Egg Presents: OC & Verde, K&K, GW Harrison

Friday 13th January 2017

23:00 - 7:00

Advance tickets from £5 | Student Members £10 | More on the door
Line -up
OC & Verde
GW Harrison

Having first exploded with the crossover smash, “That’s Right” originally released on Underground Audio in 2015, OC & Verde aka Ben O’Connor & Jon Verde make their debut at Egg London. Clocking up over weeks of continuous support on BBC Radio 1 with plays from Annie Mac, Danny Howard and Pete Tong. This led to an even more impressive 2016, peppered with releases such as ‘Symphony’ on Hot Since 82’s Knee Deep In Sound label and the much hyped ‘Maasai EP’, a Pete Tong ‘Essential New Tune’ and Beatport Top 10 hit for several weeks. Heavily supported by Radio 1’s Pete Tong, Danny Howard and Annie Mac, ‘Maasai’ was also the closing track on the BBC Radio 1 Weekend in Ibiza for Pete Tong and Kolsch’s B2B set live at Ushuaia!

Hugely in demand as remixers for labels such as Per QX & Paramour’s ‘Ready 4 This’ [Glasgow Underground], Après Feat. Andrea Martin’s ‘This Ain’t Love’ [Love & Other], Selador label boss Dave Seaman, and John Digweed's Bedrock Records, the dynamic duo are also working on an album for Knee Deep In Sounds ‘8-Track’ project.

K& K’s ‘Peaceful Crowd’ on Sleazy Tech has been one of the tunes of the last quarter of 2016, supported by Annie Mac, Danny Howard, Claptone, Sam Divine, Tough Love and remains in the House Top 100 on Traxsource and the Tech House Top 100 on Beatport after nearly 3 months.

K&K open their account in 2017 with their new "Underground" track forthcoming on Marshall Jefferson’s Freakin 909 label and ”The Maze" EP due to be released on King Street Sounds Tech label, Street King alongside remixes on Sleazy Tech and a remix on Daylight Robbery. With releases on Audio Rehab, D-Vine Sounds, Nervous, Wharton and Sleazy Deep, K&K make their Egg London debut on the decks and watch out for their latest Exclusive new tracks.

GW Harrison held his first residency at the tender age of 13, encouraged by a dad who was part of the original rave scene. A resident at Sheffield's iconic Gatecrasher while at uni, these days you can find him behind the decks of Abode in Ibiza and Sundays at Space, navigating his way around all shades of house.

Egg London is a strictly 18+ venue. Club scan is now installed in the venue at the front door, which means everyone attending Egg must have a valid form of photo ID to present to be scanned on entry. The accepted forms of ID are: unexpired passport, driving license, provisional driving license, photo cards featuring the pass hologram. Photocopies, photos or screenshots of IDs are not accepted.