RGS Events Presents: Hypnotic State Boat Party
As spring dawns on us we just want you to picture the scene - A boat filled full of smiley faces and ecstatic clubbers ready to listen to some of the finest trance and progessive whist sailing across the river Thames. Will you be joining us?
Trance & Progressive
Standerwick is one of the fastest rising DJ talents we’ve seen in a long time. Within just 18 months of his breakthrough production, he was invited to perform alongside Armin van Buuren on the Who’s Afraid Of 138?! stage at ASOT 650 in Utrecht. His set was broadcast around the world to over 30 million listeners. With dates confirmed for Gatecrasher, Godskitchen, FSOE and Subculture, 2014 is shaping up very nicely indeed.
In the production department, Standerwick is king in the 138 territory. His remix of Armin van Buuren’s ‘Won’t Let You Go’ became the fastest selling track on Armin’s ‘More Intense’ album, while his co-production as Sky Patrol ‘Folding Your Universe’ featured in the sets of every A-list trance DJ. After hitting the number 1 spot on Beatport, Folding Your Universe remained in the top 100 for over 3 months.
It’s no big surprise that Standerwick is rapidly becoming in-demand for his high octane productions and peak-time DJ sets. If you are afraid of 138, you had better watch out. You have been warned! For a taste of Standerwick’s production mastery and DJ skills, be sure to check out his Soundcloud page.
John Newall has smashed his way into the global trance scene in just a few short years, picking up support from Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren and Aly & Fila, while performing in some of the world’s most respected clubs from London’s Ministry Of Sound, to LMD in Los Angeles.
His passion for high octane trance music is reflected in his productions, which feature regularly on Discover, Mental Asylum and Monster Tunes. 2013 saw the release of ‘Trancelate’, ‘Now & Then’ and ‘Time Will Tell’, all of which gained support from the world’s A-list jocks.
Fast forward to 2014 and things are looking very rosy indeed, with 4 releases slated for the first 6 months, and a busy gigging schedule which is starting to unfold. Watch this space.
So are we all board, If so be sure to get your hands on a boarding ticket for just £23 + booking fee, unless you’re one of the lucky handfuls that can get your mitts on our limited number of early fish tickets at £15 + BF. Be prepared to board at 5.30 sharp, Ship Ahoy!!
Pack your best sailors hat, and boat shoes and get on board!
Carlos De Matos