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The word legend can often be misused, but in the case of Boston based Armand Van Helden, it is truly justified. With as string of global hits under his belt, he is widely considered as one of house music’s undeniable heroes. Joining Armand is our good fried Sonny Wharton, and Grin’s Tim Cullen. After breaking through in to the Beatport top 25 with “Skank Marvin” in August 2013, Tim is now taking his sound around the globe with the Ministry Of Sound World Tour.
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One of London’s most iconic buildings Battersea Power Station will play host to the world famous Holi One Festival, the 1st of it’s kind in London. Inspired by the original Holi Festival in India, Colour Festivals have travelled around the world to Germany, the USA and Singapore.
Thousands of people, dressed in white, will come together to share in music, dance, performance art and visual stimulation.
Revelers at the open-air festival will soon be covered in brilliant hues as the air is filled with the clouds of brightly coloured powder at a countdown,every hour from 2pm. The festival will host a line-up of some of the biggest DJ’s in the country including Grin artists RICHARD DINSDALE &
SO CALLED SCUMBAGS.
The forthcoming release from Tim Cullen & Richard Dinsdale makes it to #5 in the BMC Buzz Chart and #16 in the Cool Cuts Chart. The track, not out until 12th August, has already been picking up support from the likes of X-Press 2, Tony Humphries, Oliver $, Miguel Migs & Doorly, Gorgon City, Shit Robot & Italoboyz to name a small few.Tweet
Last years High Definition Festival saw So Called Scumbags take to the main stage alongside the likes of Mark Knight, D Ramirez & Redlight. This year they will be doing their thing in the Submerged arena alongside the likes of Miguel Campbell, Hot Since 82, Gorgon City & Andy Daniel.
SO CALLED SCUMBAGS VIDEO FROM HD FESTIVAL 2012
Tim Cullen joins legendary French producer Bob Sinclar at Ministry Of Sound on 22nd June. He may have turned his ears to the ‘popier’ side of music in recent years (Love Generation / World Hold On) But we haven’t forgotten the classic ‘Save Our Soul’ on Defected in 2001. Tim Cullen will be warming up the decks so keep em peeled for his most recent #1 ‘Dirty Martini’ (trackitdown)Tweet