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Found unveil plans for inaugural London NYE Party



The past year has seen London based outfit Found firmly cement their reputation as one of the Capital’s most highly regarded promoters. Following a string of sell-out events, 2014 will reach it’s finale with Found Presents: Analog NYE at the iconic Coronet Theatre.

Offering ten hours of stand-out electronic music across six rooms, dancefloor pounding sets will come from the likes of Anja Schneider, Catz n Dogz, Josh Butler, wAFF, Sebo K, Cera Alba, Tough Love, The Menendez Brothers and many more…   Headlining the main room for Analog is Berlin’s Anja Schneider. Founder of Mobilee Records, Anja is a true club-culture chameleon and also casts herself as a broadcaster and producer amongst her world-renowned DJ status. Joining Anja is production duo Catz ‘n Dogz, Poland’s biggest export of soul-tinged house and techno and head honchos of Pet Records.  Following his stomping performance on the main stage at Found earlier this year, Josh Butler’s return for New Year’s Eve promises to bring heaps of the energetic, bouncy brand of house he is so loved for. Named as one of Mixmag’s ‘Breakthrough DJs of Ibiza 2014’, waFF is next to join the Analog main stage, whilst London duo and Kiss FM weekly residents Tough Love will provide a hefty helping of bass to the celebrations. Northern up-and-comer Bontan will also join ranks having already been named as Radio 1 DJ Pete tong’s ‘Rising Star’. Rinse FM favourite Sam Supplier will round off the line up, joined by charismatic Found residents The Menendez Brothers

 Room 2 sees Found partner up with Regulate, they welcome Sebo K to their room at The Coronet, Mobilee Records longest serving artist who’s renowned for his cutting edge sound. Joining him is UK producer Cera Alba, whose expert sound has seen releases through a plethora of esteemed labels, with the likes of Innercircle, Resonance and Hot Creations all playing host to his silky skills and unconventional hues. Glaswegian label Numbers protégée Jasper James will also join ranks, rounding off Regulate’s line up and providing heaps of house and techno is co-owner of Juxx and brand resident, Jack Swift, who will also be joined by Dan Napier and Freizeit.   Hailing from the North-West, Brotherhood Soundsystem’s roots in free parties and club nights have put them at the forefront of the music scene in the North-West and beyond. Offering an eclectic conglomerate of DJs and MCs that include founding members Silas & Surgeon, their room for Analog will supply revelers with a hefty helping of bass all night long, led by UK garage and 2-step innovator, El-B and Radio 1 hot tip, Amy Becker.   Launching in April of this year, Planetary Notions is a brand new record label and club night that aims to promote and release dancefloor driven house and techno. Headed by a trio of music aficionados with years of industry experience behind them, they welcome Joe Rolét to Analog. Making up the rest of the line-up will be Elijah Bailey, Aartekt and Azire who will see through the new year with some seriously cosmic grooves. Next to join the festivities is DGTL Circus, a collection of DJs that explore the deeper sides of UK garage, house and techno with sets from Shenin Amara and his partner AR, Deejay S and Will Marshall, DJ Dec, Chris Jones, DJ Chalky, Gavin Wilson and Geoff Vincent to complete the line-up.  You can get tickets from www.analognye.com

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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