For the first time ever, Amnesia Ibiza, the world's favourite club, is shipping its new giant pyramid to London for a grand unveiling at the Electric Brixton takeover on Saturday 4th March.
Amnesia has remained at the forefront of clubbing for 42 years and the pyramid has been the Ibiza dance mecca's iconic emblem during this time, taking centre stage throughout its rich cultural history from open-air hippy discotheque and original acid house rave, to superclub and internationally renowned clubbing institution.
Now with the advancement of technology, the brand new Amnesia pyramid has been constructed to accommodate full LED screen and laser capabilities to enhance the clubbing experience as the club prepares for its biggest summer season yet in Ibiza #DancingSince1974!
Ahead of the undeniably huge summer that awaits them, the globally celebrated party brand lands on the streets of London town for one night only at Electric Brixton with DJs Patrick Topping,Catz 'N Dogz, Hector Couto B2B Mar-T, Edu Imbernon and Clint Lee.
Tech house superstar Patrick Topping will be celebrating his most successful year to date as he headlines Amnesia's sensational return to London. From his humble beginnings as a local club promoter in Newcastle, Patrick's since gone on to build a massive following helped by his outstanding music productions which have earned him five tech house No. 1s on Beatport.
Polish duo and close friends Catz 'N Dogz have built a name for themselves on the house music scene due to their exciting musical output and technically impressive sets. Their experimental and jackin' sounds have received wide critical acclaim and have earned them a loyal following. When the pair are not touring they are producing new records through their Pets Recording label and they are always on the lookout for raw talent to sign and nurture.
Roush label boss and house music legend Hector Couto is one of the fasted rising stars on the scene. He's quickly risen through the ranks thanks to his unique, genre-spanning productions. His musical tastes range from minimal techno to soulful Balearic sounds and everything in between. Hector's talents have gained him favour with the likes of Hot Creations and Get Physical labels, through which he's released multiple hit tracks.
Ibiza legend Mart-T has held his residency in Amnesia Ibiza since 1999. As a consequence of his residency and electrifying sets he's built up a reputation far beyond the shores of Ibiza and now regularly tours around the world during Ibiza's off-season. He derives his musical taste from his upbringing in Sitges, a small Spanish town close to Barcelona, which had a serious house music scene during the 1980s and 90s.
Spanish born DJ and producer from Valencia, Edu Imbernon comes with a fierce reputation as a technically flawless DJ and highly unique producer. Edu created a name for himself by creating cross genre tracks and his ability to seamlessly combine records from electronica, house and indie backgrounds. 2016 was Edu's most successful year to date, performing on the main stages of festivals including BPM and Ocaso. Edu also had the honour of performing for the final Space Ibiza closing party alongside the legendary Carl Cox.
Along with all the trademark attributes you'd expect to find at a typical Amnesia party such as their world-class sound, hedonistic dancers and industrial sized Co2 cannons, the club will be showcasing their giant pyramid for the fist time ever! To what can only be compared as a spaceship from another galaxy, this 7x7 meter monster is sure to wow ravers on Saturday 4th March with its blinding LEDs and powerful laser beams!
Landmark London venue Electric Brixton has hosted a laundry list of musical superstars and has put on some of the most hedonistic party's ever seen in the UK. This venue boasts beautiful theatrical interior, epic views from its Victorian style mezzanine overlooking the main dance floor, and world-class acoustics. We can't wait to see Amnesia take the roof off the Electric Brixton on their return for their official 2017 UK launch party on Saturday March.