Kitsuné take over London's Fire
Vauxhall club Fire is ready to French kiss
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Just in time for an early Christmas present to all you indie music lovers out there, Kitsuné Club Night, The Winter Editon, have just added Two Door Cinema Club and Horixon to their already outstanding line up at Fire on 7 December.
Working alongside London promoters, Magic and Medicine, the celebrated Parisian label Kitsuné are taking over the newly relaunched Fire in Vauxhall, London with The Winter Edition as the finale to their series of amazing club nights throughout the year.
Fire will be transformed into a sprawling, deep bass, house and electro laden winter wonderland with an enviable cast of DJs and artists looking to take you on a hedonistic Christmas journey that would beat even a ride in Santa’s sleigh.
In one room, London’s love of hybrid bass driven house and deep electronic goodness is being represented by LA based garage house legend Todd Edwards, a recent collaborator with such names as Daft Punk, will be headlining the festivities, delving into his enormous sack of sonic goodies spanning his 20 year career. Joining Edwards on stage will be hotly tipped Irish producer Krystal Klear, London’s young MADTECH’s new signing Applebottom going back to back with Sheffield’s Walter Ego for the very first time and Andrew Armstrong from Monarchy’s new project, Horixon.
Fire’s other room will be dedicated to the French ‘nu disco’ house revolution, spearheaded by indie legends Two Door Cinema Club. Also in Room 2, Kitsuné favourites Beataucue will be sharing the decks with Parisian electro stalwarts, Logo. As if that wasn’t enough, party girls Maze and Masters, and platinum selling DJ and producer Gigamesh will also be playing. And if you still haven’t had enough, an extremely special guest is still yet to be revealed.
With such a vast array of amazing musical talent on show, this certainly looks like one club night that’s not to be missed! Advance tickets are available for £15 from the following websites Resident Advisor, TicketWeb or Fire's own website.
Words: Jack Rear