If anyone knows how to house the place, it's MN2S. At the forefront of the funky and deep house scenes for 13 years, they've released dozens of wicked releases on their label and promoted parties that have seen appearances from many dance music giants and pioneers eager for a slice of the MN2S pie.
This Friday 25th April they're set to blow the roof off London's The End, with a storming line-up of their freshest house hitters. Everyone from house legends Joey Negro, Brian Tappert and CJ Macintosh, to young groovefiends Fedde Le Grand, Danism and The Jinks are due to appear, spanning the divide between electro house and the more soulful styles.
Fedde Le Grand – flushed from the success of smashes like 'Put Your Hands Up For Detroit', last summer's 'The Creeps' and recent number 'Let Me Think About It' featuring Ida Corr, is primed to smash the place, with a four hour set; Joey Negro, the man behind countless hits under a host of pseudonyms, including Jakatta, Raven Maize, Sunburst Band, and Z Factor, will no doubt conjure some of his warm, disco infused magic; and CJ Mackintosh, known for his acclaimed remixes and mix albums for Ministry and Trust the DJ, will keep it on the soulful tip.
Soulfuric main man Brian Tappert will be dropping his distinctive Miami-flavoured grooves, while The Jinks are set to deliver their tasty West London funk. It's bound to be a huge occasion – you know what to do! Tax is £12 before 11pm, £12 in advance, and £15 on the door. Check www.mn2s.com for info. See you there!