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Just got this, dunno if any of you are interested:

ok so we have got a special offer for you guys. For a £12.00 concession guest list to stuff this Saturday at Egg reply to this email!!!


in association with
Organised Kaos
Cool House

....dirty stuff....filthy stuff....tribal stuff
Launch Party
Saturday 15th May
10pm till LATE
@ EGG, King's Cross, London N7

Terrace Floor Ground Floor - hosted by PLAYGROUND

The Loft - hosted by BARGROOVES
MAX LATINO, the worlds busiest independent dance community website, will have their team at EGG armed with their web cams and digital cameras, so as the night starts to kick off anyone who cant make it, or anyone who wants to be seen having it large, text a friend and tell them your on The web cams will capture the vision and sound so you can see the DJs and hear all the top tunes. They will also be armed with digital cameras for taking some "hot" shots, these will then be displayed in the special STUFF and Playground online gallery after the event on

A new bi-monthly, hosted at award-winning King's Cross oasis, Egg (, STUFF is pulled together by a unique collaboration of seasoned party professionals and fresh new talent on the DJ/producer circuit. Charlie Chester appears at the helm and so STUFF is set to become something of a phenomenon, certain to be a regular feature with like-minded Londoners but also to attract a wider following by inviting artists and DJs from all four corners of the UK, Europe and beyond, all having one thing in common, a desire to share their grooves and to lay on a better party than the last.

On the evening of May 15th, the launch offers a satisfying line-up. Jon Carter needs no introduction and would easily elevate proceedings to the required level in the refined surroundings of the Terrace Floor at the beautiful Egg. World-class purveyor of the toughest house, the ubiquitous Carter remains consistently at the forefront of his game. Who else is better placed to top the bill at such an opening night? It's inevitable that a little Ibizan spirit will find itself in King's Cross every so often now but it won't do without that special woman's touch and so Jo Mills ( will entertain the smiling masses with her solid and percussive, twisted yet sexy house sound for which she is loved worldwide. As if that's not enough, there are even more treats in store for those who attend this extra special launch on the 15th, for Manchester's very own Greg Vickers steps up to turn out the most meaningful cuts. Whether you're a clued-up tribalist or just like to shuffle your feet, Greg will make you feel good all over. Ably supporting this heavyweight line-up, DJ and producer of the coolest house in the west, Dave Mills, flies the flag for Wales and shows us exactly why Cardiff's Cool House ( won Mixmag's Best Welsh Dance Night for 2003. And to top it all off, Ricky Cox from east of England's Somewhere ( also features to compliment that deep and tribal feel. Ricky says he makes a point of playing "house music for house people". We reckon that'll do just fine, thank you very much.

Meanwhile, downstairs on the Ground Floor, there'll be something notable taking place. Dirty beat collective and co-promoting outfit, Playground ( is hosting. Fresh from tearing it up in EC1, the crew that hail from Oxford knock out upfront tech-influenced electronica from somewhere near the earth's core. With enough sex appeal to keep even the coolest King's Cross hips swinging, the grooves roll all night long. The main attraction is longstanding resident of Belfast club, Shine. Phil Kieran dictates the pace with his own teched-up funky chunks. Phil has regularly played alongside the likes of Richie Hawtin, Umek and Justin Robertson. Forever hard at work in the studio, he's released a rich array of breaks, house and techno on numerous labels including Eukabreaks, Bugged Out and Skint. In support of PK, feature Playground's resident sleazebags. This motley bunch, not happy unless everyone stays till the lights go on, work tirelessly to build their nights to an ecstatic climax. Playground founding father and tech-house mixmaster, Cedric Maison, offers a sweet yet punchy introduction to the Ground Floor. Next up, the duo that have by now reached legendary status among those that follow them, Groove Connection, lift us up to a higher place. With an alternating mix of clever, soulful tuneage with a US twist and peak-time house with attitude, GC (aka Stuart Langley & Aaron Collier) know only too well how to rock the house. London's own Alex Marks brings things to a head with a mash up of tech-house mayhem. Oozing with confidence, Alex maintains a packed dance floor with his tough, electro and techno-tinged styles. In addition to this lot, resident techno don, CJ Drury, never fails to please. With ultimate presence behind the steels, CJ serves up blistering rolling beats with lashings of funk, chopped up with a flavour of house. It's all gravy.

For those that venture up to the Loft, there's even more in store for Bargrooves feature joined by Organised Kaos' ( James Fierce. James is known for his exquisitely programmed and flawless sets. Never at home in the UK for more than a few days at a time, he plays all over the world at some of the most glamorous and exclusive parties anywhere. Joining James is Bargrooves' front man, Ben Sowton, so expect more seamless mixing of house-based finery. Ben has put out a string of hugely popular and sweet-sounding mix compilations, named Bargrooves, released on Seamless Recordings (

This is set to be an unmissable opening party. For your press guest list place or for more information, contact