Defected In The House brings Kings of Tomorrow’s Sandy Rivera and the man behind one of the Ibiza anthems of 2012, Pirupa, to London’s Ministry of Sound on November 10, supported by the cream of Defected’s house talent. Sandy Rivera has had a creative year with singles ‘Show Me’ and ‘Avenue’ asserting themselves in 2012 and there’s a wealth of new material coming up over the next few months.
This will be his first appearance at Ministry of Sound for over two years for Rivera, who says: “MOS, love playing there - it’s a great venue to play in, amazing sound system, can’t wait to be there, and playing for Defected In The House always feels like coming home.”
Rivera will be supported in The Box by UK duo Copyright as well as Defected Records’ owner Simon Dunmore. Heading up proceedings in 103 is the Italian DJ and producer who masterminded one of the Ibiza anthems of the summer, ‘Party Non-Stop’. Winner of the Track of the Year at the 2012 DJ Awards, it’s a track which has united DJs ranging from Loco Dice to DJ Sneak, Maya Jane Coles to Carl Cox. Support in the 103 comes from Sam Divine and Lynda Phoenix.
Defected In The House
Saturday November 10
Ministry of Sound
103 Gaunt Street
10pm – 7am
Box: Sandy Rivera / Copyright / Simon Dunmore
103: Pirupa / Sam Divine / Lynda Phoenix
Tickets: £18 advance + booking fee (http://www.ministryofsound.com/club/listings)