The Space Cowboy (AKA Nick Dresti) return in masterful fashion. “Across the Sky” is taken from the forthcoming album “Big City Nights” which is set to be released this side of Christmas He’s always had an ear for a killer hook, and “Across The Sky” certainly fits that bill. It has radio written all over it. Be prepared to hear this all over the place as we head into the Autumn.
The brilliant radio edit is complimented with mixes from some fairly new names that you should be hearing more from very soon. Stadium Rockers – Young, fresh and new remixers offering an all out Electro-Synth-Pop-Rock Remix for the Cowboy. Dirty and simple, this is gonna work on loads of floors…
Miss Frenchie – French Dj and producer Miss Frenchie has been making quite a name for herself in the Bootleg and Breaks scene, with her supercharged Rock bootlegs getting major props from XFM, and having Dj’d with Fatboy Slim on his Palookaville tour. She turns in a beautifully synthetic reworking that’s hinged on a bounding bassline and darker minimal tones.
Duck Rock – Super Dj Duck Rock from Japan is THE number one New Wave Rock Disco Dj in Tokyo. Having played with Peaches at the impossibly hip night ‘Vanity’ and Dj’ing with Fatboy Slim. Also just played with Space Cowboy at the mighty Ageha superclub in Tokyo. A subtle and sleek mix to complete the package.
Tiger Trax presents The Filth & The Fury 10pm – 5am
Friday 28th October @ 333 Club EC1
£5 before 11pm / £10 after
Get ready for a night full of dirty and debaucherous tunes mixed in with floor filling chart bites when Tiger Trax hit one of the most stylish clubs in London – the 333 club in Hoxton.
With performances from the crème de la crème of up and coming and already finely tuned musical faves, both DJs and bands, it’s going to be eclectic to the max and sure to please anyone from student fashionistas, indie liberscenesters to house music heads alike.
The Filth & The Fury hits Hoxton featuring:
Space Cowboy (Tiger Trax)
Nick Dresti hits the decks hot on the heels of his future release ‘Across The Sky’ which is sure to have the same chart topping success as ‘I Would Die For You’. Be prepared to hear this all over the place as we head into the autumn.
The brilliant video is a masterclass in how to make the perfect pop promo - pool parties and lovely ladies included of course. It’s already all over MTV.
Hoxton Whores (Manifesto)
London’s finest Hoxton Whores have made a name for themselves around all the hottest parties with their signature style of fiercely filthy house. Their massive track ‘Cream V’s The Hoxtons’ is being played all over town and is proving to be a huge buzz track.
Miss Frenchie (XFM)
French Dj and producer Miss Frenchie has been making quite a name for herself in the Bootleg and Breaks scene, with her supercharged Rock bootlegs getting major props from XFM, and having Dj’d with Fatboy Slim on his Palookaville tour.
Also sets from Woolly Mammoth, Matt Rylan, Lady Grace and Kidd Cutt
Akira The Don (Interscope)
Seemingly from out of nowhere, Adam Alphabet - aka Akira The Don - has come out of Anglesey to Miami and recently inked a six-album deal with massive American label Interscope (home of Eminem, Limp Bizkit, Marilyn Manson, 50 Cent, Jimmy Eat World, AFI and many more).
One of the most hotly tipped new bands for 2006 by NME who ‘Make Jet look like Girls Aloud.’ (NME)
Snow White (White Heat Records)
Snow White may just be one of the most exciting art bands to come out of London. They make the Queens of Noize liberscene bands of this world seem like a stylised copy. Their off-kilter thrash a minute, ranting, chanting music is truly an inspiration.
And also featuring The Heys