Lo*kee is one of Londons true underground hero’s doing its thing under the radar since 2008, keeping things moving by using great spaces, having extended hours and of course a certain style of music that is now there signature sound. Crossing seamlessly from house and techno with ease, pace and feeling this party is full stop relaxed, good, great and atmospheric to say the least. Seb, Nic & Ackie run tings and make the show move, sound and look the way it does, to those that know recognise the sign above very well as you will find it at all there parties stroon behind the Djs. Ticket link here.
Lo*kee are more than pleased to announce & welcome Pampa Records to London for the first time ever to celebrate in style. Coming along for the ride will be none other than head honcho DJ Koze and the incredible Robag Wruhme for an all night b2b set from 11pm till 8am, only interrupted by a live performance by Die Vögel.
The man also known as Adolf Noise, Monaco Schranze or 1/3 of International Pony has been one of the parties musical heroes since pretty much forever. His albums ‘Music Is Okay’, ‘Kosi Comes Around’ as well as the remix album ‘Reincarnations’ are classics and so are the surprisingly small number of 12” he’s released since 1998 on labels such as Kompakt, Circus Company and Philpot. In 2009 he started his own imprint Pampa Records, dedicated to releasing club music that’s seriously danceable without recourse to the tried and tested ingredients.
Also an old favourite DJ and producer of Lo*kee, solo or as one half of the legendary Wighnomy Brothers. In 1998 he founded the label Freude Am Tanzen , followed by sublabel Musik Krause in 2002. Robag’s music is self-described as “raving with reason”: sometimes cheerful and sometimes dark but never dull and always full of surprises. For our birthday he will play a super rare 9h set back to back together with buddy Koze, only interrupted by a live performance by Die Vögel. We can’t wait.
Mense Reents and Jakobus Siebels are Die Vögel. They make live techno using tubas and trombones. After seeing them at Fusion Festival two years ago we knew we had to get them down to lo*kee at some point. The legend goes that Koze felt he had to start Pampa Records once he had heard their music. Their energetic tuba techno live show will be the cream on our birthday cake. Bring it on.