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McQueen - Shoreditch
55-61 Tabernacle Street, EC2A 4AA London, United Kingdom
Hed Kandi Bank Holiday Sunday plus Boats
Bank Holiday Sunday is always the iconic big party day of the long weekend, it's the day that anticipates the real start of Summer. On Sunday 28th May Hed Kandi returns to award winning McQueen.
Hed Kandi has a well-earned reputation for spectacular décor — lavish and decadent — complete with sexy dancers and DJs that know how to have a party. Throw in an array of extra talent that includes live musicians, top drawer vocalists and percussionists and the recipe is complete and never fails to reach boiling point.
Our upcoming party is a preview to Summer 2017 and also an Ibiza send off so we run from 5pm to 12am and have even added an early boat party to get you into the Balearic mood.
OPTIONAL BOAT PARTY (Optional) 8pm to 11.45pm (Tower Pier ) followed by Hed Kandi
To get you into the Balearic mood what better than a boat party! We all love a Boat party and what better way to start the party… Start the night early at Tower Pier, dance to two decks of DJ's as the boat sails down the Thames. The boat docks at 11.45pm and it's ten minutes down the road to McQueen. Music on the boat is Club Classics on the top deck and funky on deck 2.,
Hed Kandi resident DJ's
plus SAX, DRUMS and Dancers
Max Van Morrison
Eddie Van Poppel
plus support over two rooms
Hosted in one of London's most exciting night clubs McQueen Shoreditch is the go to place for fans of luxury clubbing, with specially designed cocktails and VIP lounges the venue is definitely the place to party. This is a must for all clubbers looking to get devious on the dance floor!
Over 21's Dress up, arrive before 1am
For info or groups, tables etc: [email protected]
or call +447492 231093
During a career spanning just over a decade, house music DJ and producer Carl Hanaghan has well and truly lived the dream having travelled far and wide to headline the biggest festivals and nightclubs across the globe.
Hailing from Brighton, Carl was introduced to the house music scene in the early naughties where inspirational sets from the likes of Erick Morillo, Joey Negro, Masters At Work and Fatboy Slim would set the tone for Carl’s development as a DJ. Through his passion for uplifting feel good House music Carl firmly established himself as an official resident DJ for the International clubbing sensation Hed Kandi in 2006. Carl’s dynamic technical ability compliments his versatile DJ sets that include a sublime selection of the finest deep, soulful and vocal house music, old and new.
In the studio, Carl’s productions, collaborations and remixes have been heavily supported by the world’s biggest DJs. His music has been released by a selection of the scenes leading record labels including Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records, Cr2, Sonny Fodera’s Beatdown, My Digital Enemy’s Zulu Records and Hed Kandi. From laidback sunshine grooves, percussive tribal beats and slamming disco, Carl’s discography has been heavily featured in the Beatport, Traxsource, DMC, Music Week and Cool Cuts music charts as well as hitting the radio frequencies on BBC Radio 1, Kiss and Capital amongst many other stations globally.
During the Summer of 2014 Carl produced a cover version of the classic Techno record “Strings Of Life” originally written by Derrick May & Michael James aka Rhythim Is Rhythim. The record became an instant hit as soon as Zane Lowe dropped it to a full house at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow, which was shortly followed with support from Danny Howard on his Dance Anthems radio show.
Not only a DJ, Carl’s 24 hour 7 days a week lifestyle of working in the music industry over the past 10 years has seen him as an A&R for record labels such as the Ministry Of Sound, Cr2 and Hed Kandi. Since 2010 Carl compiles and mixes the much-loved Hed Kandi compilations, having sold over half a million albums worldwide.
Highlighted Selection Of Venues Performed At
Ministry of Sound (London) | Space (Ibiza) | Pacha (Sao Paolo/Munich/Sharm El Sheik/ London) | Creamfields (UK) | Cocoon (Frankfurt) | Gatecrasher (Birmingham/Nottingham/Leeds) | El Divino (Ibiza) | Eden (Ibiza) | Es Paradis (Ibiza) | Gibson (Frankfurt) | Sound Awake (Bangalore) | Muziekgebouw (Amsterdam) | Nikki Beach (Miami)
London born Miranda Loy is definitely a woman of many talents. In 2012 she was appointed to shape the sound & structure of the flagship breakfast show at Bang radio 103.6 FM. Renowned for her boundless energy and for her charismatic personality, in 2015 she was head hunted to be the voice of Sub TV Music, hosting and producing their weekly shows ' The Official Online Streaming Charts' and 'This Time Last Year'
As a natural born lover of music & having an ear for what sounds good, it was only right to turn her passion into practice and become a professional DJ. Miranda Loy takes her art very seriously and her mixing skills & music selection are a reflection of her energy behind the decks. As well as having the ability to play across a multitude of genres, reading and connecting to her audience is what she does best. Versatility is her middle name and one of the key things she loves to do is ‘Make music from music’.
Since then has taken her DJ sets to clubs and events around the world, including; The offcial Launch Party at The Castle Club in Ayia Napa, Cyprus with a capacity of over 4000 people. Doha, Qatar, where she held an exclusive DJ residency at the Roof Top bar at the St Regis hotel. Kenya, Nairobi playing at the 'All In While Summer Ball’ for over 3500 partygoers. She was also asked to be the opening DJ at the Cannes Film Festival for the launch of the blockbuster movie 'The Expendable 3’. Other international destinations include Crete, Ibiza and Zante.
Currently you can catch her working her magic at various residencies including Alice House, Bar & Beyond, The Hilton Hotel, The Sheraton Hotel as well as working with various other international brands including Timberland, H&M, American Eagle, Topshop & Benefit Cosmetics. Also holds an Exclusive Podcast on Radar Radar called ‘ Strictly UnSensored ‘