Ahead of our big boat party next week, we thought we’d share a little bit of information about our guest headliner: Shur-i-kan. As always, tickets are available from http://www.coordinated-london.com/events/coordinated-on-thames-4-the-vikings-invade/ if you fancy coming down.
An accomplished keyboard player Tom Szirtes aka. Shur-i-kan, cut his teeth working in various jazz funk bands in London and to this day is still a long time member of improvisational dance super group The Bays. As a producer however, Shur-I-kan was first discovered by legendary DJ Tom Middleton (Jedi Knights, Global Communication), who released the debut track “Niomi’s Dream” on the seminal Jedi’s Night Out compilation for Mixmag.
Shur-i-kan has been a long time and key contributor to Jimpsters’ Freerange Records label (voted Best British Label 2007 by DJ Mag readers) – a relationship that started with the dreamy jazz influenced “Advance” (2001), and the more dance orientated follow-up album “Waypoints” (2004) and continues with a string of classic house EP’s that include “Living Inside”, “I Want It”, “Special Powers” and “Future Fantasy”.
Representing the deeper side of house, Shur-I-kan’s distinctive acclaimed productions have been in heavy demand having remixed the likes of Akabu, Trackheadz, Miguel Migs, Milton Jackson and Fred Everything amongst others. Recently Shur-I-kan has ventured into tech house territory with his much lauded Berlin Rising EP on Defected imprint Physical Graffiti and forthcoming releases on Urban Torque, Winding Road Records and Freerange Records.
Now considered amongst the top of the new wave of deep tech house producers/djs, Shur-I-kan fans include Ben Watt, Funk D’ Void, Spirit Catcher and Jimpster. Shur-i-kan has been building a reputation as a formidable and exciting international DJ and has traversed the world many times rocking crowds from Tokyo, Dubai to LA with his deep and jackin’ sound.
Just a couple of days to go now until one of the biggest parties of the year…Coordinated-on-Thames 3: The Wild West.
Get your tickets for the Coordinated Boat party now! This year the theme is Wild West and the after-party is at one of London’s top clubs! Tickets are available from ticketweb at a variety of prices.
For our next event, we return to Charthouse Bar on the 19th May – more details can be found here.
Our full events listing for the summer of 2007 is up on the events page and tickets for Jamm, Turnmills & the Boat Party will be on sale within the next few days, so keep watching this space.
13th August 2005
Golden Jubilee, Temple Pier, London.
The first ever Coordinated boat party takes place on 13th August, with two floors of music featuring the best in breaks and house plus a large sundeck. What better way to spend a Saturday evening than cruising down the thames ‘avin it!
To add a touch of coordinated mayhem to the event you are encouraged to turn in with your finest pirate hats. Be sure to watch out for pillaging pirates and buccaneering babes.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased below. There are limited amounts of tickets available for £13.50. Once these are gone, tickets increase to £15. Be sure to get them early as this is a ticket only event and there is limited capacity.
See you on the 1st, don’t forget to bring the Zwack and wear your best pirate hat!
The Coordinated Team
Line Up Details
Coordinated House – Progressive and funky house.
Anil Chawla b2b Mark Sun
Tim Dingley b2b Carl Sutherland
Alex Rajkovic (Mass transit), Gaz Davies.
Coordinated Breaks – Funky Breaks and live instrumentalists.
Hotrox, JMS, Dom Smart +percussion.
Venue Information and Details
Temple Pier, Victoria Embankment, London WC2R 2PN (Opposite Tube station and the Walkabout Pup)
Nearest Tube: Temple [District & Circle Lines]
Street Map:Click here for Street map
The Golden Jubilee will be leaving from Temple Pier at 7PM. Please make sure you arrive at 6.30PM. We aim to set sail at 7PM sharp. Please note, the the fully stocked bar is cash only (for obvious reasons).
Dress Code: Pirate hats, – Best one wins a prize!
Buy Tickets: There are limited amounts of tickets available for £13.50. Once these are gone, tickets increase to £15. Be sure to get them early as this is a ticket only event and there is limited capacity.
£13.50 (plus £1.50 booking fee)
£15.00 (plus £1.50 booking fee)