EGG 9th Birthday



Bank holiday weekends; time for huge lineups, drinks deals all night and the same old dross time and time again. Add that extra day into the weekend, and innovation seems to go out of the window. Well, if you are still on the lookout for something different, great music and an unbeatable party in one of the capital’s best clubs then look no further than EGG’s 9th birthday with Berlin Berlin.

EGG has built a reputation over the years for bringing the world’s biggest leftfield names to London. Recently redesigned, but still retaining its sense of adventure, EGG is the place to be this Saturday.

Ibiza favourite Monica Kruse is the top of the bill on a an eclectic bill of house, electronica and techno. Her DJ appearances over the past 20 years have helped her build up a solid reputation as a mainstay of electronic music and she continues to help great new artists emerge through her labels Electric Avenue and Terminal M.

Hamburg duo Kaiserdisco will be treating clubbers to their Depeche Mode and Kraftwerk influenced sounds, offering up a mix of their peppered beats with some serious techno, no doubt both Patrick and Frederick will deliver. The duo have built an international reputation by touring throughout Europe, the US and Asia, remixing for the likes of Booka Shade, UMEK and Sweedish pop sensation Robyn has also won them an epic following.

Next up to the decks is D.Ramirez who has achieved a spectacular array of accolades from the industry including five top 20 hits, and both Best Remix and Best Producer awards from DJ Magazine. The infamous DJ and Producer has performed on every continent, making him one of the globes most wanted and influential people on the electronic music scene.

And whilst ‘famous in Holland’ might not be a great billing for most people, Edwin Oosterwal is not about to go and ruin his chance to taken on the world having established himself as a pioneer in his own country over the past 15 years.

All in all, this is not a night for music fans to miss and should help banish those Monday blues for weeks to come.