Having sold out The Coronet as part of Together Season 1 and following a hugely successful season at Eden in Ibiza, MODA’s first show in the Capital in 2011 continues in similar vein. Featuring arguably the biggest line-up to so far grace the Capital’s most electric new venue, the success of MODA in London follows in the footsteps of Jaymo & Andy George’s Radio 1 show, MODA in Lincoln and the ever expanding MODA record label.
The event’s headliner A-Trak, is a true music phenomenon. Having been the youngest ever DMC World Champion aged just fifteen, he went on to win five more titles, as well as every other DJ competition of note. He followed this by becoming Kanye West’s tour DJ, playing stadiums across the world. A-Trak truly arrived as an electronic DJ/producer with his Fabric 45 mix and his seminal remix of Yeah Yeah Yeah’s ‘Head’s Will Roll’. The formation of ‘Duck Sauce’, a musical collaboration between A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, has brought real commercial success, first with last year’s summer anthem ‘aNYway’. This will be his first London show since Duck Sauce’s ‘Barbra Striesand’ charted at number 3, so expect nothing other than a road block!
Also on the bill is an exclusive DJ Set from Fenech Soler. The electro-disco producers released their first single on MODA, having been discovered by Jaymo & Andy George. They make a triumphant return to MODA having enjoyed a phenomenal six months. And with this performance being their first in London since their sell out show at Heaven and last before they headline Koko in March, this makes this homecoming all the more unmissable.
Producer of Ellie Goulding, and everyone’s top tip for 2011, Starsmith brings his disco, house and electro to MODA, alongside Neon Gold label mate Russ Chimes and an exclusive live set from the mysterious Monarchy. Moda resident Tom Staar is also on the bill, alongside two very special (and very big) guests to be announced. The most breathtaking lineup of the new year has arrived.
Open from 9.00pm – 3.00am
Early Bird tickets: SOLD OUT
Saver tickets: £12 + Booking Fee