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Roman Flugel (Running Back/Dial)
Geddes (mulletover)
Bad Passion Project

Thursday, 21 April 2011
10pm – 6am
The Loft above the Old Shoreditch Railway
8 early bird /10 /15

Nofitstate return after their latest triumphant and floor filled party to bring you another quality night headlined by the multifarious sound of Frankfurt based producer Roman Flugel along with label head Geddes and the leaders of the low-key high octane underground east London parties Bad Passion Project.

Roman Flugel has spent the last 15 years making a full spectrum of electronic music, tackling everything from tribal house to experimental electronic jazz. If you were on a dancefloor in 2004 the chances are your head would have involuntarily banged to his tracks Gehts Noch and Rocker, the latter of which he made as half of Alter Ego. Hes released via a variety of names and from the more serrated edged acidic electro sound of Alter Ego he moved with Jrn Elling Wuttke onto the more soothing scope of Sensorama. Proving hes no slouch as a remixer, he released as the more acid-house Soylent Green to great acclaim, before moving into another musical corner with the downtempo alias Eight Miles High. He has co-produced the last two Sven Vth albums Contact and Fire, released two 12″s in colaboration with David Holmes. Aside from this hes co-founder of the Ongaku/Klang/Playhouse stable of labels run out of Offenbach.

One of deep houses most recent success stories Geddes continues to steer the murmur ship towards great things having just released the nofitstate compilation which has received rewarding reviews and recently christened with the album launch party headlines by FCL. With his calendar filling up with a string of summer dates to look forward to, he continues to spend any spare time in the studio producing and crafting his already impressive discography.

Nofitstate are extremely pleased to welcome back Bad Passion Project after their sterling success, completely owning and moving the back room on the New Years Day. The posse of DJs and promoters specialise in bringing the disco pain to the best of London underground providing a fierce party in a raw warehouse spaces.

This intimate party for just 300 people will be taking place in one East Londons finest loft spaces, perfect for getting lost in the music and night.

Tickets on Ransom Note