much every conceivable derivative of house and techno along the way.
Since the inception of Del-30 in early 2016, the level of relentless effort has been met time and time again by accreditations, accolades and support from industry peers alike. First featured in Mixmag’s ‘Hot 6’, Del-30 is no stranger to being advocated by revered figures within the scene. With heavy support from the likes of Green velvet, Solardo, Paco Osuna, Joseph Capriati, Nicole Moudaber, Danny Howard and many more, it’s easy to see why Del-30 is continuing to build a presence both locally and nationally (with international bookings becoming an almost guaranteed instance in the not too distant future).
Del-30 has continuously frequented lineups up and down the UK, breaching both the club and festival circuits from an early stage with standout performances at Creamfields Festival, Kaluki events, Reach Festival, Mint Club, Church (Leeds), Stealth, Switch, Detonate Festival, Ministry of Sound, XOYO and the list continues to grow.
The continuation of Del-30’s above exposure is only aided by the seemingly endless stream of high-quality productions and releases; which in turn have seen him frequently charted inside top-10s and artist playlists alike. The distinctive trademark of high-energy house and techno has seen Del-30 regularly sign music to some of the biggest labels in modern electronic music, including the likes of Sola, Toolroom, Kaluki, Under No Illusion and more (not to mention a series of high-calibre free downloads and remixes too).
As Del-30 continues to frequent commendable chart positions, along with plenty more bookings and new releases on the horizon; it’s becoming quickly apparent that one of West-Yorkshire’s finest exports is set to make an impact on the global stage in the coming months and years. With over 20 years of industry experience behind him, Del-30 is now focused on breaking through as an established artist and joining the ranks of some of the most influential names in the history of house and techno.
In the past year, Iglesias, a London based DJ/Producer, has catapulted up 700 spots to cement his place as one of the Top 100 best-selling Tech House artists and as a future heavyweight on the scene. Iglesias’ music takes unique inspiration from Italian rolling grooves infused with classic disco elements.
The last few years have seen him go from strength to strength, with major EPs landing on Lee Foss’ imprint R epopulate Mars , Solid Grooves RAW , Resonance Records , VIVa MUSiC and many more. On top of this, Iglesias has four tracks in Under No Illusion ’s Top 10 selling tracks of all time. Iglesias has a huge back catalogue signed and waiting to be released.
Iglesias has built an impressive understanding when it comes to the art of DJing, ensuring that his crowd get a fully immersive experience, unique to his musical style. For the last two summers, Iglesias has begun his conquests abroad, establishing himself as a resident DJ at Sankeys Ibiza. Now, from Taiwan to Tomorrowland, you can hear his music ringing out, as if from a heavenly host of house-angels.
Iglesias has also continued his success on Beatport, with every one of his releases entering the top 100, including his highest climber at number 12. Subsequently, he’s gone on to receive widespread support and praise from industry giants including Marco Carola, Lee Foss, Latmun, Wade and BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard.
After a jam-packed 2018 with a barrage of releases and a shed load of shows, the year ahead only promises more from the hardworking Iglesias. Keep your eyes and ears on this one because he’s only just warming up.
Jack is best known for his up tempo sets where his skills behind the mixer are up there with the best. A Real Dj’s Dj, Jack’s dynamic mixing style sees him draw on House, Techno and Garage and has taken his sound to some of the countries most iconic clubs whilst securing slots with some of the UK’s most prestigious brands, including The Warehouse Project, Fabric, Abode, What Hannah Wants, Regression Sessions and Tribal Sessions.
Kreature might look fresh faced, but he’s been committed to dance music for 15 years. What started in his bedroom as an obsession with anything from jungle to garage to disco soon turned into a full blown career: by the age of just 18, Ashley Burgoyne was already touring South Africa, Australia and Europe. Now, years later, he has put in tens of thousands of hours behind the decks so has a natural ability to connect with any audience. Whether in an intimate back room packed full of heads at 3am, or on a vast outdoor festival stage, he always knows exactly the record to reach for to get people dancing and make real connections with his crowds.
Next to Kreature’s ongoing love of DJing comes a desire to produce ever fresher and ever more arresting music. He grew up and lives in Manchester but always has one foot always firmly in Leeds’ thriving underground, and that has helped form his own distinct musical identity. Though drum lead and sure to make you dance, his style is also speckled with the sort of deft little details that make a more lasting impact.
All this means Kreature is continually celebrated by his peers for his high production values and the genuinely engaging nature of his tunes on labels like WOW Records, ViVA and Resonance. His first record only came in 2012—and immediately climbed to the Number 2 spot of the Beatport chart—and now he continues to get constant support from big hitters like Marco Carola, Matthias Tanzmann and Jamie Jones.
Already 2018 is already proving to be a vintage one for Kreature. His Wacomin EP on Underground Audio showed musical maturity across three originals with warm, propulsive drums, a great sense of colour and plenty of fresh percussion and vocal deployment. Pete Tong hammered it on Radio 1, tapped Kreature up for a 30 minute hot mix for his All Gone Pete Tong show and duly named him as one of house music’s rising stars.
Truth is, Kreature has already risen and fully arrived on the global scene, armed with a devastating sound and dance floor know-how that is impossible to fake.
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Ticket + booking fee /
- £30.00 + £3.00Group ticket (4 people, arrive together)
- £7.50Early bird
- £10.00 + £1.301st release
- £15.002nd release
- £20.00Final release
Sales close: Wed, 20 Mar 22:00.