Dan Curtin Mobilee -Berlin
Jon Rundell - Intec
Art A Part
Magnier (The House of Disco)
Oli D.A.B (Oonst, Trouble Vision)
Robin (Oonst, Trouble Vision)
The House of Disco
Familia returns for their second edition to Egg London’s monthly calendar on Saturday 1st of December with ‘ Inmaculada Concepcion’. After the huge success of the launch party, Familia is determined to make heads turn and provide another road block event. Expect all things that Familia are loyal to, the finest international music talent, surprise performance elements, London’s most credible promoters and buckets of fun, opulence and extravagance. This time Egbert Live takes the decks alongside Dan Curtin and Jon Rundell. Monitor 66 from Sweden makes their UK launch and Art A Part returns for another Terrace set. Spinning alongside these artists are Clint Lee, Oonst, Nick Tcherniak, The House of Disco, Borja Pena, Jay Tempest and JB. What a line up!
Egbert has been producing music since he was 8 years old, has grown into one of the most promising talents within the field of electronic dance music. He is now on the roster of the dutch label “GEM” and the worlds biggest techno label “Cocoon” and is close to releasing his first album. His first vinyl went down like a bomb on the dance floors and even found its way into Sven Väth’s basic vinyl collection.
Music is the lifeblood of Dan Curtin. From his beginnings in early 1990s Cleveland, Ohio, to current day Berlin, Germany, the pioneering DJ and producer continues to defy conventions and push boundaries as an integral member of the Mobilee records crew. Over 70 singles, 9 albums and 20 years later, Dan Curtin is as innovative and vital as he has ever been. All the while, he has cemented his international reputation as a DJ, appearing at many of the world’s best clubs, and ever aware of the vital give-and-take relationship between the DJ and the dancefloor.
Jon Rundell’s recent gig highlights show how Jon has progressed DJ wise over the last few years. Jon has toured Europe extensively playing an array of more intimate venues as well as the daddy’s of dance floors including Privilege & Space in Ibiza as well touring with the Big Day Out and Future Music Festivals - often playing to no less than 20,000 people. Carl Cox sums things up nicely: “I think Jon’s a jewel in the crown. He’s really great with the crowd and his music. He’s been a great support to me. Put him in front of 30,000 people and he really goes for it. He naturally warms the crowds up. We always discuss what we’ll both be playing and he goes out there and does it. At the moment he’s better than most top DJs I could mention.”
In keeping with the theme of the Immaculate conception, you are dared to dress up in your most outrageous virgin or priest, choir girl or boy, nurse or doctor, king or queen outfit.
We look forward to seeing you for another divine night of family style partying.
Jon Rundell at Space, Ibiza
Nick Tcherniak (at D-Edge Sao Paulo, Brazil)