Super Electric Party Machine promoter and London’s latest scene making, body rockin’ club star AttackAttackAttack has produced or remixed for Iggy Azelea, Larry Tee, Years & Years (Kitsune), Steve Aoki, Stafford Brothers (AUS no.1), Cunty Savage and Creep ft. Sia on labels from Kistune and Ultra to his own Carnage Music.
His latest remix of Years & Years – ‘Traps’ on French label Kitsune was picked up as i-D Magazine’s Song of the Day and was Beatport’s Number 1 Must Hear Dance Track.
His party with nightlife legend Larry Tee ‘Super Electric Party Machine’ is described by i-D Magazine as “the only place to be on a Friday night” It runs weekly at the infamous East Bloc in London, bi-monthly at London’s latest super club ‘XOYO’ and has touched down at Lux, Portugal and Razzmatazz, Barcelona and hits Ney York, Berlin and Amsterdam in 2014.
Packed full of the worlds colourful fashion elite, club kids and hottest local talent, Super Electric Party Machine has featured performances from number 1 artists A*M*E, Charlie XCX and Princess Superstar, rapper Brooke Candy, top 10 artist The 2 Bears’ Raf Daddy, Peaches, Le1f, Ladytron, Horse Meat Disco’s Severino and Jim Stanton, RuPaul’s Drag Race Winner Sharon Needles, London club guru Jodie Harsh, Space Ibiza’s Smokin Jo and D Ramirez to name a few, as well as hot designers Basso & Brooke, Henry Holland, Lousie Gray, Soropol, Roberto Piqueras and KTZ.
Outside of the UK, AttackAttackAttack has toured internationally in China, Singapore, South Africa, Ibiza, Finland, Czech Republic, Holland and Spain. Back in the UK capital he’s rocked every major club from London Super Club ‘XOYO’ (where he holds a residency), to the legendary Ministry of Sound and has played alongside names like BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, A-Trak, Azari & III and for brand events with fashion bible i-D Magazine and Ray-Ban.
Recently asked by ‘Mixmag’ (the biggest dance music and clubbing magazine in the world), to curate a youtube music channel and now hosting a brand new radio show on London’s biggest new station ThisIsElectric. It looks like 2013 will continue to be AttackAttackAttack’s biggest year to date.