Tag: Promoter

Promoter Interview: City Sound Project

City Sound Project (CSP) 2017 is on the horizon, touching down on the first bank holiday boasting a massive display of music and arts across the picturesque Canterbury. CSP has been bringing together music from all sides of the spectrum alongside a plethora of cultural and artistic installations. This 29th and 30th of April will be no exception as the brand welcomes the likes of David Rodigan MBE, House Gospel Choir, James Hype and Detlef with Solid Grooves also joining the fray for an exclusive showcase in the historic city. The boutique festival takes place in unique venues across the ... Read more

Promoter Interview: Ben Cordery (Transitions London)

Transitions is a truly one of a kind festival. Taking place in London, next to Thorpe Park, on July 29th and 30th, it marries on point musical offerings from headliners like Mistajam, Tough Love, Eton Messy and Artful Dodger, with a very watery theme: it is a one stop shop for surfers, right on a beach, and allows you to party under the stars as well as experience the intensity of the highest level of Extreme Sports. We decided to call up the man behind it all, Ben Cordery, to find out when the idea came to him, who is ... Read more

Promoter Interview: Sam Tucker (Just A Little)

Just A Little launched Saturday 26 May 2012 in an unrivalled style. The crew stands for great parties in incredible venues, and all elevated with a highly personal touch. Sam Tucker always tries to do something different with Just A Little and through many creative elements they manage to create something new each time. It all started in Leeds, but now, Just A Little also hosts events in London where they will host the Global Rhythms night with Gilles Peterson. Just a Little and Tremors’ next event with Gilles Peterson, Channel One Sound System, Romare, Werkha (full live band) + more will take ... Read more

Promoter Interview: Andy Peyton (XOYO)

XOYO is one of the best medium-sized venues in London, without a doubt. Every weekend they present a superb selection of well-programmed line-ups, with an emphasis on diversity, fun and spot on sound. Over the years they have developed a strong following within the party-going community and they’ve dedicated a hell of a lot of time and energy into their marketing campaigns, party concepts and booking policy to give their clientele the best experience possible. We recently sat down for a chat with one of the owners of the venue, Andy Peyton, who gave a great interview, which you can ... Read more

Promoter Interview: James Benenson (Found Series)

Here’s the latest in our series of interviews with some of London’s best promoters. This time around we spoke to James Benenson, one of the men behind Found Series, and Urban Nerds, two outfits that have really injected some life into the capital’s party scene by working with a variety of genres, all with a strong focus on grassroots and a London/UK-centric kind of vibe. Found connects the dots between house, techno and a variety of London-born sounds like jungle, grime and dubstep. This year they’re organising five separate one-day events in London, which is a mammoth task. We had ... Read more

Promoter Interview: Paul Jack (LWE)

Paul Jack is one of the directors at London Warehouse Events (LWE), one of the capital’s biggest promoters. They hold events at huge spaces, such as Tobacco Dock, while also managing events at smaller venues and also handling the promotion/organisation of parties for big brands such as Red Bull Music Academy. Their prowess is unquestionable and their events always hit the mark, so we caught up with Paul to talk about all things LWE… At work on Halloween … Paul Jack Tell us a bit about how LWE has evolved and developed over the last few years? We’ve continued to ... Read more