Two great Alex Erfan parties in 1 night: Saturday night 27th & Sunday morning 28th March:
Lovechild has grown to become one of London’s masculine and sexed up yet glamorous parties. With the mixture of dazzling production, incredible screen virals, pyrotechnics and effects that are truly amazing. Nick Tcherniak from PushFM, Terry Vietheer and Valentin joined a fantastic blend of international DJ residents who have worked with the world’s most inspirational artists starting with Paul Heron, Craig Daniel, Mattias, Alessandro Londra, Phil Hewson, and Saki to give the crowd a unique mix of deep, dirty, electro and funky house on the night.
After one lesson in Ibiza with Smokin’ Jo back in 2000, Nick Tcherniak was hooked on DJ-ing. In the years to follow, he built up his reputation by holding residencies across the UK whilst working at London’s longest running DJ record store City Sounds. It was at this time that Nick secured sought after residencies at DTPM, Discotec and Fiction. His style journeys though tech, classic and progressive house, interwoven with an Iberican inspired tribal undercurrent. In 2007, Nick shared his weekly main floor residency at Heaven for two years with acclaimed DJ/Producer Pagano. Nick now has his own radio show on PushFM every Saturday between 16.00 -18.00hrs (GMT), and currently can be seen playing at Lovechild, Hustlaball London, Matinée (London), SuperMartXé (London), Trade, DTPM, Barcode, A.M. and Orange. He also DJ’s internationally at the best venues in Moscow, Malta, USA, Ibiza, Spain playing alongside names such as Mark Knight, Chus & Ceballos.
Terry Vietheer played his first gig in 2005 to a few hundred people at a small bar in Sydney. As his reputation began to grow due to his energetic sets, bookings for Sydney’s leading bars, clubs and parties started flowing in, thus imprinting his sound to the thousands. He’s joined forces with John Course, Goodwill, Tommy Trash and Alan Thompson as part of the Ministry of Sound ‘Sessions’ and ‘Housexy’ tour, played on the Hed Kandi annual tour which was featured on Australia’s number one music website, inthemix.com.au, and his “hands in the air” closing sets on the terrace became a highlight while supporting some of the worlds leading artists such as Peter Rauhofer and Offer Nissin at Australia’s biggest nightclub, Home, as their resident for their 2000+ legendary circuit party in 2007.
Terry’s UK residency began at Pacha’s 'Funky4love’, the second at Popcorn (Heaven) where he flaunts his style of house music to the dedicated clubbers of London, and has played for prestigious events such as the Brit Awards 2010. Outside of the UK, Terry has spent time abroad playing sets in Italy (Amnesia, Skylight, Magazzini Generali), Russia (The Honey Club), Switzerland (Jim), Spain (Razzmatazz) and USA (MrBlack).
Brazilian singer/songwriter/dancer Rodrigo Moratto will make a special public appearance with the song “Whatever, Whatever” from his upcoming album due to be released in the UK and Ireland in summer 2010. This single has been remixed by Per QX and Alan X Cross exclusively for this Lovechild party. Rodrigo found his own record label and production company in 2005, launched into the Brazilian market in 2007 with his first album Velocidad de Luz (Speed of Light) executively producing three videos which have featured on local and national TV and radio stations across Brazil and Portugal, and has been featured in articles by various publications including Rolling Stone and MTV magazines.
Going with a different concept, the Contact Room was set up by its new host Tony Bruno for a sexy night, but also offering a space that clubbers can feel relaxed and have ‘extra raunchy fun’. The room was fitted with comfortable armchairs within a maze complete with antiseptic gel for cleaning hands after the naughtiness. In a recent interview, Tony’s response to his first night as Contact Room Host at Lovechild’s first birthday, “ The fantastic thing was to see all the guys dancing to the sets by Pagano and Paul Heron, having lots of fun – with or without clothes.’
Virals & Graphics: Alan X
After a very successful Pervert Gold launch party at Fire nightclub, Pervert returned to London as "Beyond Pervert" at Area nightclub for the next instalment of glamorous perversion, dazzling and exquisite costumes sexually connotative stage shows, superb production and amazing animation.
At Pervert Gold in January 2010, the crowd where ecstatic to welcome something fresh to London’s club scene, and as then, there will be a lavish blend of sexy theatrical performances with some stunning bursts of jaw-dropping visual surprises produced by stage director Ivan Sala.
Beyond recently won the SEENQUEEN BEST CLUB 2009 award, keeping its position as London’s favourite weekly afterhours event. Since its days at Club Colloseum, Beyond has been an amazing party and after it’s relaunch at Area, clubbers continue to pour through the doors to enjoy the atmosphere and fantastic music quality.
The eclectic mixture of DJs that were lined up to play in each room was an exciting combination at this special party with Obi Baby, one of Milan’s most sought-after deckmeisters headlining with Beyond residents Micky D, Steve Pitron and Alan K, along with Alessandro Londra, Brent Nicholls, Gonzalo and Gepy, each complimenting his designated room with his unique blend of latin-infused dance beats, progressive, sexy and deep house which has become his trademark.
Brent Nicholls became known to the international scene due to his successful DJ sets in Sydney's unique party circuit. His global journey has taken him from major circuit events in Montreal (Black and Blue, Twist) and Cologne (Pride), onto to club tours in South Africa, Europe, Asia, and back to Sydney. He is a DJ of with a well-established international reputation who believes that his job is to educate and entertain, and it is the reaction between these two underlying principles that drives his sets and makes them suitable for any time zone. Brent has been one of the leading forces on the club scene in London with residencies in some of the most iconic parties.
Alessandro Londra’s meteoric rise on the underground London gay club scene has been underpinned by his top quality tune selection. Over the years he’s played at some of the biggest dance parties in the UK, including Salvation, Matinee, SuperMartXe and Action, at clubs including Fabric, the Renaissance Rooms, Fabric, The Den (formerly The End), Union and Cable. As his reputation for providing consistent quality sounds grew, Alessandro became a permanent favourite in the gay club scene. The music he loves is a distinctive blend of house, funky house, electro house and tribal sounds.