Anyone who’s everyone (well, anyone who’s us, at least) is going to be at the Ministry of Sound on 17th July. We your best buddies at DJmag are putting on a party in the 103 room of the number four club in the world, for the low, low price of £10, in an offer that’s available exclusively for DJmag readers.
Sound good? It gets better. Did we mention that Kyle Hall was headlining? An eighteen year old prodigy from Detroit, Hall’s techno-inflected house also touches upon hip-hop and funk. Additionally, he has releases planned on such labels as Hyperdub and Warp, which is a roundabout way of saying that this kid is going to be gigantic, so you should catch him now. Other DJs include Floating Points, who just turned in a killer Georgia Anne Muldrow remix as well as the killer avant-electro of Hot City.
Doing the main room up super big are Sebastien Leger, Format:B, and Super Flu, but who needs established talent when you check the up-and-comers out in our room?
Anyway, like we said, tickets are £10 for DJmag customers, and you can buy those here. If you get tickets through the normal route they’re going to cost you £15, so consider this our way of saying thanks. And if you want super cheap tix, you could always show up to Ministry of Sound at 4:00 am, where they’ll be available for a mere £6.
Snag the tickets, and check the artist MySpace pages for further proof you should be heading out.