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Kitsune Club Night

Kitsune present the French Kiss Party.

Saturday 15th February @ Village Underground London

Featuring Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip) DJ Set, DJ Falcon, Gildas & Jerry Bouthier, Clancy, Let The Machines Do The Work (Live) + More TBA

Advance Tickets £15 via Resident Advisor


Download Kitsuné's Happy New Year Mix Here http://bit.ly/K6Pkff

Kitsuné Club Night return to East London with the amorous French Kiss Party taking place at Village Underground on February 15th and promises to be a highly charged, booty-grooving affair.

Once again the celebrated Parisian label, renowned for discovering new talent and trends have curated this phenomenal line up featuring one half of Hot Chip, a legendary 'French Touch' maestro and an eclectic mix of established names and hotly tipped talent to supply the dance floor with an infectious dose of sexy house, electro and nu disco.

Headlining the festivities will be Joe Goddard’s partner in crime, Alexis Taylor from everyone’s favourite band, Hot Chip espousing his love of hybrid bass driven house and deep electronic goodness.

Joining Alexis on stage will be disco house stalwart DJ FALCON, who will delve into his enormous bag of tricks and deliver sonic goodies that have spanned an illustrious 20-year career. Falcon famed for his collaborations with Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homen-Christo, recently appeared on Daft Punk's new album, 'Random Access Memories'. Expect some disco classics alongside fresh new tracks.

Spearheading the French nu disco house revolution will be Kitsuné’s co-founder Gildas & London’s very own Frenchman Jerry Bouthier.

London via Manchester’s rising house star, CLANCY celebrates the release of his new track ‘Overdue’ featured on Kitsuné’s forthcoming compilation ‘New Faces’, will showcase his tech house infused deck talents alongside a very special live performance from Brighton’s indie-disco 4 piece, Let The Machines Do The Work, who clash analogue and digital equipment with elements of house, techno, soul and disco to craft that elusive human edge often lacking in modern dance music.

With such an array of in form artists providing the soundtrack to the night, this is one Valentine’s party not to be missed.

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Village Underground

54 Holywell Ln, London EC2A 3PQ

020 7422 7505

Originally known as The Dirty Tricks before changing their name, Young Kato are an alternative-pop sextet hailing from Cheltenham and Birmingham. After reaching the well-deserved place of 31 in last years iTunes chart we couldn't help but feel that these boys had more to give. Since the release of their self-titled debut EP in summer 2012, Young Kato have been tirelessly touring across the UK. Now meeting the mid-way point of their 2013 tour it's time to get listening. With a carefree measure of energy injected into each performance and catchy hooks that will keep you beating through the night, this band is one to keep an eye on.

Despite the average age of 18 their fresh attitude has met nothing but praise from endless fans reaching the likes of BBC Radio 1 DJ, Tom Deacon and fellow musician Gary Powell (The Libertines) who coined them as 'a great band that will go far'.

You may think,  'oh, I think I've heard that sound before'. It's more likely than not, courtesy of E4's chronic drama Made in Chelsea. Aside from the frequent friend swapping the music on this program stands out and these guys definitely make the top rated on the playlist.

With mind-bending rifts and electronic beats, songs like 'Drink, Dance, Play' and 'Life's good' will leave you partying on your own, hand raving once the gigs finished.

Their heavily anticipated new single 'Something Real' has received a first-rate review claiming it to be necessary for your essential summer playlist. After all something real really should deserve to be something big.

Catch the Young Kato on the next leg of their tour from 5th June where they will play Islington. For more details visit  http://www.youngkato.com/


Signed to Elastic Artists, DJ Klose One has DJ'd in millions of venues, not only here in the UK; but world-wide.

Klose One, also part of School Records, has compiled a mix of all his favourite tunes during 2012. This mix is one to get you up and dancing, a party playlist - and all for free! School Records is the brand new imprint from industry veterans Katie Thiebaud, Peter Livingston and Jan Francis & along with their primary, December 2012 release  - DUSKY, School are pushing this mix as the things to listen to. From Klose One, you can expect to hear deep 4/4 House and Garage vibes with hints of anything from Grime and Dubstep through to Soca and Bashment.


Currently working on new club night sensation Staunch and the imminent drop of record label School as well as being able to name scene pioneers such as Loefah and Zed Bias amongst his fans, Klose One stands as arguably one of the most exciting djs in the UK right now.

DRUGS free downloadD/R/U/G/S have offered up the free download of The Source Of Light radio edit for all you fans out there. The full single is due to be released on the 26th November featuring remixes from Daniel Avery and Max Cooper..

D/R/U/G/S, 22 year old Callum Wright to his mum, makes the kind of euphoric, radical new music that all the clubbing kids are listening to at the moment.

"Made with the freeform attitude of synth visionary Oneohtrix Point Never, the fuck-you braggadocio of the Wu-Tang Clan, the cast-iron integrity of punk and the headlong desperate rush of rave, it’s untamed music for the moment."

D/R/U/G/S is just about to head off on tour with Delphic and after that he won't be so unknown. An 11 date tour will see to it.

Listen to and download the free track below



frankieheartstrings-istillfollowyouWe all love a bit of Frankie & The Heartstrings don't we. Well now there's more to love with their new single I Still Follow You.

I Still Follow You comes from the bands summer recording sessions and is produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler.

The new album doesn't have a release date yet but it will be out at some point early next year (2013).

Singer Frankie Francis said of the new album : “we’re raring to go with this new record, it’s been a long year and staying off the road so we can write and record a great album has been tough for us at times, but we’ve put everything we have into it and can’t wait to unleash it”.

You can listen below to the new single taken from their forthcoming second album and if you like it head over to their website where you can download it for free.