Euphoria pres. LMFAO (Concert Performance)
What: A world-class production is taking place this 19th January 2011 at Ministry of Sound – EUPHORIA. The eccentric masters of electro hip-hop are here to set the stage for the craziest “CONCERT PARTY” to kick start your 2011. It’s not just Redfoo and Sky Blu this time round. They are going all out by bringing their entire Part y Rocker crew for this insane concert. So gather your friends and gear up in your funkiest outfits. Let’s rock it up with LMFAO for a phenomenal performance for one night only.
Who: The electro hip-hop masters duo behind the self-produced and self-distributed tracks “I’m in Miami Bitch”, “Lil’ Hipster Girl” and “Yes”, LMFAO are no strangers to the club and party scenes. Known for their quirky wardrobe and party styles, the uncle and nephew pair has made a phenomenal presence all over the world both online and live appearances. Comprised of producers, DJs, and clothing designers Sky Blu and Redfoo, LMFAO worked the club circuit for years before making their major-label debut in 2008 with the single “I’m in Miami Bitch,” a song inspired by their first experience at the Winter Music Conference. In the wake of the single’s release on Interscope Records, LMFAO toured the American club circuit and prepared their full-length album debut For Foo and Sky, as they refer to each other, what started as a natural collaboration (uncle and nephew, who happen to be close in age, tinkering with drum machines and recording software) with a mix tape thrown in as an afterthought, has evolved into a multi-platform musical movement. With one key mission: live tonight like there’s no tomorrow.
Date : 19th January 2011
How much: TBA
Door Policy: 18+ years. ID is required
Reservations: +603 7495 1786 / +603 7495 1789
Looking just over the horizon, the path is promising, to say the least. The guys have already been recruited by Lady GaGa and Chris Cornell for single remixes, and are fielding requests from a host of major artists in the pop and hip hop worlds. And with their full-length debut scheduled for release this spring, expect the buzz to hit a feverish pitch in the coming months. “Party Rock is the kind of record a band would make on their third album,” Foo deadpans. “It’s gonna be our Thriller — it’s meant to take you away, to escape to this world of fun, dance, sex, craziness, do-what-you-want attitude. It’s our lives.”