London has been arguably the UK never centre for house music since it first exploded, dovetailing with the North of the country for an infrastructure built on Jack's groove. This New Year's eve there's an abundance of options for the house music lover in the capital, but one that has certainly caught our attention is Magna Carta's superlative offering at the Coronet Theatre.
It'll be headlined by French badboys Amine Edge & Dance, self professed purveyors of ghetto house and the production outfit that have really made the fusion of house and hip hop make sense (check out their low slung Biggie biting masterpiece 'Going to Heaven with the Goodie-Goodies' above for justification).
Joining them will be a huge roll call of the finest in deepest and darkest house and techno. VIVa badman Darius Syrossian and Hot Creations' Richy Ahmed represent for the North of the UK, with further turns coming thick and fast in the shape of Mosca, No Artificial Colours, SION, DJ Shir Khan, Anthea, Sam Russo and David Glass, amongst others, for what is a genuinely epic smorgasbord of the genre at it's best.
Such has been the demand for the event that all the initial release tickets have now sold out, with only the final ones left. Alongside the scintillating talent they'll be a huge production, including CO2 Cannons, Lasers show, Incredible Light shows, Pyrotechnics, Confetti Cannons, Live Visuals and much more. For full listing details click this link.