Electric Parade with Lee Brinx (Lower East / Crèche)
Question Mark Bar, London Fri 2nd December 2011
A night of underground deep, techno and bassline house with Lee Brinx (Lower East Records boss + Crèche resident), Rob Holmes + Jedd Barry
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Lineup and Details for Electric Parade with Lee Brinx (Lower East / Crèche) on Fri 2nd December 2011
Electric Parade come at ya in December with a party at the brilliant Questionmark Bar! Just a short trip up the road from Shoreditch, weve chosen Questionmark bar for its underground feel, intimacy AND its crackin soundsystem to slam those basslines at ya! Its one of the hottest up and coming venues in the area.
Weve got our Electric Parade residents who are all tuned into the EP vibe of dirty deep house, tech and bassline sounds........and............ this month they are joined by Lee Brinx, Crèche resident & Lower East records boss, a label we love with some quality releases from artists including Lee Foss, Gavin Herlihy, Robert James, Uner, Nima Gorji, Pezzner, Richie Ahmed, Puente and Rosche, Waifs and Strays, and Death on the Balcony. Look out for his release Computer Love on Hot Waves in November 21st November!
Also on the 2nd, Jedd Barry joins the party, resident for Talk Is Cheap with some pretty bangin past events and then Rob Holmes who has just this week released his 'Light the Dark' EP on Crossworld Records.
We reckon this is gonna be a cracker of a party, oh and as its December and almost Christmas(!), we thought wed get one of the UKs finest face & body artists to paint some pretty cool tattoos for ya!
LEE BRINX (Lower East / Crèche) - http://soundcloud.com/lee-brinx +www.facebook.com/leebrinxmusic
Hayley Martinez - http://soundcloud.com/hayleymartinez
KT Lucas - http://soundcloud.com/ktlucas
Jedd Barry (Talk is Cheap) - http://soundcloud.com/withjedd
Rob Holmes (Crosstown Records) - http://soundcloud.com/robholmes
Jay Francisco - http://soundcloud.com/jay_francisco
Paul Leverett (Electric Parade)
A bit about Lee Brinx:
Lee first cemented his musical career in Ibiza in the millennium, where each summer season thereafter he went on to DJ at Zoo Project, Privilege, Space and many others. These seasons were fundamental in carving out a musical path for Lee, however his feet are now firmly on the ground in London. He continues to play across the Capital and is a firm fixture within the East London clubbing scene.
Lees musical direction has diversified over the years, but a love of garage beats thrown under deep grooves accompanied by melodic basslines has developed consistently to now be very resonant in his sound.
He holds a residency for Crèche, which was voted one of Londons freshest, most upfront parties by Mixmag and hes also one third of the promotional team for OFF KEY which has been hailed as One of the best outdoor events in the UK by DJ Mag. These events have seen Lee play alongside an endless list of guests such as Sasha, Seth Troxler and Jamie Jones.
June 2010 saw the launch of Lee's label Lower East alongside Cozzy D & Ed Kane (www.lower-east.com + www.facebook.com/LowerEast). Their monthly releases have so far seen his music remixed by the likes of Uner, Nima Gorji, Robert James and WiLDKATS,who's remix of his 'Over You' tracks held it's head high in the Beatport Deep House Top 50 for almost 8 weeks earlier this year.
With his track 'Computer Love' recently signed to Hot Natured off-shoot Hot Waves out on 21st November, 'She's Pretty' on the forthcoming Lower East Compilation 'Inner Circles' out on 5th December and an official remix of the M-People Classic ' How Could I love You More' out on Sony's Deconstruction due early next year, Lee's ethos is simple - Quality Electronic Music!
Questionmark Bar, 129 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 0PH
From 8pm to 4am
FREE before 10pm, £5 after
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