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Club Azuli Celebrates Birthday

Not content with running one of the UK's most quality house imprints, Azuli also run some of London's premier partie. This Saturday 21st April, they celebrate the first birthday of Club Azuli at Kings Cross haunt The Cross.

Just a year on from branching out into regular club bashes, one of the UK's most premier underground house imprints – Azuli – can also reliable lay claim to one of the finest house nights in the capital. This Saturday 21st April, Club Azuli celebrate their first birthday at Kings Cross' heavenly Cross venue with a two room party that covers the full spectrum of house.

Taking charge of the main room, hotshot Italian producers the Cube Guys will be heading the bill – ahead of their forthcoming Azuli release 'Eric Lavelle' – alongside Azuli boss David Piccioni and Azuli Ibiza ressie Jo Mills who will be jetting in from Singapore especially. That's what we call dedication. A talent to watch, Sean Brosnan will be warming things up with a deep, warm melange of quality groove-fuelled house.

The party fever will also spread into the adjoining enclaves of The Lounge where a certain Norman Jay has been recruited to lead the charge. One of the finest and most respected house DJs in the globe, Norman will be joined by Azuli regular Tony English. Vertigo man Salvo Benardi, Lynda Phoenix and the Togetherness crew.

Meanwhile, Azuli have also announced that they will be moving to the world famous Space for the imminent Ibiza season following two successful years at El Divino.

"It's probably one of the most natural things for us really," said Azuli's head honcho David Piccioni. "We've always had a special relationship with the island and when you talk about Ibiza clubs, Space is the first place you think of. For us at Azuli to be part of that is very exciting, and something we're deeply honoured about."