In 2013 Cable was forced to close following two years of ongoing legal battles with Network Rail.
Our mission at BIG VINYL CIRCUS is complete freedom, both for our artists to showcase their talents and for our patrons to experience the hedonism with joyful abandon.
With this in mind we will operate a 'no camera' policy, as we want to preserve the originality and privacy for all who attend.
Surprising, experimental and always breaking boundaries: there is no doubt that Julie’s music has brought new life to the electronic music scene. Since the age of 10 when she first started playing the violin, Julie has been continually experimenting with this classical instrument. In the last years of her musical development she has fused it with electronic music and created a range of original and surprising sounds in her DJ sets and productions.
With a father who has worked with some of the world’s most iconic jazz artists, e.g. Frank Sinatra, Julie was destined to have a career in music. Being raised in Las Vegas, she was influenced by the electronic sounds of artists like Dépêche Mode, George Clinton, Herbie Hancock and Kraftwerk but it was the electric violin of Jean Luc Ponty that defined julie's musical vision.
The next stop in her electronic musical journey was Riccione (IT) with the infamous Magic Monday parties at the club Echoes. Names like Todd Terry, Frankie Knuckles, Kerri Chandler or Jeff Mills were heard weekly. During these musically golden years Italy was a mecca for great underground house music and Julie became absorbed in the scene, listening and being inspired by some of the best in the business.
Shortly after this period Julie moved on to begin her musical career as resident DJ at the historical club, Peter Pan in Riccione, Italy.
Julie has since played in venues including Cocoon (Frankfurt), Amnesia and Space (Ibiza), Katerholzig and Weekend(Berlin) and Egg in London. She is also the mastermind behind ‘Sol Asylum’, a Berlin-based party known for its talented underground artists such as Seuil, Ryan Crosson, Miss Jools, Anthea, Dana Ruh, Rob Mello and Adam Shelton.
Julie's hard work and determination has not gone unnoticed. In fact, her productions Last Tango and Arazmataz gained support from DJs such as Villalobos, Loco Dice, Luciano and Tobi Neumann, and the appreciation of her work from colleagues and connoisseur's continues to grow. One of her latest releases ‘Filled with Something’ on Abstract Theory was remixed by Subb_An and without a doubt, showcased her talents once again for being an inspiring performer and producer who remains true to her soul.
Keep your eyes out for Julie Marghilano’s next releases on Leftroom Digital (left'D), Digital Traffic, Addicted records, and Little Helper.
Lorenzo Panico aka the Naploitan born Panicman, begun his professional musical career as a DJ in northern Italy, performing at some of the most underground clubs in Milan. Playing his signature set of tech and experimental house at The Base, Plastic & Fluid clubs, his unique underground sound and popularity with the locals, gained him incredible attention very quickly and secured him sets at Colazione da Tiffany where the likes of Masters at Work, Frankie Knuckles, and many more where regularly performing. He also played for Griff, D Squared and the McQueen clubs for Milan Fashion Week parties.
His transgression from underground emerging talent to mainstream popular DJ had been achieved in his home country in the shortest of time spans, leaving Lorenzo with a great yearning desire to try to discover new sounds and delve into production himself to develop his signature sets, Lorenzo moved to London and quickly succeeded in securing sets at some of London’s hottest clubs, namely The Cross & The Ministry of Sound.
His first track made with Optical Funk in Milan “It Moves On” released on Black & White Records in Liverpool and received great support from the likes of D. Ramirez and Tom Stephan and plenty of air time on London’s radio stations such as Kiss FM.
Lorenzo then undertook private drumming at The School of Drum and a sound design course at the Point Blank School in London.
His next release an Italian Under Pressure E.P “Techno SlimBoysTwo Vs Julius” released on Presences Recordings with an Optimal One remix of Alex Font received much acclaim and support from the likes of Kamisshake, Joe T ivennelli and Hernan Cattaneo with plenty of air play on Italian Radio and Artist of the month on Presslab Records.
Lorenzo then went on to study Sound Engineering at Point Blank School and Alchemea College using SSL /Tape machine, Euphonix 3000 and ICON mixers with Justin Fraser from DigiDesign, Marcel Van Limbeek from Tory Amos and Haydyn Bendall formely from Abbey Road studios.
Lorenzo now has his own studio in London where he is constantly searching for new sounds from the world of House Techno, Minimal Progressive and Detroit . Also he has joined a select group of Techno House scene worldwide touring DJs and has supported artists such as Rino Cerrone, Monika Kruse, Rob Mello, Pace Division,Tobi Neumann ,Sascha Dive ,Joseph Capriati, Technasia, Christian Smith, Danilo Vigorito, Mauro Picotto, Kaiserdisco ,The Analogue Cops,Uto Karem and more.
Lorenzo is in collaboration with several productions in House and Techno with several producers trying to develop a new group for a label called Polluted Records.
Lorenzo Panico is Resident DJ at Cable London on Saturday Morning After Party called BIG VINYL CIRCUS.
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