Neon Noise Project welcome you to the newest London hotspot: XOYO

London's newest nightspot is starting as it means to continue with a major clubnight in its opening weeks with the Neon Noise Project bringing the sounds to XOYO.

The converted print works has been chosen to follow up the Neon Noise Project's easter special at Heaven, featuring a Paris-meets-London digital disco and alternative electro DJ line-up alongside a exclusive headline live appearance by We Have Band performing tracks from their debut album WHB.

The trios infectious catchy vocal hooks dirty bass lines, and dirty disco synths are have provde infestious, and they'll be supported by a live UK debut from Human Life and their engrossing icy, glacial cool US west coast electronics to insure an atmospheric and sweaty night.

In the main room accompanying Punks Jump Up of Kitsune and leading the Parisian charge is Surkin from the pioneering Institubes stable. He's always keen to keep the electro fresh and gritty - and bring chaos to the dancefloor. He'll be joined by the Uffie-producing Ed Banger beat warrior DJ Feadz who will match Surkin for speaker-spanking electro.

Surkin is always keen to keep the electro fresh and gritty

Room two resonate with the appreciation of future disco beats, handclaps, cowbells and vocoders with new talent behind the decks in the form of Tronik Youth and The C90s from Switzerland Relish Records. Resident DJ duo JBAG featuring Jerry Bouthier, for whom his mix for the recent Ponystep x Kitsune album was his second Mixmag’s electro album of the month award, round off the line-up nicely.

This is a fine excuse to get down to new London club XOYO, located in a converted print works five minutes for Old Street tube. The purpose-built venue aims to become a platform for London's leading art, live music and alternative club enthusiasts, positioned in the heart of the trendy Shoreditch and set over two floors it’s the ideal setting for a Neon Noise Project party which has an ongoing collaboration with the Parisian electronica label and fashion house Kitsune to encourage clubbers to fix up and look smart on and off the dancefloor.

For tickets go to

Neon Noise Project
Saturday, October 2nd
9.30pm - 5am
32 Cowper Street
London EC2A 4AP
Advance £10 / £12 students / £13