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Go BackFOREIGN MUCK CHRISTMAS WEEKENDER - London based promoter delivers 2 days of stimulating beats! ++ Win tickets

Posted: 15/11/05 13:28

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It’s the coming of age of London’s favourite importer of the crème de la crème of the European Union’s electronic DJs...

  The aptly named Foreign Muck is hitting London town with their debut weekender to be held at 2 of London’s most prestigious venues over the yuletide season. With tickets available for 1 night or the whole weekend, there’s no excuse for not getting involved. Fuck the work do, the Christmas party starts right here.

Foreign Muck established in June 2003 offering London clubbers an alternative to the mostly bland diet of electroclash, progressive, and funky house on offer to the club scene at the time. The concept was to introduce foreign artists that are established in their home territories, yet rarely play in the UK.

Foreign Muck is now a highly acclaimed club night that’s synonymous with quality electronic music and is staging a 2-day Christmas weekender at The Key and SeOne. Foreign Muck have been the leading light in pioneering the underground European sound across the spectrum over the past two years and have launched a wide variety of artists to the London club scene – many of whom now regularly grace the decks of Fabric and The End.

 THE PARTY: Friday 9th December @ The  Key, King Cross, N1
11pm – 5am
Dixon (Innervision / Sonar Kollectiv)
Boris Horel (Most Records)
Greg Sonata (Sketch)
Free exclusive Xmas gift for the first 100 through the door!

 THE RAVE: Saturday 10th December @ Seone, London Bridge, SE1
11pm – 7am
Ivan Smagghe (Blackstrobe / Kill The DJ)
Dan Ghenacia (We Love …Space / DC10)
Jerome Pacman(Freak n Chic / Crack & Speed)
Sweetlight – LIVE (Freak n Chic)
:Terry: (20/20 vision / Crack & Speed / Perlon)
Dyed Soundorom
Greg Sonata (Most Records)
Boris Horel (Sketch)

- Advance Tickets for Saturday (£10+booking fee) allow entry to Friday for £6. Otherwise tickets are available on the door
- Friday @ The Key  £7 before 10pm / £10 thereafter
- Saturday @ SeOne - £13 all night. 
- Tickets are available at or selected record stores such as Phonica.

Words by The frog