London promoters, Magic and Medicine teams with up legendary house label, VULTURE MUSIC and warehouse party starters, NEON NOISE PROJECT to bring you a special joint appearance by acclaimed composer and producer ALAN BRAXE and Parisian stalwart DJ FALCON, playing together in London for the first time ever.
Coming live and direct from their massive residency at the Paris Social Club, the 100% independent label, Vulture Music presents a very rare night time adventure via East London's Village Underground.
A pillar of the French electronic scene alongside Parisian imprints Kitsuné and Ed Banger, Vulture Music sets itself apart from the herd by staying true to it's retro-futurist artistic identity. Renowned for espousing the 'French Touch', the quality of the label's productions have remained loyal to melody and song writing rather than overdriven frequency.
Founded and managed by Alan Braxe, whose collaborations with Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk are now firmly transcribed in the annals of Electronic Music's history, will bring his colossal record collection to the party and promises to throw in some new surprises as well. Braxe collaborated with Bangalter as Stardust on 'Music Sounds Better With You' and Falcon's musical project also with Thomas Bangalter as TOGETHER, spawned two hit singles 'So Much Love To Give' and 'Together'.
Falcon fresh off his recent appearance on Daft Punk's new album, 'Random Access Memories', is now prepping his new EP for release later this year. Expect some disco classics alongside fresh new tracks.
Cosmic electro wizard, Grum, will celebrate the release of his sophomore album, 'Human Touch' with an anthemic display destined for a dancefloor explosion. Also showcasing their deck talents will be Xander Milne and Steven Siegel.
This is a one off party that will remembered and respected for years to come...... but only if you were there. Grab your tickets now.
Listen to the 'Vulture 2013' mixtape curated by Alan Braxe and mixed by Xander Milne here:
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