Krankbrother open their account for 2020 with double headlining event

With the January blues and 2019 firmly in the rear-view mirror Krankbrother put a country mile between London’s minimal scene and last year with their first party of 2020. Taking control of E1 London on Friday, February 7th for the night is two of the biggest names in the game where you are guaranteed to expect more than just minimal.

These are 2 artists that have more than a passing affinity for the same type of music. As well as sharing the stage numerous times Nicolas Lutz and Sonja Moonear utterly destroyed the Oasis stage at Junction 2 back in 2018 are the pair poised to do it all over again. In solo mode, Nicolas Lutz has emerged as one of the most in-demand artists in the game today and his My Own Jupiter has helped bolster the discographies of some of the freshest names such as Z@p, Binh and Omar. Lutz, however, seems happier to stick to the DJ booth rather than the studio as he only has a handful of releases to his name. For now.

The other part of this incredible double headlining pairing is Sonja Moonear. What is left to say about this femme fatale other than both her and her sound completely defy categorisation. Whichever mood you find the Swiss selector in you can be sure that she will be surrounded by legions of smiling dancing people both behind the decks and in front. Setting the scene for the night’s escapades will be the sibling duo of Krankbrother’s Danny and Keiran. Through their wide-ranging DJ sets and next-level event series it has become impossible to pigeonhole the pair. Now in its 11th year, Krankbrother has delivered some of the city’s best parties over the years and performances from the likes of Helena Hauff, Tangerine Dream, and Baby Ford as well as being responsible for the still talked about B2B from Sonja and Margaret Dygas. If you missed this unforgettable night of music then make sure you don’t make the same mistake twice.

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