!(feature_l)http://relayer.s3.amazonaws.com/articles/spreads/4f231c432d2cf6000100004a.jpg!Shoreditch’s Village Underground will host the debut of the All Gone Pete Tong nights of underground electronic music on Saturday, February 25th. Following an inaugural season at Pacha Ibiza and a sold out party at Bristol’s Motion in November, the appearance in the capital will feature a line-up picked by Pete Tong and the man himself.
Eats Everything headlines on the night following the release of hit single “Entrance Song”. His Essential Mix on Radio 1 in November was nominated for the coveted “Essential Mix of The Year” and he’s signed to Claude Von Stroke’s acclaimed Dirtybird label. His chunky basslines are a mainstay in the likes of Jamie Jones and Maya Jane Coles’ record boxes and he was voted ‘Best New Producer’ in the DJ Mag ‘Best Of British’ awards.
Joining Eats Everything will be Bill Patrick and Blond:Ish. Bill, A&R manager for Guy Gerber’s Supplement Facts imprint, is known for a trippy take on affairs and utilises both analogue and digital – a rare skill in today’s technological age. Savvy pairing Blond:Ish is a duo with raw technical ability and an infectious exuberance who like to genre-hop. Rounding off the night will be Pete Tong himself who last year played just two London shows: a main stage outing at South West Four and a headline slot at Alexandra Palace’s showpiece Together Winter Music Festival. All Gone Pete Tong, the first date of a soon to be announced national tour to support a forthcoming compilation, will be a rare London opportunity to see Pete behind the decks.
Pre-sale tickets will be available to purchase on Tuesday, January 31st at 9am with priority given to all those who register at www.allgonepetetong.com. Sign up today and you will also be sent a free Pete Tong mix, recorded live at The Warehouse Project, Manchester. All remaining tickets will go on general sale on Wednesday 1st February.