SAVED at Ministry Of Sound
Sat 10th March
As their final label outing on home soil before heading off to Miami 2012, Saved Records will be taking over Ministry of Sound on March 10th. The south-east London club where label boss Nic Fanciulli first encountered the capital’s addictive house scene back in the 90s, will welcome an array of Saved artists that ensured the best year yet for the imprint in 2011.
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In The Box, Nic will be joined by German techno don Robert Dietz for a special b2b session. Two giants of both the decks and the studio, the pair will combine forces for a master selection of cutting edge techno. Complementing each other’s varied styles, this set is sure to be an explosive celebration of the best of the underground. Joining them in the dark, cavernous surroundings of The Box will be the always thought provoking Argentine, Guti. Blessed with an innate musicality that stretches far beyond most DJs, Guti has built a reputation for delivering memorable performances. His special live show tonight is certain to provide yet another one for the electronic halls of fame. Subb-an, the young Brit who has exploded onto the global scene throughout the last year completes the lineup in the main room. The Leeds native made a huge noise on the scene in 2011, nowhere least than dropping the huge ‘This Place’ on Saved at the tail end of the year. Expect only the highest quality of underground house and techno as the 23 year old demonstrates why he is already considered to be one of the most exciting talents the UK has to offer.
Saved continue their takeover in 103, where eclectic party starters Italoboyz will be joined by prolific Greek producer Nikola Gala and Saved label manager, Mark Fanciulli. ‘The Tide’ provided Mark with a huge summer anthem in 2011, with new track ‘Sacrifice’ looking sure to continue the trend.
2012 already looks to be another mammoth year for Saved. With huge events already planned for Miami, Maidstone and ADE, not to mention the up-coming Balance compilation from head honcho Nic Fanciulli, Saved are undoubtedly deserved of their reputation as one of the most respected labels around. Taking over Ministry of Sound gives you the chance to catch them in the UK before they set off around the world to continue their global domination