CNC: Simo Cell, Ehua, Toma Kami, Judaah

Posted by Blake Leigh on

We’re back in the dance April 2nd! Once again we’re bringing out some of Europe’s biggest and brightest for another all night session in one of Brooklyn’s oldest nightlife institutions. This time we’re over the moon to be representing one of our favorite labels, with a posse of France’s BFDM affiliates flying out for the event alongside some prime UK talent.

First up: our old friend Simo Cell is back in town. CNC regulars will fondly remember his last appearance for us at a spooky Halloween warehouse in 2019. His long (covid) delayed return is here, and we couldn’t be more excited to have one of the best in the game back behind the decks! The Livity Sound/BFDM affiliate has garnered a loyal following over the past half decade for his abilities in both the studio and the club. An artist whose discography speaks for itself, professional sine wave sculptor and wheel-back spinner - Simo doesn’t need much introduction. Get ready to see him in full force back at CNC. Check out a recent Dekmantel Selectors mix here:

Up next we’re delighted to be hosting Ehua for her North America debut . Another talented producer/DJ with a focus on the percussive and a key player within London’s Nervous Horizon crew (shouts to TSVI and Wallwork). Expect a real system workout from one of our UK favorites, get ready to move. Those unfamiliar should check out her drum heavy RA mix from last year here, a real favorite of ours from 2021:

Another man of the drums - Toma Kami is up next. The Man Band/Livity Sound regular behind some of the largest, conga heavy club weapons of the past few years coming out of the Bristol scene. A force to be reckoned with behind the decks, expect syncopation, breaks, high energy hypnosis. Check out a CNC favorite - a terrific Crack Mix from a few years back showcasing Toma’s talents:

As if the bill wasn’t already stacked enough, rounding things off we have BFDM daddy Judaah here to seal the deal. The brains behind one of Europe’s most influential collectives (alongside OKO DJ) and wicked curator in his own right, the system music pro is here to test out the CNC subs. Check out a tasty TRAX MAGAZINE mix here:

Tickets are now available on Resident Advisor via the link below. There will be a limited number of tickets on the door, but we would urge you not to sleep on the presale. Your best way to secure entry to the party is with a ticket.

Finally, Club Night Club operates a zero tolerance policy for harassment of any kind - please be respectful of fellow dancers, and do nothing to stop anyone having a pleasant, dance-filled evening.