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Friday 24th June – Sosure Music with Danism + Train

Monday, June 20th, 2016


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Danism + Train
Alias Rhythm

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SoSure Music are back at Basing House in June with Danism and Train headlining the party

SoSure Music is an up and coming London based label that is quickly building a strong artist roster and quality catalogue across its vinyl and digital releases. Working with both emerging talent and some established names, SoSure Music is gathering widespread support.

Having played last October, Danism return and this time around they are joined by their latest collaborators to mark a series of 3 new releases signed to the label. ‘It’s Personal’ is dropped in May and sees Danism combine with Symbol while Alias Rhythm put his slant on the remix. A new EP will drop in July and a new production with Arnold Jarvis on vocal is also scheduled for later in the year. We’re looking forward to them taking the helm in June.

Alias Rhythm and Nineteen96 will also be laying it down on the night. Get your tickets in advance from £5.

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Saturday 25th June – Superfiction Recordings

Monday, June 20th, 2016


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Blind Minded  (live)
Stefano Aluzzi

Superfiction Recordings back to London for our regular bi-monthly Shoreditch madeness. Label sopranos Italoboyz and Blind Minded welcome Berlin’s – Club Der Visionare and Hoppetosse King Stefano Aluzzi, with his groovy – dubby sound to make another unmissable party!

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Saturday 18th June – Sync London // Tim Sheridan

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016


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Tim Sheridan
Miley & Joe Atkinson
Doi Prie
Joe Fellowes
Char Lewis & Paul Gardener

Saturday 18 June we return to the best intimate venue london has to offer , Basing House .

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Tim Sheridan got his first industry break in 1988 via The Utah Saints, recruited to DJ with their collective and work on promoting raves in the north. Tim also worked on early electronic music in Parkside Studios in Leeds alongside legendary indie artists such as Cud and The Wedding Present. The Utah Saints went on to global success, at their peak supporting U2 on stadium tours and the first act to use turntables on Top of the Pops. Tim went his own way as a DJ and himself became an international name over a 30 year stint behind the decks and in the studio.

Along with the Utahs he formed a KLF-style situationist outfit called Dope Smugglaz and was signed by DJ megastar Paul Oakenfold to his Perfecto label. They went on to tour around the globe supporting Paul. They scored a number one dance single and appeared on TV, headlined venues and festivals worldwide. Their second single was ‘A’ listed in advance by Radio One for 9 weeks, a first at that time. Tim also directed all the band’s videos and was the first director to use the now standard ‘motion capture’ technique in a pop promo.

Tim has been the resident DJ for global superclubs Cream, Home, Manumission Ibiza, Ministry of Sound, Space Ibiza, Turnmills, The Key and Matter and for some years toured constantly in the gaps between resident obligations. He remains the most frequently booked guest at the UK’s longest running club ‘Back to Basics’ and similarly at Mr. C’s world famous Superfreq parties. He’s been the headliner at every major venue in the world and by the millennium had appeared at nearly every festival.

Tim co-founded the Kiss FM radio network outside of London, taking it to the rest of the UK in the late 90s. Establishing for the first time a regional network competitive with the monopolies of the nationals. It was so successful it lived only 2 years before being bought outright by a large media corp for a record sum.

All during his career Tim has written extensively. In particular for iconic magazine Jockey Slut as well as Muzik, 7 magazine, DJ magazine and is currently exclusive to Mixmag for features. Mixmag is the biggest dance industry publication in the world by some margin to this day. Tim was also at the forefront of the online revolution, and as well as kickstarting influential early forums he helped found Ibiza Voice, a global leader in online dance music coverage.

It’s Ibiza Tim is best known for. Working there seasonally his whole career and living there full time for some years. He took the island by storm in 2003 with his Nastydirtysexmusic beach parties and went on to tour the concept globally. The brand helped revive the fortunes of Ministry of Sound and became the venue’s flagship event until Time Out recognised it in 2006 as the number one New Years Eve event of the capital. Tim felt it correct to go out on a high note and closed it the day after. The associated live album recorded at Ministry went on to be a number one around the world.

After decades of touring and rock ’n’ roll lifestyle Tim took a step back for health reasons and went on to concentrate on his record label. Veryverywrongindeed or VVWI was a great success at the crux of the change to digital, and still books out large venues as an event to this day. VVWI recently celebrated 10 happy years with a huge gig at Ministry of Sound, Halloween 2015.

Tim’s studio work spans many years and styles and in many guises. He’s remixed Moloko, Finitribe, Brand New Heavies, Arthur Baker and Talvin Singh amongst many many others. He’s worked with classical composer Rhys Chatham at the Royal Festival Hall and recorded with Happy Monday’s frontman Shaun Ryder as well as legendary folk hero Howard ‘Mr Nice’ Marks. In terms of the underground scene the work is literally too numerous to list on one page.

Tim lives in-between Brixton, the internet and the Yorkshire Dales.

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Friday 17th June – Get On Up

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016


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Headliners TBA
Get On Up DJs

Following our sell-out show on the first weekend of the year, Get On Up is returning to Basing House for another night of Disco debauchery.

As usual, our residents will be providing the grooves alongside some of London’s finest up-and-coming funky selectors. We’re giving a platform to DJs who don’t usually get to play their disco gems, so expect the unpredictable.

Tickets are £5 advance and £10 on the door. We’re also running a cheaper entry with names on the wall list over on our facebook event:

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Free Download: Third Son – Roboturner

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Third Son may have only debuted in late 2014, but what a year it’s been since. Tapping into his instinctive musical heritage, the Londoner has already landed releases for the likes of Noir Music, Sincopat and Einmusika. And – continuing a already jet-setting touring schedule – his winter plans include gigs in Kiev, Berlin and Mexico City.

Third Son’s ‘Roboturner’ has caused quite a ruckus online. Revealed on soundcloud as one of his “white label tracks”, it’s featured in most of Third Son’s sets for the past 6 months, and there’s a reason for that.

The dance-floor aimed beat packs a serious punch. Complete with the artists signature analogue bass sound, unmistakable drums, and eerie late night mid section, expect to be hearing this one on repeat in the clubs for some time. To celebrate him reaching on 20,000 followers on facebook we are giving it away!


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DAF – June B4 Promo Mix (Tracklist Included)

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Promotional mix for B4 @ Basing House 11/6/16 with Third Son, Normski and Mr Shiver:

DAF & Blackhill – Turning Me (Lerio Corrado Remix) (DAF Moody Edit) [Forthcoming – Faceless Recordings]
Third Son – Prospara (Original Mix) [Stil Vor Talent]
Solee – Bonkers (Marcus Meinhardt Remix) [Einmusika Recordings]
DAF & Blackhill – Apparition (Original Mix) [Unsigned]
Geddes – Understand Feat. Normski (Original Mix) [20/20 Vision Recordings]
DAF – Shaman (Barber Remix) [Forthcoming – Faceless Recordings]
Danny Serrano – Wake (Metodi Hristov Remix) [Eat and Beat]
Barber – Black Magic [Unsigned]
Marshall Jefferson – Mushrooms (Tom Finn Secret Mix) [White Label]
Ronnie Spiteri – No Rush (Original_Mix) [Forthcoming – Twisted Fusion]
DAF & Blackhill – Misconception (Original Mix) [Unsigned]
Rodriguez Jr – Braumstig [Mistakes Music]
Art Department – Much Too Much (Original Mix) [Crosstown Rebels]

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Third Son – Syncopat / Suara / Noir Music
Normski – Eastern Electrics / Get Tronic / Hoxton FM
Mr Shiver – Size Doesn’t Matter / RVS Music
DAF LDN – ElRow Music / Faceless Recordings / B4
Rasa – Flymusik Records

After such an amazing party in April we return to London’s favourite small venue…Basing House;

Situated on Kingsland Road in the very heart of Shoreditch, this 300 capacity late-license venue is the ideal setting for parties of a more intimate nature.
With its first-class FUNKTION 1 sound system and a dedication to underground music, Basing House has all the right ingredients for a big night out. In addition, the spacious roof garden for those of you who wish to take a break from the main room and grab some fresh air.

>>Nominated best small UK club in DJ Mag<<

Third Son

Third Son’s goal has always been simple – to make the best music he can. Coming from a musical family and trained as a musician from a young age, his innate passion for music has taken him through styles and experimentation the world over.
2015 was special. Within one year of conception, Third Son was touring the globe and releasing on highly regarded labels such as Noir Music, Einmusika and Sincopat, while developing his own brand of electronic music from his London studio.
2016 promises something more from the 25 year old. Already having a loaded gig schedule, releases set on home and novel labels, such as Stil Vor Talent, and a full album concept in the pipe-line to boot. A special live set will also be revealed including all original material, referencing his past while pointing to the future of his unique journey.


An iconic and prolific individual, Normski has worked in the fields of Music / Tv / Clubs / media for over 20 years.

“Music is the food of my life and just about everything I do is in the world of sounds”

He started to DJ in the late 80’s mixing between a belt drive Technics 1200 and a cassette player in his bedroom and recording demo’s on his Fostex X15 multitrack tape recorder. During a trip in 87 to Detroit he was invited to the studio of Juan Atkins to record a vocal over one of his tracks “Yeah Yeah Yeah”. This track made it to the Kevin Saundersons KMS compilation LP Techno 1 and less than a year later Normski was designing the sleeve for the same Album. Cementing his position in the foundations of today’s contemporary and dance music scene.

As a DJ he has had the opportunity to play for many high quality clubs and underground venues like Ministry of Sound, Area, Egg Club, Fabric, The Cross(RiP) Pacha London, Hidden, SW1, Electrowerkz, Traffic Ibiza, The Book Club, CAMP, 333, Jamm , The Wellington, Cafe De Paris, Lovebox, Glastonbury, Bestival, Bangface weekender, Herbal, Bar Vinyl,The End, Cambridge and Reading Fez clubs actually too many to mention from the UK as far as Japan to Mauritius through Europe and back.

Since the beginning of 2012 he has started a new show online for Hoxton FM called “GeT.Tronic” specialising in all things house and electronic and featuring fellow world renowned guest DJ’s such as A Guy Called Gerald, Stef Manni and Robert Owens, Mr C, Hannah Holland, Crazy P, Electronic Youth, Stan-ley Deep London records, EL Chico, DJ Blush and Erique Dial.

“I have been in the music business for most of my life and spent the last 20 yrs perfecting my infectious, live and energetic Dj skills. I love to rock the party, but if i’m not behind the decks rocking the crowd then I’ll be rockin on the dance floor”.

Mr Shiver

Music has played a part in Mr Shiver’s life, playing up and down the country; Manchester, Bristol, Bournemouth and even Middlesborough, also playing at events in European cities such as Paris and Amsterdam.

More recently his love of house music prompted him to start producing some of that too and he collaborated with Mulletover head honcho Geddes on his ‘Trial and Error’ EP which was released on Tsuba records.
The Mulletover connection has resulted in him Djing many times at their parties and after parties over the years,playing a broad mixture of disco, house and techno.

Other favourite gigs have included playing twice on the Sancho Panza rig at the Notting Hill Carnival and at one of their legendary boat parties. Also, Djing for WetYourself! at Fabric 7 times and in 2014 playing for the Kraken Rum tent at Festival No.6 all weekend alongside Sir Norman Jay, Dave Beer and Bez and also Don Letts!

Most weekends Mr Shiver can be found plying his trade in various clubs/warehouses in London town. Playing a wide variety of music, depending on the party he’s playing at………


With such a mixed and wide variety of musical influence, there is often much diversity in DAF’s sets ranging from Progressive to Tech to Techno and everything in-between. Always looking to further his knowledge of music, this becomes apparent within his creativity.
Following DAF’s debut EP release on Recess Recordings early last year, 2015 saw him concentrate on his production. After his recent track signing ‘Trouble’ to the infamous Elrow Music, an EP planned for release on Faceless Recordings this summer, and a remix for Pandora Drive dropping soon, 2016 is shaping up nicely.
He has just secured new studio premises in East London and is starting to uncover plans for a new label imprint. With track and remix requests in the pipeline it’s clear he is on the right path and thing’s certainly look bright for the future.
DAF is also the founder and co-owner of B4. Showcasing carefully selected artist’s across London’s best venue’s. A party with forward thinking music for forward thinking people…


Rasa, originates from Lithuania but is now based in London working as an Electronica Songwriter/Producer/DJ and Singer. Her first touch with electronic music was working as a music journalist and editor of the music column at international fashion magazine. Trained as an opera singer, jazz musician and music composer, Rasa found her passion in electronic music. From acoustic music compositions and performances with live bands she mutated her sound towards electronica, tech-house and techno to exploit the wide spectrum of her vocals. Having established her personal artist name Rasa, she moved to London, where after a one year period she made her debut at FlymusiK Recordings who released her first EP ‘Faded Lines’. She got to collaborate with Taylor (Poker Flat Recordings, KMS Records, OFF Recordings) for a remix of her track ‘Two Women’. Rasa also gained attention from local promoters to play and become a resident at their music events.

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Friday 10th June -Output LDN

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016


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AJ Taylor
Andreas Pavlou
Jack Patrick
James Morris
Lindsey Matthews
Terrel Reece

Output LDN returns on June 10th to Basing House after a very successful launch party with another line up of fresh local talent to keep the grooves rolling on your Friday night.

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Marcelo Tag Podcast March 2016

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

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NGE Podcast 025: Clive Henry Live At Circo Loco DC10

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

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