VJ Anyone & Lot 49 Records presents London AV Social Party

The AV Social returns to Clerkenwell House for the third in a series of sporadic events focused on audiovisual performance, designed for media savvy audiences as well as AV industry types, eager to take the pulse of this new and exciting scene. The event will take place Saturday November 4th 2006 in London.

The full line up of this event includes: Dylan Rhymes (Lot 49 Records); D-Fuse 'VJ: Audio-Visual Art + VJ Culture' exclusive book launch; AlexEtJeremy (DJ Mag Top 20 VJ); Justin Kent (EJ Enterprises); Dubassy (Ministry Of Sound Resident VJ); Tom Real (Functional Records / AV Social Resident DJ) =aAnd Exceeda screening of [4x4]. For the November show there are three major announcements:

Breakbeat pioneer and leader of the 'nu skool' of tech-funk producers Meat Katie is a big fan of the growing AV scene and has been working with our very own VJ Anyone on a series of music promos and AV / DJ dates to support his recently released 'Vibrator' album. From this event on, this electro-beamoth gives us the official seal of approval by lending his full support to The AV Social by co-presenting our parties with his awesome 'Lot 49' imprint.

One of the world's leading AV crew D-Fuse are a group of artists and designers who work across a range of creative media from web, print, TV, film, art and architecture to live AV performances D-Fuse work in collaboration with musicians (including Scanner, Beck & Leftfield) as well as creating idents for TV Studios around the world. Here they launch their new book 'VJ: Audio-Visual Art + VJ Culture' which combines information about the history of VJ culture alongside current trends whilst also acting as a manual and reference point to this rapidly expanding trend. It also showcases 120 International artists also with live exclusive performances which accompany the DVD.

Have regularly played across London as well as holding a four-year residency at the world famous nightclub 'The End'. This last year has seen Tom Real concentrate on production. With two singles alongside production partner The Rogue Element on Functional Records, numerous remixes under his belt on labels such as Passenger and West and Radio support from the likes of Judge Jules, Zane Lowe and Annie Nightingale – who asked to broadcast Tom's DJ Set from this years Glade festival on her Radio 1 show, Tom really is beginning to shine.

Further to this November's event also welcomes performances from extremely talented guests: Top 20 VJ listers AlexEtJeremy , US AV Maestro Justin Kent, Ministry Of Sound resident Dubassy alongside a showing of works by cutting edge motion graphics director, curated by [4x4]

VJ Anyone & Lot 49 Records presents London AV Social Party
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October 10, 2006 at 12:59 PM CEST

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