LWE Presents... mau5trap London Warehouse Party tickets
The Sidings, London Sat 7th July 2012
LWE Presents... mau5trap London Warehouse Party
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Lineup and Details for LWE Presents... mau5trap London Warehouse Party on Sat 7th July 2012
mau5trap London Warehouse Party
Sat 7th July: 10pm to 6am
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, SE1 0NR
Foreign Beggars Live
Slugz & Boyson
Arch 2 is hosted by PACK London (Outlook Festival)
More announcements to follow this week, with our first major headline act to be announced
mau5trap records is a record label. We make records. DJs play our records for people to listen to. Sometimes people dance to it, or play it in their cars. Thats all there is to it really.
Its this simple philosophy that has propelled mau5trap, Deadmau5s own label, to become one of the most important labels for a generation and is home to some of the biggest electronic music released in the last three years.
Following two sold out shows at Ministry of Sound, the label have laid plans with LWE for a massive Mau5trap warehouse party. A whole host of special guests to be announced shortly and limited Presale tickets are on sale now and general release is on Monday 14th May.
The last mau5trap event sold out in advance in a matter of weeks do not miss out!
NOISIA (who took their name from the word VISION inverted on an upside down VHS
tape) are Nik Roos, Thijs de Vlieger and Martijn van Sonderen, hailing from Groningen, The
Netherlands. Over the past few years, accolades for Noisia have included Best Tech DJ in
the UK National D&B Awards in 2009 and 2010, Best Producers at the 2010 D&BArena
Awards and Best Drum&Bass Artist on Beatport in both 2009 and 2010. The worked with,
and remixed Moby, The Prodigy, Katy Perry,, Skrillex, Deadmau5, and Foreign Beggars to
name a few.
The release of Noisias debut artist album Split The Atom on their own Vision Recordings
imprint in 2010 immediately made an ineffaceable mark on electronic music, it was the
release of this album that led them to Deadmau5 who highlighted it as his favourite album
of the year, so instigatingThe deluxe re-issue of the album on mau5trap Split The Atom
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