Tag: Yacine Dessouki

Immerse Yourself Into The World Of Anomalia London

London event series Anomalia first appeared on the capital’s underground party scene in November last year. Since then it has established itself as one of the most exciting and forward thinking events in the country. Why? Well the night has a focus on fully immersive audio-visual experiences. Its mission is to provoke the senses and evoke your deepest emotions, send your spirit soaring and bring your heart to places it’s never been before. Musical and visual storytelling always characterise each event, and themes so far have included Alice in Wonderland as well as party focused on Hayao Miyazaki, the Japanese ... Read more

Anomalia’s 2017 Begins With Miyazaki’s World

After the huge success of their first event, Anomalia is all poised to elevate the European nightlife scene once again, one immersive event at a time. Next up is a reinterpretation of Hayao Miyazaki’s world, orchestrated through the sounds of Audiofly, BLOND:ISH, Maher Daniel, and Yacine Dessouki on March 3rd at the Steelyard London.  Hayao Miyazaki is a Japanese film director, producer, screenwriter, animator, author, and manga artist with a body of work spanning five decades. In that time he has has attained international acclaim as a masterful storyteller and as a maker of anime feature films and, along with Isao Takahata, co-founded Studio Ghibli, a film ... Read more

“I Was Immersed Immediately”…We Recall What Went Down At Anomalia’s Launch Last Friday

Despite the great news of the nations’ beloved Fabric re-opening, London is starved for diverse clubbing experiences that other countries boast. However, it only takes one night to restore a persons’ faith in London clubbing. Anomalia was that night. EC1’s ‘The Steelyard’ is a venue I have returned to many times over the past two years since its opening, due to its space and sound. Yet, to see it transformed into a magical, whimsical Alice in Wonderland inspired experience took it to a whole new level. I arrived at 11pm not knowing what to expect. As I entered, dark, ambient ... Read more