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Ne1Co & Lot 49 Records Present - The AV Social, Jan 27, Clerkenwell House EC1N, London

Reported by Olly @ Trackitdown on January 19, 2007

Ne1Co & Lot 49 Present

'The AV Social'

Sat. 27 Jan. 06

@ Clerkenwell House , London, EC1N 8JE,

8pm – 2am, 5 Pounds.

VJ Anyone , under the guise of his new AV label Ne1Co and Meat Katie's Lot 49 Records return once again to Clerkenwell House for another edition of The AV Social. Following our sell-out show in November , we can guarantee this will be one of the hottest AV events in the start of 2007!

The AV Social is quickly establishing itself as a not-to-be-missed night for any audiovisual enthusiast or lover of electronic beats. These events are especially tailored for media savvy audiences as well as industry regulars as well as forward thinking party people eager to take the pulse of new and exciting scenes.

Destined to kick-start the new-year in full throttle, The AV Social pulls together our biggest line up yet! Including three of DJ Mag's Top 20 VJ's featured in this year's poll: 4yourEye, Eclectic Method and our very own VJ Anyone. Whilst providing the beats downstairs Lot 49's founder and leading purveyor of the tech-funk sound Meat Katie himself drops by, interrupting his post-new-year holiday to headline downstairs alongside our very own resident DJ Tom Real

All this to be kick started with a screening of 'Bijari' a documentary of Brazil's flourishing VJ scene (8pm – 10pm) all for only £5.00!

So without saying much more… three events in and The AV Social is already becoming a force to be reckoned with, so with the festive season out of the way make it your new-years resolution to attend!

The AV Social – Jan 27th - Line Up:

  • Meat Katie (Lot 49 Records)
  • VJ Anyone (Ne1Co)
  • Eclectic Method
  • Uciel (Houztekk Systems / Vienna)
  • 4youEye (EyeCon / Vienna)
  • Bopa (Ne1Co)
  • Tom Real (AV Social Resident DJ)
  • Bijari (Brasilian VJ Documentary Screening)

Info: 07775 648 163 - Evy or join us:

Nearest Tube: Farringdon / Chancery Lane

'A long overdue celebration of the audio and the visual'

- Time Out