2008 is shaping up to be an awesome year as our first event is Sat Jan 19th at Charterhouse bar, where we continue our residency for How Dirty Is Your House.
We’ve also been asked to take over the Baby Box at Ministry for Renaissance in Feb – what this space very closely for more details soon.
Finally we have sad news that Will is moving to America in Jan 20th. Will has been a driving force behind Coordinated over the past couple of years and will be greatly missed. Don’t despair though because he will be back and the night is in good hands with Tim & Carl.
Coordinated are happy to announce that we’ll be taking over the Baby Box at MOS for the Coordinated Christmas Party 2007.
As a special Christmas treat, the party will feature a rare London appearance from super hot producer of the moment, Jim Rivers. Jim shot to stardom in 2006 with his debut Restore EP getting a full release on Satoshie Tomeii’s SAW recordings, and with mixes and tracks for people such as Nic Fanciulli in the pipeline, we are really excited about him joining us for the evening. Support comes from London favoriteAlex Collings, The Coordinators and Coordinated head honcho Will Konitzer.
If all this isn’t enough for you, then check out the main room where Sander Kleinenberg brings his “This Is!” party to town with special guest Rene Amesz.
Also (yep, there’s more) as it’s a Christmas party, expect the usual Coordinated shenanigans – all those who came last year, know what to expect – Santa Claus, Reindeer, Xmas pressies, Cocktails and some great DJs!
Our line-up consists of
Jim Rivers (SAW Recordings)
Alex Collings (Dirtbox)
While the main room of Ministry has:
As always we have the cheapest tickets in town and we recommend getting them in advance for this one! With tickets coming in at the lowly cost of £12 it would be rude not to pop along. Ticket can be purchased directly from Ticketweb
Venue Information and Details
Ministry of Sound , 103 Gaunt Street, SE1 6DP.
Elephant & Castle (Bakerloo Line)
Click here for Street map
£12 (+ booking fee) in advance from Ticketweb
Christmas party attire
After the sell out success of last years Pirate Party, we are pleased to announce that there will be another suitably ridiculous event on Saturday 11th August 2007. Coordinated on Thames 3 – The Wild West, featuring two floors of music playing the best in house and breaks, plus a large sundeck.
Upstairs, the Coordinators (aka Tim Dingley and Carl Sutherland) will be joined by upcoming hereos Anil Chawla & Mark Sun.
Downstairs our resident Shakey Breakfoot Band are joined by boat party veterans, Far Too Loud.
I think you’ll agree with a line up like this, 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 wild west attire. Be sure to watch out for those cow girls.
This year there will also be an after-party at the Ministry of Sound for those who just don’t want to stop.
Anil Chawla & Mark Sun
Far Too Loud
Shakey Breakfoot Band
Tickets and full information available from www.coordinated-london.com or alternatively call 07990 594868 or 07967 110719. Be sure to get them early as this is a ticket only event and there is limited capacity.
Venue Information and Details:
The Golden Jubilee, Temple Pier
The Golden Jubilee will be leaving from Temple Pier at 8PM and returning at midnight. Please make sure you arrive at 7.30PM. We aim to set sail at 8PM sharp. Please note, the the fully stocked bar is cash only (for obvious reasons).
Temple (Circle/District line)
Dress Code: Some form of Wild West themed fancy dress is a must. Llast years Pirate event saw parrots, treasure chests and many eye patches and swords being waved at the tourists as we pillaged our way down the Thames.
£25 – boat and after-party
£17 – boat party only
£10 – after-party only
BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE
Various prices plus booking fee
See you on the 11th and don’t forget to bring the Zwack!