London action for Oslo DJs

Vinyl-spinning remix and production gods Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas head for London next week.

Listen to an excerpt of Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas' Further into The Future
Listen to and download Lindstrøm's applauded 2006 solo release 'It's a Feedelity Affair' (Smalltown Supersound)


Oslo-based DJs Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas are heading for London to spin Norwegian disco records at the Laser Magnetic and Warm's Christmas Wonderland Ball.

Laser Magnetic and Warm join forces again for the second instalment of their new series of parties. Two of London's hardest working promoters come together to present an audio disco extravaganza over three floors for a Christmas Ball to be remembered as they transform Canal 125 into an idyllic winter wonderland! Set at Canal 125 in Kings Cross with its heated roof terraces over looking the Regents Canal and a special Christmas buffet this is the perfect backdrop to kick start the Christmas celebrations!

The Laser Magnetic and Warm Residents Neil Thornton, Jonny Hillier, Ali Tillett, Sean Brosnan, Rob Summerhayes and Matt Tillett will all be present to supply a sublime mix of soul, disco, balearica, house and anything in between. With nine hours and three floors to play with they decided to invite some of their favourite DJ's from around the world to join them.

They welcome direct from Oslo, Norway Hans-Peter Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas. Head bosses of Feedelity and Full Pupp respectively they fly in to play their own perfect brand of Norwegian disco! Having continued to remix everyone from Franz Ferdinand to Magnet as well as continuing to release on Belgiums' superb Eskimo Recordings in 2006. Lindstrøm will be performing one of his much talked about live sets whilst Prins will step up with one of his legendary DJ sets! In addition to the Norwegian DJs, the night will feature Diesel from X-press 2 and Reverso 68.

Advance tickets are on sale now in Phonica and City 16 but be quick as these are strictly limited!

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