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Friday 9 December 2011 10:00pm - 6:00am

Egg, 200 York Way, Kings Cross. London. N1. England

10 Before 12.30. 15 after.

Hannah Holland
Dexter Kane
Society DJs
Tim Hilton

Funkystepz (Hyperdub/Rinse FM)
R1 Ryders
Widowmaker (Wheel & Deal/Audio Doughnuts)

Plus special guest:
Palace (Unknown to the Unknown single launch)

Josh Caffe
Josh Lipworth

Hannah Holland is a product of all the best bits of London club culture from the last
decade; all the most innovative and exciting parties, scenes, movements, subcultures and
music genres condensed into one frenetic curly haired DJ. Recently nominated for best
breakthrough DJ, in DJ Mag, Ms Hollands star has been on the rise ever since she landed
a residency at high-octane east end institution Trailer Trash over five years ago and has
recently made a habit of rocking dancefloors for respected parties like Bugged Out, The
Warehouse Project, Fabric, Ibizas Amnesia, Serbias notorious Exit Festival as well
as Japan and Australia. Like the best DJ talents Hannah puts her dancefloor expertise to
good use in the studio and released her first track, the critically acclaimed
Banshee, on Mike Mondays Playtime label in November 08 , since then she's
remixed for artists like Lionrock, Yo Majesty, Worthy and Yankee Zulu and has new material
ready to roll on Playtime and her own label Batty Bass Records.

Ms Holland is equally at home stealing the show in big rooms and festivals as she is
capturing hearts in grimy basements and warehouse raves in the small hours; her unique DJ
sets combine all the best bits of deep sleazy techno, electro, house - all driven by her
love of bass! In 2006 Hannah started Bastard Batty Bass as a vehicle to pursue the more
eclectic side of her musical repertoire alongside long time collaborator Mama. BBB has
since become something of a monster with mobbed monthly parties at The Star of Bethnal
Green (described by Time Out as "one of London's finest clubs a must-do on the UK's
club calendar"), a hugely popular podcast, a cutting edge clothing line and a record label
now 7 releases in , all getting plays on specialists shows on Radio One ,Kiss FM to name a
few as well being loved by underground djs across the board. KISS 100 have takent Hannah
on board for a debut presenting show, filling in for Joe Ransom in August! Her recent move
to Berlin have honed Hannah's studio skills, with unique house and techno productions
about to drop in November , early support from Heidi, Jesse Rose, Smokin Jo, Tayo & Azari
& III to name a few!!! Plus an artist album to be released in the new year, the batty
beats brightly roll on!!

Dexter Kane is the latest endeavour in a string of projects from long time music industry
aficionado and master of indecision, Ed Kane. Whilst permanently keeping one ear close to
the ground yet refusing to be pigeonholed, Dexter has developed a sound that lies
somewhere towards the deeper end of the dance music spectrum. He has signed tracks to the
likes of Fear of Flying, Akbal Music and WYS!, as well as to Lower East, which he co-runs.
Despite the recent nature of the project's inception, Dexter has found himself playing
across the UK, Europe and in places as far flung as Brazil.

After bursting on to the UK Bass music scene with their debut release Burnout EP in 2009,
R1 Ryders have been tearing up show after show with their trademark Funkitek sound; their
own high energy blend of House, Hardcore, Jungle and Rave. They describe their forward
thinking dance floor destroying music simply as "That Energy Sound". R1 Ryders have since
released their second and third EPs entitled "Full Throttle" and "Full System"
respectively and their fourth "Pole Position EP" is going to be released Summer 2011. Fact
Magazine named them Producers to watch in 2010 and R1 are widely recognized as one of the
most exciting acts to come through the UK music scene of late. The Funkitek outfit's
DJ/Producer Karnak and MC Skeelo have been igniting dancefloors, connecting the dots
between Grime, Dubstep, Funky and DnB, and have remixed acts like La Roux, Major Lazer and
The Count & Sinden among other artists. Whilst receiving support from key taste makers
like Sinden, Mistajam, Mary Anne Hobbs and Benji B the Ryder's DJ sets are simply
unmissable showcasing many R1 productions around the hottest dubplates in bass music.

SOCIETY DJs are the promoters and residents behind SOCIETY, a series of happening acid
house parties held across London Town. The pair have had a busy summer, playing alongside
dance music pioneers and DJ royalty; Marshall Jefferson, the voice of Chicago house Robert
Owens, Colin Dale, Trevor Fung and Terry Farley. Their underground events bring together
these huge figureheads of dance music alongside a new vanguard of sonic movers and
shakers, including; Andy Blake, Neville Watson, Slackk, Urban Nerds, Bubba, all embracing
the early house sounds of acid, Chicago and other electronic sounds.

The duo also run Class of 808, a blog dedicated to the exploration of early dance music;
and Offset Festival a weekend outdoor event which again pieces together the old, new and
usual of music royalty. Don't expect easy club hits, this Essex pairing like to dig

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