Announcing the launch of our new event â€œM I S C U E".
Maybe we did miss our cue, but weâ€™ve decided to come on anyway!!
M I S C U E is a representation of how music has evolved for us, maybe now to the point of being experimental, but weâ€™ve got the knowledge and experience to give you a night to remember. Our collaboration of worldwide DJâ€™s and experience will see a mix of old skool and new across all genres to suit everyone whether youâ€™re a Bar fly or full on Raver. M I S C U E will be held at Farringdonâ€™s best known secret, Fluid. Synonymous with contemporary drinking and heaving club parties, we think itâ€™s the perfect venue to get the ball rolling.
Surprise guest - (Guy Noir)
Bevan Miller BevanMiller.com
A man accustomed to playing almost any sound due to his incredible ability to add his to touch to it and make it his own. Having played at events up and down New Zealand, Australia and UK Bevan has the experience and know-how to make your night one to remember!
While living in Auckland in 1997 and playing hip-hop with friends, Bevan put his first piece of vinyl on a turntable and never looked back. 1998 brought the height of Trance and Bevan was found at the infamous Hullabaloo parties supporting internationals in the biggest venues in Wellington.
For the next 10 years Bevan diversified across-the-board in genres and held many branded club nights and a weekly radio show â€œRush Hourâ€. Developing into a tough tech sound, melodic break downs every set is a musical roller coaster. Bevan joined Techno Rockers a collaboration of DJ peers who played a mashup of genres in main rooms across New Zealand.
More recently Bevan can be found at the Gallery hosted at Ministry of Sound.
Having been introduced to the joys of House music just before the turn of the century Hamish is a devout supporter of all things House and music related. In 1999 whilst studying at varsity in Palmerston North, New Zealand he joined then Radio Massey as a volunteer DJ, it wasnâ€™t long before he convinced the station manager to host his own show in a late night Tuesday show to complement his play listed daytime slot. Soon after this he scored his first gig, and was welcomed into the local scene where he became close friends with several local DJâ€™s , where Hamish gained a solid reputation amongst his peers, holding down residencies @ Harvesters & UNO and playing numerous other parties and events in the city.
In 2001 he joined the Matrix Crew with fellow DJ Shortstop to hold down a monthly residency @ the Twisted? events in Wellington, they immediately developed a strong following in the capital playing back to back late night sets. 2003 saw a move Wellington where he would join local dance station Firm FM and continue to pursue his passion for House music playing regularly in and around the area for the next 5 years.
Early 2008 saw another move, this time to London where he has spent plenty of time digging in the crates, adding to an arsenal of 12â€ records. A huge fan of vinyl Mish likes nothing more than seeing a needle in the groove, expect a solid mix of House rhythms and grooves form this experienced Kiwi selecta.
k-gun started his djing career playing at semi-private gigs at south-east london and clubs in the suburbia of Patras/Greece, putting forward amen breaks and deep basslines that ear-marked the drum and bass era of the mid-90s. Witnessing the rise and fall of d&b as a mainstream dance culture in the London clubscene, k-gun, at the time engrossed by the likes of jon carter/monkey mafia and the like, swiftly expanded his breakbeat arsenal further to include the all-important element of groove. 10 years down the line k-gun still paints his aural audioscapes with beats and bass aplenty - a reminder of an era when shooting was sharp, and a cigar was just a cigar.
Surprise guest (Guy Noir) Guy Noir - MySpace
With a name more suitable to a private eye than a dj duo, Guy Noir is coming at you at full force. Born out of a cross of diverse backgrounds and disciplines, the London based duo is spicing up your current techno aesthetics by adding a pinch of house thatâ€™s sprinkled with a touch of sleaze.
Guy Noir is Gowerâ€™s and Georgeâ€™s black box that embodies their visceral secrets ranging from their Hispanic and Greek musical roots to their seductive sound that works the dance floors.
Raised within the emerging club scene of the late 80s, Guy Noir is the love child of Gowerâ€™s diligent sound engineering and Georgeâ€™s acclaimed design skills. Heavily blessed with taste and cursed with extensive dj backgrounds, the boys decided to put their music production techniques together and deliver their attitude this time through their own music.