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Saturday 25th September

Lost Dawn - 1st Birthday Party
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On: Saturday 25th September
At: Dex Club [map]

From: 10:00 - 060:00
Cost: £7 adv ticket £10-12 O.T.D
Ticket Info: Tickets Available from Lost Dawn Website
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More: LOST DAWN returns on Saturday 25th September with our unique take on electronic music. Our one year voyage into dance and arts had led us to discover some of London’s leading DJ’s and producers and aspiring contemporary artists. Our birthday party continues this tradition with a very special line-up and a brand new venue as we move from Cable in SE1 to Brixton’s DEX club.

Headlining our 1st Birthday night and rising up from the gurgling belly of the underworld comes Disco of Doom AKA DJ and production duo Tom Real and Ben Medcalf.

Their first release, EP1 was released in 2008 on Passenger Records and saw support from the likes of Etienne De Crecy, Alex Metric, Meat Katie. Their second release Warpig / Spawn Again dropped this summer on uber-cool New York label Coco Machete home to artists like Fukkk Offf and Azzido Da Bass.

2010 has seen the duo launch their own London party; How’s My Raving? The first event was a roadblock featuring rave-legends The Ratpack and Zomby whilst the second featured Bolton kings of Donk Blackout Crew and DJ Guy. DOD are also residents for Out The Box at The White House in Clapham which has seen them play with Toddla T, Detroit Grand Pubahs, DJ Zinc and Shadow Dancer. We look forward to hearing some Doom mongering from the boys at our party so don your disco shoes.

We also welcome for the first time Welfare For The Digital AKA Ben Francis and Martin Holden. DJs, producers, promoters and musical evangelists, they are two men on a mission to ignite dance floors wherever they play. In 2001 they launched Supafunkt at Café en Seine in Peterborough and later moved the event to The Bomb in Nottingham.

As their technical skills developed so did their ambition and Welfare for the Digital made the move to London. A new party Innuendo was conceived and the opening night was held at the Ministry of Sound in 2006 with Pete Tong and Tom Novy headlining. Their debut single, 'In the Machine'/'Doha', released by Italian label Le Club Records in September 2009 was supported by DJ’s D.Ramirez, Luke Dzierzek, Popof, Judge Jules and Mario Piu while Eddie Halliwell included 'In the Machine' on his radio show.

Welfare for the Digital have now came to the attention of respected dance labels, Gung Ho! Recordings, who will be releasing 'Flight of the Navigator'/'The Rat Race' in July 2010. This is just the start for WFTD and more dance floor bombs are being lined up for future release and we just can’t wait to hear them drop in September.

Our last guests are Alan Banks & Miles Gorfy. Alan has warmed up Brixton Academy for Paul van Dyk as well as Judge Jules’ Judgement Sunday’s. Alan’s ability to mix up through house, techno and trance has made clubbers and promoters from all genres sit up and listen.

Miles Gorfy has played for Frantic, Sundissential and Polysexual and is an established talent in the hard house scene. Miles has a newer style for us at Lost Dawn so expect big basslines, crazy samples and filthy beats for filthy minds.

The Lost Dawn line-up would not be complete without our ‘Residents’ supplying party tunes with the melodic driving force that is ADAM SYMBIOSIS and our resident house-disco diva CRAIG GUNN

The Arts Space Returns
The Lost Dawn arts space continues to morph and thrive and we have now given the role of curator to past artist Ellie Hawkins to give the evening alternative entertainments in our specially commissioned private rooms with paintings, shoe art with Theon Marcel, magic with Sam Cookney, reflexology with Kate Heilsa much more to be announced.

Region: London
Music: Trance. House. Prog House. Electro House. Tech House. Minimal Techno. Breaks. Electro. Disco.
DJ's: Disco of Doom (aka Tom Real vs Ben Medcalfe)
Welfare For The Digital
Craig Gunn
Adam Symbiosis
Alan Banks
Miles Gorfy

Arts Spaces: Curated by Ellie Hawkins, Theon Marcel, Kate Heilsa Reflexology, Sam Cookney Magic

Who's Going? (8) : Adam Symbiosis, Alan-Banks, Cerberus, Lost Dawn, MarkyMark, Mikel, Miles Gorfy, VinDiesel 
HF Photographer: Cerberus HF Reviewer:
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