Native City presents ‘Fight’ EP Launch Party w/Smokin Jo, Hannah Holland, Deboa, JP, 30th Sept, Book Club, LDN
Sunday 30th September 2012
Native City presents ‘Fight’ EP Launch Party
5 PM – 12AM
Smokin’ Jo, Hannah Holland, Deboa, JP
Venue: The Book Club, 100-106 Leonard St, London EC2A 4RH
London has a date with Berlin on a sunny Sunday evening. The place, “Native City,” the soundtrack, Native City Records.
Native City is the launch of the new sister label to Batty Bass; the hotly anticipated Native City Records from long time collaborators Deboa and Hannah Holland.
Native City is inspired by London's dynamic culture of bass abundant House and Techno and the uplifting atmosphere and of Berlin's hallmark Sunday afternoon sessions. As the sun sets, the DJs will begin to introduce darker and mysterious grooves to leave Londoner’s Jacking into Sunday night.
Joining Hannah and Deboa for their first installment is London’s original purveyor of groove based House and Techno, Smokin’ Jo. She’s been taking dance floors deeper since landing her first gig in the early ’90s at the infamous afterhours party Trade, and has been on a global house journey ever since. Jo is a formidable selector as anyone has seen her can attest.
Also, Native City introduces hot new signee JP. JP’s talent in the studio and DJ box is clear for all music lovers to see. With a style reminiscent of Seth Troxler and Kerri Chandler expect a potent mix to warm up proceedings.
The Book Club’s basement has been chosen especially to host. Reminiscent of spaces such as Berlin’s Watergate with its ceiling of lights, cocktails plus delicious sound-system, it is the ideal venue to forget about Monday, until its 12am close.