10:00 pm - Doors Open
Line-up / Waze & Odyssey/ Pedestrian/ Krankbrother/ Menendez Bros./ Real Nice
Hot on the heels of their October party’s storming success featuring Calibre/ EZ/ Bodhi and Last Japan, Ritual keep up the heat with a super crew of highly-touted house music selectors, set to smash it at Under The Bridge in Fulham, on Saturday 2nd November.
A night with a strong personality, it’s Ritual by name and by nature; in addition to the quality underground sounds, tribal UV face painting, UV lights and ritualistic visuals form a key part of the night’s concept and identity.
Bringing forward-thinking line-ups to an area of London which has historically only catered for a mainstream crowd, Ritual has already played host to EZ, Bodhi, Last Japan, Calibre, Zinc, Prins Thomas, Greg Wilson, Horse Meat Disco, Stanton Warriors, Hervé, Felix From Hot Chip, The Correspondents, X-Press 2, Maxxi Soundsystem and Hot Since 82.
Hugely-praised in the dance music media, house duo Waze & Odyssey have notched-up an impressive discography on labels including More Music, Sccucci Manucci, Wolf Music, Disco Bloodbath and Throne of Blood, not to mention house legend Kerri Chandler’s MadTech Records. They’ve remixed Disclosure and T.E.E.D., plus their productions have become a regular fixture in radio shows hosted by Pete Tong, Annie Mac, and Skream & Benga. They’ve also gained heavy club rotation from club DJs like Bicep, Eats Everything, Horse Meat Disco and Duke Dumont (for whom they also remixes his chart hit massive ‘Need U 100%’).
Pedestrian‘s diverse style of production has won him various accolades from the likes of Bonobo, Throwing Snow and Gilles Peterson. His music ranges from deep, jazz-inflected bass music, sultry 4/4 grooves to emotive vocal tracks. Pedestrian’s solo debut track ‘Hei Poa’ featured on Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood’s ‘Bubblers 6’ compilation and was later officially released via Push & Run. He also teamed up for the equally up-and-coming Maribou State for ‘Mask’, a collaborative effort released on Pets Recordings, plus his remix of Djrum’s ‘Mountains Pt.1’ has received continual rotation from heavyweights like Dark Sky, James Zabiela and Foamo.
DJ/Production duo Real Nice released their debut track ‘Had Enough’, a collab with Cubiq on Love Not Money Records, which gained support from the likes of Solomun, Audiojack and the Hot Creations crew. More releases soon followed on New York’s Nurvous and Love Not Money. Staring life as students in Bristol – where they cut their teeth as DJs, they moved to London and started the Real Nice parties where Booka Shade, M.A.N.D.Y, Richey Ahmed, Russ Yallop, Christophe and Lucas, Hot Since 82, Aeroplane, Waze & Odyssey, have all graced the decks. Now with Real Nice Recordings launched and big support from the likes of Richy Ahmed, Eats Everything and Pete Tong things are indeed looking Real Nice. For examples of their smoking deep house cuts, check out the Real Nice Soundcloud.
Krankbrother are a London-based DJ duo. They specialise in ‘off location’ electronic music, showcasing artists in unique locations such as rooftops, streets, beaches, mountain tops, yachts, theatres and railway arches. Many of the world’s most important underground DJs and live acts are regular guests at krankbrother including Josh Wink, Magda, Four Tet, Daphni, Andrew Weatherall, Ellen Allien, Marc Houle & Dyed Soundroom. Krankbrother events take place monthly in London, but also in Germany, Ibiza, Brazil, Croatia, Austria, and the Dominican Republic. krankbrother also host stages and DJ at some of the world’s best festivals and clubs, like Bestival, Watergate, Sankeys, Fabric, D Edge, Lovebox, Secret Garden Party, Eastern Electrics and more.
West London based DJ duo The Menendez Brothers, consist of twins Eniz and Deniz, who’ve been making considerable waves across London and Europe. With residencies at FOUND, Saints Don’t Sleep and So Fresh So Clean (a momentous classic hip hop night of their own making), The Menendez Brothers have quickly and deservedly secured their spot as regulars on London’s competitive DJ circuit. Known for vibrant sets that combine hip hop anthems with deep house grooves, old school garage cuts and everything in between, a sweaty dance floor is guaranteed every time they step up to turntables. Recently back from a summer of sun-splashed festivities including FOUND, Outlook and Dimensions Festival, the terrible twins are set to take the UK by storm.
“A night of quality electronic music” Hyponik
“West London will see some of the finest in current underground music” DJ
“A leading electronic night” Data Transmission
“Quality line-ups in a part of London that isn’t especially known for them” Resident Advisor
10PM – 3AM // Tickets: £10 Super Early Bird / £12.50 Early Bird/ £15.00 General Admission.