Human Error presents a night with MofoHifi Records & Friends (Club night April 13th, London)

On Friday 13th April MofoHifi Records’ artists and friends will descend on 93 Feet East, one of London’s live iconic music venues for one night only. Headlining the main room will be the allusive Italian wunderkind producer, Phonat, with support from Louis La Roche, The Young Punx, Bobby Tank, DiscoSocks, F*Games, 5eya and Red N Pink. Visit the facebook page for the event at http://www.facebook.com/events/256548881100823/

Human Error’s reputation for putting on heavy weight electro and disco events with some of today’s best international acts continues to go from strength to strength.

This time around we’ve teamed up with MofoHifi Records for a night of full colour nu-disco, turbofunk, glitch-hop mostep and power-synth slow jams.
MofoHifi is the respected East-London based record label founded by The Young Punx. Issuing a steady stream of club-tracks, boutique electronica and artist led albums under the strap “ElectrofunkinDiscobreakin”, and now in its eighth year, the label is known for putting synth and bass at the heart of everything it does, issuing work by Phonat, Bobby Tank, Arveene & Misk, Riva Starr, Shir Khan, Shinichi Osawa, High Rankin, DCUP, Bestrack, Per QX, Sharooz, Acid Girls, Black Noise and Goshi Goshi and more.

Notes on the Artists:

- PHONAT (DJ + Visuals)
Phonat has become one of the most respected and esteemed electronic producers in Europe, the US and Australia over the last couple of years, with his debut album ‘Phonat’ being critically acclaimed as a land mark genre defining electronic album.
“Phonat is EASILY the most underrated producer out there now. Fuck, he’s amazing. I do not know why he isn’t the biggest thing out there.” Skrillex
Wow. 10/10″ Data Transmission
“This guy f**ks with all the rules” Norman Cook
http://www.phonat.net/

- The Young Punx (Live + Visuals)
Irreverent, funny, intelligent, chaotic, and totally dedicated to the cause of good music, The Young Punx transform the traditional boundaries within which dance music is produced and performed.
Headed up by multi-instrumentalist producer Hal Ritson (Musical Director of Dizzee Rascal’s live band), with right hand deck lieutenant Nathan Taylor, drummer Simon Bettison, and wide variety of eclectic collaborators, their live show switches effortlessly from shimmering French House to soaring Italo-Disco, Dirty Electro, Drum and Bass and every other genre in-between.

Their unique blend of deck high jinxs and tricks makes them in-demand DJs fuelling amazing tunes in parties at some of the world’s biggest clubs including gigs in Ibiza supporting Tiësto at Privilege and at Pacha for Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Sessions; Ministry of Sound and Fabric in London; Womb, AgeHa, Warehouse and Onzieme in Japan, and at Glastonbury, SummerSonic, Sziget, Urban Arts Festival and many more of the world’s greatest festivals.
http://www.theyoungpunx.com/site/

- Bobby Tank (Live)
Influenced by UK dubstep and glitch-hop, Bobby Tank’s sound is one of nostalgic synths, soulful, blenderized cut-ups, woven leads and atmospherics, thick with pulsing bass. Prior to signing to MofoHifi Bobby has released tracks through Vermin Street, Aisuru, Project Mooncircle and Prime Dub. Johnphonics, John B, Memory 9, Brokenhaze and Sam Sure are just a few of the names that have recently commissioned remixes from Bobby Tank.
http://soundcloud.com/bobbytank

- DiscoSocks (Live)
Another deliciously funky producer from London has suddenly made himself visible to Human Error. Combining disco re-edits, live bass playing and fierce funk if this guy won’t get you dancing then no one will. http://www.facebook.com/DiscoSocks

- F*GAMES (Live)
F*Games (Fanny Games) are an Italian duo made by LApo Frost (dj/producer and bass player of electro-pop band Frost and FDS) and James Brivido (promoter and DJ for Lock Staff, Milk, Control and Analogue Party).
The project was developed with the objective of proposing a new format of inspired live set from contamination and hard glitch, a mix of spontaneity and refinement with sounds that range across the horizon and the potential of new electronic music.
http://www.fannygames.it/

- Red N Pink (Live)
London based duo, Yoda and Emma, are best described by themselves as: Two punk soul bitches with energy off the hook, if you want controversy take a second look, we wont give it away, you’ll find out someday,
With a fusion of, Indie-Punk, Electro-Soul and Hip Hop, the pair have been delighting and exciting crowds across London with their energy-packed live show.
http://www.facebook.com/REDNPINK

In The Bar: -

- Louis La Roche (DJ)
Louis La Roche is undoubtedly today’s hero in the British Filter-Disco-House scene. Still only in his early twenties he has already a number of EPs under his belt and a massive list of remixes that today’s producer legends would be proud of. Gritty and charmingly rough around the edges, Louis’ tracks are soulful and full of tributes to his love of disco, soul and his upbringing on nineties house music. If Louis La Roche can’t make you dance, no one can.

http://louislaroche.com/
- Alfred Anonymous (DJ)

Having recently supported Plump DJs and other legendary big hitters Alfred Anonymous are tearing the UK apart with bass heavy beats, Funky Future Garage and club jumping bangers. Alfred Anonymous is the collaborative project between Louis Derry (Oscar Later) and Mathew Birch of Mike Fantastic

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Fantastic

- Lukas Lyrestam (DJ)

Playing an eclectic mix of Disco, House & Bass, Lukas Lyrestam has played at clubs all over London as well internationally. Some of these include Ministry of Sound, 93 Feet East, XOYO Mcqueen, Egg etc.

- 5eya (DJ)

Phonat’s flatmate and DJ partner, fellow Italian 5eya has his own take on the Nu Disco sound, combining disco re-edits and classic French house with a chilled melodic mentality that seduces you onto the dancefloor.
http://soundcloud.com/mofohifi/5eya-motion-1

- Skilow (DJ SET)
One of the brains behind the Human Error brand is Skilow. Playing cutting edge tracks from all over the blogosphere.so people get ready to stomp your feet early doors

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