Previous Gigs

A list of previous gigs is shown below.

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Saturday May 29, 2010 @ Rhythm Factory (Whitechapel)
Raw Beats  

Raw Beats is here! The summer kicks off with London's freshest and most exciting party as Raw Beats brings some of the best DJs and live acts to the Rhythm Factory, one of the capital's top venues. Mashing together sounds from across the electronic music spectrum, the night will host every stripe of Bass Music be it electro, house, breaks, rave, dubstep or techno. We're not worried about pigeon holes and genres but good tunes and having a great party!

The opening night will be an extra special event as the cadre of elite acts we've gathered together is stuffed to the gills with talent. Leading the pack will be ever innovative Trevor Loveys, best known as a versatile DJ and for his ongoing work with scene leaders such as Herve and Dave Taylor (Switch), he's been at the forefront of the new house sound that now dominates clubland and will be sure to bring the latest underground bass as an extra special treat for the Raw Beats crowd.

Helping out Mr Loveys in the Main Room are fellow headliners the Young Fathers, Flore and Hexadecimal. Young Fathers are a a fun loving trio from Scotland who trade in a electro-pop influenced brand of rap. They'll be playing live and are guaranteed to put an awesome show.

Meanwhile Flore, who hails from the sunny Lyon in France, is in town to promote her upcoming album 'Raw' which is due for release later in the year. An album brimming with bass music in all it's forms you'd be a fool to miss it or her special show at Raw Beats. She'll be DJing with special on stage support from superstar MC Rodney P.

Hexadecimal is a mainstay of the Nottingham based Spectrum brand, a regular DJ at their parties and producer on their label. He's is also promoting his new album with Raw Beats a special chance to display his talent as a DJ and a producer. His album, 'Base 16', is out Distinctive Records soon.

Whilst helping out the big guns in Main Room and packing out Room 2 will be a gaggle of frankly awesome DJs - James Furness, Shakes, Squeaks, Olivier Garth and Bump. Each one a reason to head to Raw Beats on their own.

Featuring: Trevor Loveys, Flore ft Rodney P, Young Fathers, Hexadecimal, Squeaks, James Furness, Shakes, Olivier Garth, Bump

Rhythm Factory, 16-18 Whitechapel Road, London, E1 1EW [ GMap ]

10pm to 6am, ยฃ5 entry before 12 and ยฃ10 after

Wednesday December 2, 2009 @ Proud Camden (Camden)
Mad In The City  

MAD returns to Proud for the second instalment of its !Clash! night; the biggest contrast of genres you are likely to have heard. With a huge variety of acts, a ‘clash’ of ideologies, scenes and people, MAD is what you’ve dreaded and wanted, hated and loved. MAD bases its nights around colour (representative of different moods/genres), introduces the live elements of a drummer, crazy visuals and top draw DJs. Each event is a showcase of the different styles presented in short sets to get as much energy into the venue as possible. 

This month, MAD introduces you to the likes of Jonty Finn, pro session musician and all- round mentalist. His drum weaving obscenities span 15 years seeing signings with EMI and Universal, performances at the Isle of Wight festival and hundreds of gigs under his belt. He’ll be battling beneath a some-what schizophrenic journey of sound from up and coming deebee producer, Krane

On the acoustic front, Gilda Axelroud will be starting the evening with her “soothing voice” singing a mixture of folk and pop songs. Catherine Pockson (Cat and Max) will follow, bringing elements of blues and soul to the stage within her beautifully crafted sound. Her songs have gained a lot of attention over the past 6 months leading to constant bookings all over London. Will Varley and his blend of fun, clever and heartfelt tunes will then emerge, guaranteed to get the venue’s feet tapping. 

The DJs.

Founder, a collaboration between Will Kay and Chris Hutchison will be making their debut performance. The guys are being compared to a mashup of Sneaky Sound System, Caspa and David Guetta. MAD !Clash! is the first place to hear their new tracks before their 2010 release. 

“There is too much good music out there to be constrained to one genre!” is the thinking behind James Furness and his eclectic mixes. Having recently returned from Space, Ibiza and having played a host of summer gigs as one half of the Pogo DJs, James will be taking the dancefloor in crazy directions. 

!Clash! has Counterfactual bringing the breaks to Proud. He has been running nights, winning dj competitions and creating mayhem on dance floors over the past few years. You can find him playing at his monthly Headroc slot at Ministry and Pacha.  

One of the founding members of East London’s most long standing squats (491 Gallery) as well as creator of independent label Sumifuka Records, Voodootronix will be spinning the vinyl later in the night. The man has earned somewhat of an underground status in the London drum & bass scene with his Planet Angel appearances and weekly Bass Junkee radio sessions.

“Expect to dance till your feet bleed!” 

Featuring: Gilda Axelroud, Catherine Pockson, Will Varley, James Furness, Founder Counterfactual, Voodootronix Krane

Proud Camden, The Horse Hospital, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden Town, NW1 8AH [ GMap ]

7.30pm-1am, £3 advance, £5 on door

Friday November 6, 2009 @ Hub Club (Whitechapel)
We Have Fun  

We Have Fun returns! After our super stylish, summer spectacular in Brick Lane We Have Fun is back on Friday the 6th November, at the new regular venue of the uber-cool Hub. Once again we'll be bringing you all the latest rave sounds in every style you'll want to hear from a gaggle of awesome DJs all without ever forgetting it's all about having a good party and not taking things too seriously.

For the inaugural night at Hub we've stopped at nothing to get the best lineup yet. Headlining are Peo De Pitte and the AGT Rave Cru. Peo De Pitte has been making huge waves across the Electro and Breaks scenes, with the Swedish maestro's productions getting support from huge names like Sinden, Fake Blood and the Plump DJs. We think he's an even better DJ and his cross-genre vibes will be perfect for We Have Fun.

The AGT Rave Cru are a DJ pair who mashup pretty much anything they can get their hands on creating a pounding, stomping rave beast that's as fun as it is twisted! These guys will get you going crazy to everything from '89 house and techno through to the latest dubstep and fidget!

Supporting our headline heroes is our final guest for the night, playing her first We Have Fun - queen of underground sound Mini Da Minx, erstwhile leader of the Chix in da Mix and promoter of many a quality party! She'll be treating us to a very special set of her best breaks, electro and funk sounds.

As always the We Have Fun residents are on hand to push the party up to 11. This month we have James Furness who's on a roll with recent stand out sets at Space in Ibiza and at Glue back home in London. And last but not least is Hell Yeah who'll be dropping his usual devilish brand of twisted bangers.

Featuring: Peo De Pitte, AGT Rave Cru, Mini Da Minx, James Furness, Hell Yeah

Hub Club, 2 Goulston Street, Whitechapel, E1 7TP [ GMap ]

10pm-4am, £3 NUS, £5 before 12, £7 after

Saturday September 5, 2009 @ Horse & Groom (Shoreditch)

After the huge success of the launch night Glue returns to the Horse & Groom on Saturday 5th September, once again bringing the ultimate party vibe to the intimate surroundings of Shoreditch's best venue. Glue's mix of stellar guest DJs and the ever amazing residents will play the usual mix of electro, breaks, house and all breeds of rave and are guaranteed to give you a top night out.

This month leading the world class DJ set are the Pirate Soundsystem, a London based pair of dance buccaneers who play a sound that mixes all of the capital's hippest bass sound - think of rave, fidget, breakbeat, dubstep and grime all rolled into one. Hot on their heels is Mr No Hands, known both for his genre busting style and his own cartoon videos that grace all his production efforts. Glue's ever up for it crowd can be sure of an animated performance from him!

Along with the Pirate boys and the No Handed one are Apply the Breaks, the breakspoll winning, Luton based Breakbeat collective, famous as both for their Monday Club night and their twisted 4 deck mashups. And as our final guest is James Furness, just returned from Ibiza where he played his first set at Space, who'll be bringing back with him his party tunes and hopefully some Ibizan sun to dreary London!

As always the Glue's residents, Hell Yeah, Bump and Mittens will be rounding out the lineup with there unique charms and special tunes!

Featuring: Pirate Soundsystem, Mr No Hands, Apply the Breaks, James Furness, Hell Yeah, Bump. Mittens, Mysteria, RussMann.X

Horse & Groom, 28 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3NZ [ GMap ]

10pm-4am, £5 entry

Sunday August 9, 2009 @ Space (Ibiza)
Space Ibiza  

Wall of Sound 15th Anniversary

Featuring: Grace Jones (full live show), David Guetta, James Zabiela (exclusive resident), Aeroplane, Alex Taylor, Alex Wolfenden, Alfredo, Andy C, Ben Korbel, David Phillips, Foamo, James Furness, Jason Bye, Jem Haynes, Jon Howell, Lottie, Mark James, Nu Northern S

Space, 07817 Playa D'en Bossa, Ibiza, Spain [ GMap ]
Saturday July 25, 2009 @ Secret Garden Party (Huntingdon)
Secret Garden Party  

Pogo DJs: 2200-2300 on Saturday 25th July @ The Rockery.

Secret Garden Party, Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon [ GMap ]

Tickets £137 for 4 days.

Friday June 5, 2009 @ 333 (Shoreditch)
We Have Fun  

We Have Fun strides into the Summer months with another startling lineup. Headlining upstairs are Breakbeat scene leaders Koma & Bones and Shoreditch Electro mashup kings The Gash DJs. Whilst downstairs electronic robot gods The 9000 lead the charge.

As always supporting are the usual mix of We Have Fun residents and regular guests which this month include an electrifying versus set from Fatman88 and HellYeah, with the pair henceforth known as FKYH. And after the carnage caused last month by one half of the Pogo DJs, the other half, James Furness, brings his own brand of mayhem to the night. Then not to forget Bump and Mittens doing their usual thing with the bands downstairs.

Featuring: Koma & Bones, The Gash DJs, FKYH, James Furness, Bump & Mittens, The 9000

333, 333 Old Street, EC1V 9LE [ GMap ]

10pm-4am, £5 before 12, £10 after

Friday November 7, 2008 @ Cosmobar (Farringdon)


Cosmobar, 50/54 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1M 5PS [ GMap ]
Saturday October 25, 2008 @ Plan B (Brixton)

Welcome to the second instalment of brand new night – Kik Bak, a collaboration brought to you by Badlands (Chew The Fat!), Ficklegruber (Mayo Clinic) & Pogo DJs. Born from their shared love of club music that pushes the boundaries, Kik Bak has been put together by this local collective to give a south London crowd the chance to sample DJs that define the new talent of House, Electro and Techno music (without the need to travel to East London for the pleasure).

Headlining the October event will be Med Damon – part of the infamous Snap, Crackle & Pop collective, a melting pot of House, Bassline and Tech DJs who currently reside at The Egg in Kings Cross. Also attending for a guest spot will be South London DJ Milena (a regular at Inigo & Read the Crowd). Milena’s usual remit brings an eclectic mix of House, Electro, Dubstep & Breaks all dished out in her unique, uncompromising manner!

Featuring: Med Damon (Snap, Crackle & Pop), Milena, Pogo DJs, Ficklegruber

Plan B, 418 Brixton Road, London, SW9 7AY [ GMap ]

11pm-4am, £6 concessions (quote Kik Bak on the door or email

Saturday September 27, 2008 @ Plan B (Brixton)

From the heart of south London comes the brand new monthly party - Kik Bak, a collaboration brought to you by Ficklegruber (Mayo Clinic), Pogo DJs and Badlands (Chew The Fat!). Born from their shared love of club music that pushes the boundaries, KikBak has been put together by this local collective to give a south London crowd the chance to sample DJs that define the new talent of House, Electro and Techno music (without the need to travel to East London for the pleasure). 

Heading up the launch night is a DJ & producer who is no stranger to being at the forefront of a scene. Scott Cooper is currently resident at the pioneering Moda club night, playing regularly alongside the likes of Kissy Sell Out, Sinden, Herve & Simian Mobile Disco. Scott’s productions have already found favour amongst the elite of the House scene, with his collaborations and remixes finding homes on labels such as the Chicago-based Pottymouth & Ministry resident - Lee Mortimer’s Wearhouse imprint, making Scott the perfect guest to introduce what promises to be the best House party south of the river.

Featuring: Scott Cooper (Moda), Breakdown, Badlands (Chew The Fat!), Pogo DJs, Ficklegruber

Plan B, 418 Brixton Road, London, SW9 7AY [ GMap ]

11pm-4am, £6 concessions (quote Kik Bak on the door or email