“Super Electric Party Machine is a night filled with the newest stars of club-land who look like they’ve rolled straight out of The Blitz. Drag queens, dancers and all-out posers get down to filthy beats courtesy of Larry Tee. With heavy fashionable line ups and hard sweat dance-offs, it’s the only place to be” i-D
Set for release on 16th December through Carnage Music, ‘Boys That Go Woot!’ is the blistering first offering from ‘Super Electric Party Machine’s’ self-titled album. The single features vocals from Roxy Cottontail, an adopted New Yorker who came to the Big Apple via Baltimore as a youngster and has since shared the turntables and collaborated with some of the world’s biggest DJ’s including DJ AM, Armand Van Heldon, Drop the Lime, Steve Aoki and Afrojack. Remixes include a hard hitting, trap-ridden affair from NYMZ and a trademark electro banger from popular South-African producer/remixer Ryan Ribeck. Dutch house maestro J-Trick, Italian duo Keith & Superbeats and Ruen Roxy complete the stellar line up.
The album was the brainchild of hotly tipped-new London producer/remixer AttackAttackAttack and New York dance-music lynchpin Larry Tee, who having run London's most newsworthy parties, now look set to become one of hottest new production duos. The eleven tracks featuring Mike Q, Andrey Bartenev, Roxy Cottontail, Princess Superstar, Nwando, Sharon Needles, Cunty Savage, Lady Cartel, Sam LeMans andSWICK take you on a riotous, EDM fuelled journey of ghetto bass, badass booty, throbbing house and club anthems galore.
Super Electric Party Machine started life as a weekly London party that has since spread to Barcelona, Amsterdam, Berlin and Lisbon. It features live entertainment and to date has seen inspired turns from Brooke Candy, Charli XCX, A*M*E, Peaches, Darq E Freaker, Ssion, Le1f and reality TV star Sharon Needles (the winner of Rupaul Drag TV Show), not to mention DJ sets from Horse Meat Disco’s Severino, Raf Daddy fromThe 2 Bears, Danny Rampling, Hannah Holland and The Lovely Jonjo.
Super Electric Party Machine: Weekly at East Bloc & Bi-monthly at XOYO.