Tuck into wonderful brunch classics such as their Jones' Benedict which comes with either Ginger Pig streaky bacon, wilted spinach or smoked salmon while you sip one of their Bloody Marys. With a whole menu on offer for you boozy brunch in London enthusiasts, you'd be mad to overlook them.
Head to Camden where you'll find mischievious drag queens, sexy male dancers and stunning visuals alongside a bottomless feast. One of London Bridge's most relaxed brunching spots, head to Lantana of a Saturday or Sunday and grab one of their delicious plates of grub with a side order of bottomless booze. One of the best boozy brunches in London, this crazy dining experience brings you a delicious three course meal, and hour of unlimited cocktails on arrival and a whole day of the best reggae tunes.
A bottomless brunch for all musical maniacs, head to this secret London location for two hours of tasty food, free flowing bubbles and all your favourite tunes from those West End classics. Canova Hall is the perfect place to get brunch on the weekend. Egg on Sat, 24th Aug - Enjoy unlimited pizza and prosecco and a soundtrack of nonstop bangers all afternoon.
Century on Sat, 31st Aug - Prepare for a taste of the White Isle as Century hosts the ultimate brunch party; complete with live tunes and a boozy feast. The Candlemaker on Every Saturday. Bringing together two vices London has come to know and love and throwing in some bingo antics all at once is exactly what The Candlemaker in Clapham are all about. Join quirky music venue The Piano Works as they put their lively spin on brunch. Located in Farringdon, the venue plays whatever song you fancy live, serves bottomless prosecco and Bloody Marys and a cracking brunch selection for a weekend morning with a difference.
Join Darcie Green for bottomless brunch in London and you can enjoy two courses from their fresh, Australian brunch menu it's pretty healthy to boot , with two hours of bottomless prosecco and mimosas, all while floating on a two-storey boat on the Grand Union canal. Grab a meaty brunch at Blues Kitchen Camden and wash it all down with something craft-y from behind the bar. We all like to indulge, and Blues Kitchen is most certainly the place to go in North London to get your booze on be sure to try something from their extensive bourbon collection, if things get serious.
Exhibit B on Saturday 6th July and 4 other Saturdays. Saturdays are about to go off as this southwest hangout pairs free-flowing drinks and mouthwatering brunch dishes with performances from professional drag queens. That means lip syncing, catwalk competitions and dance-offs. Yas queens. Chuck in winning British plates and we think we've just found your favourite new hangout. All the single ladies! If you're a Beyonce fan then this is the ultimate brunch experience for you. Indulge in five hours of Queen B's chart topping hits, accompanied by two stunning courses of breakfast goodies and an hour of free-flowing booze.
Make sure to start your weekend right and get a little drunk in love with your girl squad in tow. Harlem Soul on Sun, 28th Jul - Head to Hoxton's Harlem Soul where they're bringing in Night Owl Birmingham DJs for a monthly brunch party that spins nothing but classic funk and soul while you get stuck into their menu of delicious street food and bottomless drinks. Revolution Bar Leadenhall on Every Saturday. Revs are always on-hand whenever you need 'em, even for daytime boozing and brunching. Explore the piles upon piles of pancakes, avo toast and scrambled eggs you can get your hands on while sipping as many cocktails as your heart desires at their spot in Leadenhall.
If it's smart and fancy you're after for your next brunch, then May Fair Bar is delivering both in spades. The swanky spot serves everything from whopping English breakfasts through to healthy smoothies. Megan's are not only a perfect place to gt snaps for the 'gram, but they also offer a pretty enticing bottomless brunch that you won't want to miss out on.
Make it a boozy brunch in Brixton, as this bustling hangout welcomes Vinegar Strokes for the ultimate drag-themed day. From fabulous cocktails to lip-smacking bites and a variety show before the disco kicks off, this is one for your diary. Priding itself as something of a jack-of-all-trades, the venue serves Australian coffee in the morning in addition to the hand-crafted cocktails and ice-cold craft beers. There's also a venue in Putney , if you're in that neck of the woods. The ultimate Saturday or Sunday social, head to Flight Club's Victoria venue where they'll be bringing you two hours of bottomless pizza, a bottle of Prosecco per person and 30 minutes in one of their state-of-the-art interactive oches for a taster of their Social Darts.
From their neon light-soaked interiors to palm tree-adorned roof terrace, the restaurant's boozy brunch is not only offering a feast for the stomach but for the eyes too, head on down for two hours of bottomless boozing a Insta-snapping aplenty. Set in a transformed pub, Martello Hall is a gorgeous dining space that serves everything from brunch through to Sunday lunch. Explore one of their stripped back rooms over the weekend for an Italian-style bottomless brunch with pizzas, stews and plenty of bubbles.
For one of the coolest boozy brunches in London, Little Nan's is the spot. This fun and quirky dining experience brings you fish fingers sarnies, cheesy disco fries and pineapple and cheese sticks, as well as your choice of cocktail teapot or bucks fizz and Bloody Marys. Lucky for us, the guys at this King's Cross favourite know that too, and they've got free-flowing espresso martinis, passionfruit spritzes and prosecco alongside a mouthwatering menu from Chuck Burger. Go bottomless at Belushi's where their weekly Sunday brunch club brings tasty eats, such as breakfast bagels, chicken and wafflers and the all important Full English, alongside free-flowing mimosas and 2-for-1 Absolut cocktails until 3pm.
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With the fascinating "Rezo" by Marcel Philipp, the set reaches a first climax. Being full of hope and promise the hookline is directed into the future, yet it does not loose contact to the here and now. The Lauer brothers combine the playful approach of the first tracks with a powerful, driving groove. With David August's epic "Epicurus" the acoustic space gains depth and richness. Until now the set was a family affair, now you immerse yourself in the crowd and get carried away.
Koze dissolves the anthemic pop song in poetic, trippy sounds. Fun and easy turn into rapid and uninhibited. With his bright, crystal-clear sounds Benjamin Damage nets this turmoil. Dast manages to square the circle: he sounds physical and empathetic like a Strictly-Rhythm-track, yet his explosive energy rather reminds of thriving techno.
With Sable Sheep the beats get complicated and dense. Wonderfully straight, the bassline of Gary Beck moves into the track, you feel its razor-sharp, driving force in your fingertips and your tows.
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Gusts of sand grains form a massive sound wave that is sublime and a little scary at the same time. Daniel Stefanik counters with a pitch- black sentiment, its elegance being broken by a bizarre creaking and whistling. With this unconditionally demanding machine music we have reached the climax. Transforming this extreme tension in a thrilling acid track, Techno innovator Luke Slater creates clarity and defines a target. MMM pull around the helm, with a fanfare they spread a funny, winking euphoria.
Slam grant us a breather with a timeless party track. As in Far Eastern physical and spiritual practices, Yoga and Zen, it is often just a matter of holding the energy. He always had the enthusiasm of a child. Now he is a wise man as well. Sven is back at the track, in high form and in full effect! The master of all things techno and the international techno-shamen number one presents a pristine remix package just in time to celebrate his 50th birthday! This man layed down some of the biggest stones to the foundation of techno and tech-house and he has choosen the right names to spice up these classic hits!
Sven supported these folks right from the start and helped to spread the power of their megahit "Rej" even with some mad stagediving performances. And the two did a proper job by transforming the original chill-out tune into a vital up-to-date tech-house gem. The result makes almost three generations of ravers feel home again while getting mad on the dancefloor. Thanx guys! The two are not even trying to create an up-to-date flavour here at all - which is just perfect!
The Tuff City Kids remix focus' in a cool and impressive way on a strong and classic techno foundation. Banging beats, dark bass and synth sounds and the classic epic break in the middle We see names and labels like Octave One, West and Transmat when their remix starts to kick in and we just love it. Label: Stereo Deluxe Rec. And coping with the pros and cons of nightlife is naturally a part of that. I needed a change of space and ambiance, not just a change of address. He and the British capital have had a close personal and musical relationship since the start of his career, he explains, so there was something almost organic about breaking camp in his old home on the River Main in order to set up afresh on the banks of the Thames.
Horror Inc. And then he has to go. The next gig calls. Another journey into sound! In , Cocoon turned the beloved Amnesia into a tropical jungle. The jungle seduces with lush colors and intriguing sounds. Without hesitation you dive into lush greens, amazed by heat and beauty. The sun beaming, wind rushing through, unimaginable beasts roaring in the distance — it might all seem a bit too intense.
You might feel lost. Beauty turns into dreariness, an adventure becomes a nightmare. But there is sound, a call.
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It is as a groove, gentle yet firm, elegant but demanding. These beats lead you through the adventure. He is also the host of the whole event, using music, dance, performance, pyrotechnics and set design to create an integral experience. This time, the approach is different: Instead of creating two mixes representing each night and day, he produced one continuous set. Yet this is only the beginning of the set. Every beginning is the end of something else as well. Cocoon Hero Ricardo Villalobos creates an unlikely encounter of a driving bassline and a restrained beats topped by intangible strings.
Losoul returns with another one of his subtle yet powerful grooves. There are no big moves necessary to jolt at the basement of the club. The second part sets of on a slightly different, mellow note. The contrast of its alluring melodies and the heavy bass put the crowds of this season consistently under their spell. Makam releases the raw immediate energy of his emotionally versatile house style. At this moment, wAFF only need very little to finally push the crowd into the abyss of pure ecstasy. Everything is possible now. Nihad Tule drops fierce electronic sounds barley heard before, Psyk creates a multilayered sound sculpture full of movement and life.
Len Faki and Johannes Heil suggest a certain seriousness. A horn call seems to ask the dancers to persist for a moment and remember the smiles and sweat and everything else that counted in the summer of There will always be a bass drum making people dance, but it will rarely sound the same. Techno and House are in continuous flux. There will always be people celebrating. And each year new kids join the scene, hungry for pleasure, for beauty, for ecstasy — for life. Over the last few years, Ibiza has established itself as one of the centres of advanced electronic music.
He and the Mediterranean island have come a long way. As a youth, he experienced the flamboyant nightlife on the island, having been introduced to dimensions of pleasure that were not imaginable in his hometown of Frankfurt. As a DJ, he is scanning through the unmanageable amount of new music with somnambulistic security, having excavated aural treasures and shaping the ideal environment to release their full potential. The 13th Season opens with Thomas Hoffding's auspicious voice, subtly arranged by Terranova and reworked by Adam Port.
Young producer wAFF's grooves are more stable and demanding, the erotic female vocal luring us even deeper into the Cocoon, establishing the emotional density of classic New York House. Nobody manages to unleash the forces of the bass so wholeheartedly like Berlin's WK7, pushing the set into a more technoid direction. The turmoil that will take place on the dancefloor is anticipated by Margot's meandering acid track.
The Tuff City Kids are pushing even further with striking, demanding chords. Octave One's unique, soulful grooves highlight the unrestrained force of the synthesizers. Ben Sims' slick groove is subduing the excitement, with enigmatic bleeps hovering over the dancefloor like an acoustic sculpture. Sam Paganini is moving even further in this direction, startling the dancers with sound from another galaxy.
The obvious thing to do is now to push the crowd over the edge with a huge breakdown. By merging tracks from Sawlin, P. Dissolving into a tribal groove by Silent Servant and poetic sounds of Ray Kajioka, the first set is coming to its end. The second CD starts off at an entirely different note. A sweet House sound is established by Makam. It's innocent, yet full of suggestion. Julien Bracht is challenging the dancers with broken beats and seducing them with a longing vocal at the same time.
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The simplicity of Alejandro Mosso's mesmerizing melody finally disarms the crowd. Lawrence's intangible electronic sounds are pouring down on the dancers like rain in the midst of summer. Romanian Cocoon Hero Rhadoo is applying the brakes to the dancefloor's movement and controversially creates an irresistible motion. He merges the history and the future of House music in the most humorous way possible. Moving away from that playful sound, British electronic music maverick Four Tet strikes a rather demanding note.
The heavy, bassy chords of Four Tet's turn into Uner's multi-layered diaphanous House sound, bursting with sun and light. Gathaspar is unifying the diverging energies with a pervasive soundscape. And Soy Mustafa and John Tejada have the final word: the dancefloor is taken away by their otherworldly serenity. In the end, the music is only a part of the adventure. Fuelled by the communicative energies of the social networks of the internet the Cocoon is opening up, declaring ravers and performing artists, dancers and helpers part of the Cocoon as well.
Calling longtime fellow travellers and new acquaintances together to form a Cocoon: a remote safety zone and a exciting playing ground, a highly productive agency and a weird tribe of electronic music freaks and party animals. Having realized that the daily life in the big cities compromises partying without limits, they set up a second home each summer at Club Amesia on the Mediterreanian island of Ibiza. Yet they closely watch what is going on outside their Cocoon. Exited about the chatter about musicans and night life going on services like Facebook or Twitter, the concept of the Cocoon heroes was created.
Serving as an arena for gossip and discussion, there is even a Facebook app to create the most unlikely avatars, desolving the border between performer and listener. Being bold in its outcome, the beginning is quite subtle. Efdemins and Kozes surprisingly slow grooves lure the dancers into their unique electronic sounds.
With the elegant techno soul of Justin Vandevolgers he lets the crowd take a deep breath. Entering with unexpected force, the gates are open now. The contradicting forces of the dancefloor are finally in sync. With their stripped down funk, they create a perfect stage for the electronic fusion jazz of Aufgang. The final sequence of the first mix is a journey into melodic electronic sounds: Gary Beck takes us into a clowd of allien strings.
With tracks by Steffi, Gerd and Anthony Collins, the House grooves of the second mix set an entirely different mood. It is a set for those moments when the party goes on for hours or even days, when the dancers are completely lost in the elyptic electronic sounds. Move D puts us into a deep trance driving our ever moving bodies into accoustic territories yet to be discovered. A tiny vocal sample is endlessly repeated until the human voice is stripped bare of all humanity. You the grooves and voices disssolve into those poetic moments when everything but the music is forgotten. The groove, like life, never ends.
But this mix has to. And it does, with Mark E. With his unique curiosity and courage, he gives us a chance to surrender to the music completely. Finally we realize that the beauty and the beast are two faces of the some creature.
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It is always the electronic trip that you was hoping for. But it never comes the way you expected it to. Only a quick glance into the wild animal's eyes is necessary to make us want to join this adventure. Our inner predator awakes and starts to ramble. The heartbeat speeds up, the hackles rise. We face the mysterious glance of a tiger; entranced we gather on the dance floor. The party animals come to life. They dance, they scream, they sweat. The beats are relentless, bass lines burst with energy: It is a raw, intensive experience.
Yet there is a subtle side to it: sweet melodies and charming vocals seduce us. Inaugurating its second decade in Ibiza, Cocoon has presented a whole new range of musicians, performers, costumes, masks, choreographies and visuals. Perceived in all parts of the world, the Cocoon parties in Ibiza are a major cultural event. Yet they are anything but anonymous. A night at Amnesia is a personal encounter with Mr.
Physically present or not, Techno's master of ceremony is a resting sovereign of the blustering wildlife. He is encouraging the crowd to explode in yet another outburst, at the same time never losing sight of the herd. The tension between the luscious beaches and the rocky inland being a never ending source of inspiration, he built a stronghold of first rate electronic music on the mythical island in the Mediterranean Sea within the last decade.
Cocoon's parties attract the international club music community as well as the island's natives. They are among the few cultural events that fuse down-to-earth partying with sophisticated glamour. It is the place where the easy-jet-set and the actual jet set imbue each other. The virgin looks into the eye of the sage, wisdom and naivety have an inspirational encounter. Darkness turning into light, it is a vortex where you get lost in order find yourself in a new way.
Being a manifesto of infinite transformation and growth, "The Sound of the Eleventh Season" is as well a chronicle of the past summer. Having spent the season partying on Ibiza or elsewhere, both discs form a musical diary. Naturally, the trip begins at night. The charming, humorous vocals of Gerd fuse into Chateau Flight's subtle, elegant house grooves. The mood shifts, and Jacek Sienkiewicz enters with uncanny soundscapes and graceful Detroit grooves. Hours fly by and suddenly the heat of the night is gone. But the glittering light does not wake us up.
It just puts us in another state of trance, in an ultimate condition where only the music counts. We are captivated be the adorable melodies of Koze's "Blume der Nacht". We lose ourselves in the dub landscapes of Skudge's "Convolution", we are amused by the cut-up vocals of Kabale und Liebe.
The "Eleventh Season" might be over, but its experience lasts: The music abducted us into the world of sound, yet it is as bodily and vital as a real physical encounter. The turntables are his medium of choice. But his fans and followers rather perceive him as some kind of a magician, a spirit, a shaman. Techno and House are his inborn language, his most immediate way of expression. The past season was a very special one for Cocoon.
Sven and his collaborators celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Cocoon Parties at Club Amnesia in Ibiza. During these ten years him and his dedicated crew made the Cocoon Nights one of the most beloved electronic events on the island. People from all over word visited the place to celebrate the most exciting musicians of today. With the tenth volume of the Season-Series, he finalizes the first decade of Cocoon's activities on this very special place. Ibiza can be quite dark at times, is a frequently repeated comment of his.
You might climb the highest mountains or travel to most remote beaches, but this might not be it. The Cocoon parties' ecstasy turns them into some sort of modern man's pilgrimage. Ibiza is the place to leave everyday life behind turning into another form of reality: beauty and madness created by the reality of electronic music. It tells the story of the second decade of Techno and House in ten chapters. Not only summing up the highlight of 's clublife but also an outlook of what will happen in - and maybe in the whole new decade.
The hitmakers of the zero years are hardly present on this album.
Musicians like Alejandro Mosso from Argentina, Marc Marzenit from Spain or Ilario Alicante from Italy form an international network of talented young artists who have left the formative distinction between Techno and House behind. The new night-mix might be the most subtle and quiet one in the series. And it reaches beyond the musical level: A DVD will be also part of the pack.
At the same time, it is an opportunity to let your present activities retreat from you for a moment. Listening to the mesmerizing grooves, you might browse through the memories of the year that be will be over soon. What were its special moments?
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What did you do that is not conceivable at any other moment of your life? It might be a trip, a relationship, a party. It might be a phrase someone said, a joke, a glance, a kiss — or a phrase in a track you danced to at a party. There are moments when every cell in your body is about to erupt, and there are quiet and emotional passages. Simultaneously, its a private statement about what is important to him artistically and socially.
It is a testimony about the essentials of club music as well as it is a statement on friendship, love and intimacy. The two sets could not be more different. The first CD "Disco" is a techno hurricane, which collects the most energetic moments of It is the most post powerful and immediate vision of the year that you can image. The key note of the set is a track by Vancouver's dance music maverick Mathew Jonson.
Being a complex montage of countless textures and layers, it forms an overwhelming wall of sound. The track was originally released in Blending the sound of organ with the sound of a siren, its hook line its the most surprising and startling thing that could happen after a smart and elegant track by Dubfire. Although there have been a couple of mind-blowing club hits during , it was not the year of explosive peaktime anthems. More likely, it was a year of subtle deep house grooves and quiet research in the textures and landscapes of electronic sounds.
Taking these developments into account, the second set is a labyrinth of tender grooves and sweet and strange sounds. Anthony Collins is letting us drift into snatches of distant voices. Kollektiv Turmstrasse's deep orchestral arrangements even sound a bit like sacred music. SIS seduces the crowd with his suggestive minimal grooves. With his straight, percussive beats, Quenum grasps the dancers firmer. His grip dissolves in a flawless classical house groove by Reboot. Finally, Prins Thomas takes us back to the madness where it all began two and a half hours earlier.
The fragile difference between these two elementary directions of club music continues to be the motor of his sets. Do you remember? The Love Parade was not a mass event yet and Rave had its peaktime in the clubs. The video of "The Beauty And The Beast", which is probably the most groovy track, Sven walks around a 3D animated world, dressed up as a harlequin and was a perfect cast for the role. It's 14 years since then, but now there is a mysterious bootleg appearing in the playlists of many DJs which comes really close to the original.
Eric Prydz has taken care for the track and put it into a modern outfit. The Swede who became a House superstar with his smash hit "Call on me" has kept the relevant components of the track: groove, playfulness, mysteriousness. Even the fact that this series of Mix-CDs is facing its eighth edition now does not show many parallels to other Techno compilations.
Besides the success of the "Season" series during the last seven years, Cocoon and Cocoon Recordings look back to a highly successful year since the Closing Party of The eighth season — themed "Freakshow" — broke all records. Despite a hard beginning with the move to the "Privilege" exile, Cocoon Ibiza was able to boost both the numbers of visitors and the level of party spirit. Unforgettable performances by the grandmasters Ricardo Villalobos and Richie Hawtin or the live performance of shooting star Guy Gerber from Israel round up the image of a perfect season.
On the eighth edition of the "Sound So, Tolga Fidan — a name not being too well-known to many — has made it to the tracklisting of Sven's Mix-CD already for the second time; the greek-british newcomer Argy is also part of the Ibiza retrospective And when it comes to newcomers, the name Martin Buttrich is actually one not to be missed. Although being one of the senior producers in Techno and House since the early nineties and the man behind many Timo Maas or Loco Dice hit records, Martin has not taken the step to an international solo career so far.
He regularly breaks with conventions and keeps his eyes and ears constantly open to new artists and their music. Both the artist and the title seem to belong rather to the art scene than the Techno universe not for nothing is the name of Bradock's label "Atavisme" - the deadpan comment an internet user made to "Rhapsody in Pain" illustrates this: "funny and disturbing, but too gross" — this seems to be exactly the right track for Sven and his current Mix-CD!
Ibiza Just arrived, switching on the air condition. It's hot, the sun is burning and Mediterranean scents are waving through the car window, a combination of sun lotion, excellent food and the sea. Your sunglasses become the most important fashion item for the next few days, and who has never been to Ibiza does not know that you only need a pair of flip-flops for a perfect holiday.
What makes this island so special, where is the magic of this place? A cosmic place, only a stone's throw away from the dull European cities, a summer meeting point for the international clubbing society. Since seven years ago, the island has finally arrived at the Techno and Tech House universe.
Gone are the times when Balearic Beats alternated with British club sounds in calling the tune on the island. Sure, Acid House has made it from here out of the London underground, but that's it more or less. However, with the slight but important difference that here, something was built up over seven years, without external hypes and vast media coverage, not an overnight success, no S-Express but our continuously growing House and Techno party culture. The world is listening. What is happening in Germany?
What kind of scene is this? Why is so much damn great music coming from here? Well, it is like it is, and for many of us, it has always been like that anyway. Of course, the past Cocoon Ibiza Season has continued this evolution consistently. For the seventh time in succession, we have beaten all records and the number of visitors has increased again. This success was made possible solely through own efforts, without major sponsor support and major advertising offensives or concentrated media power.
It may be trite, but "Music was the key! Meanwhile, we are looking back to Season the musical way. Let the music speak for itself, watch the best pictures of the summer under the provided link, open a bottle of Rioja, enjoy some bread and Aioli and watch out for the next summer The idea has developed further and the Cocoon unfolds The Cocoon mastermind has perpetuated his set on two audio CDs, which reflect both the mood at the party in the night as well as the bliss at the After Hour the morning after.
And everything is done to make sure that the name Cocoon always stands for high quality. Not without reason have their efforts been rewarded every year with the growing international support. And this year, it has been real wild! Ibiza has always been a meeting place for Sven. During the whole season, the Cocoon artists are on the island not only for playing, but also to see each other again and to have a great inspiring and amicable time together.
It's always amazing how many different nationalities one can find on the Cocoon dancefloor and how they mix. People make friends, people father children A crowd so unique can only be found in Ibiza! As a part of the Cocoon Compilation D, the track has already caused many positive and almost euphoric reactions and recommended itself for a remix.
For Anthony Rother's label Datapunk, Gregor uses his real name, a fact showing how important he considers these releases. This year, the CocoonClub celebrated ist fifth season at the Amnesia in Ibiza, and that is truly a reason to party! Not only because of the anniversary but also due to the fact that this season was both the most beautiful and successful so far. From the time we started our events in until now, this year fifth season was by far the most exiting and thrilling one for us.
Once again, we managed to attract a selected crowd of clubbers and gave them the time of their lives.
Diddy and the elite of the international DJ scene dropped by to celebrate with us. For the first time, Cocoon was responsible for both the main and house floor, and we really showed everyone, what kind of sound Cocoon stands for in Ibiza. He succeeded once more in transforming the eight or nine hours of a CocoonClub party at the Amnesia into the 72 minutes of a CD without losing the spirit of the party. According to this year's motto "In Your Face", the first CD starts with more technoid slammers; straight and classic — tracks, which attack you like a wild animal.