This bank holiday weekend sees the good people at Real Nice take over London’s cavernous Pulse club on the banks of the River Thames for a monstrous early summer party. They’ve teamed up with plate-spinning bible Mixmag and Anglo-French party people L’Afternoon for a Sunday night extravaganza that sees pioneering French house outfit Cassius perform their first London show for three years.
Cassius have produced for a huge range of artists over the past 20 (yes, 20) years, from Kindness and Phoenix to MC Solaar and Drake – alongside creating eight albums of their own. And the Ed Banger duo are also responsible for the original tracks behind two of our favourite remixes of recent years (in ‘The Sound of Violence’ and ‘I Love You So’).
For a taste of Real Nice’s vibe, meanwhile, check out their latest release. It’s a meaty EP from none other than Benedict Jackson, creator of January’s Human Drizzle mixtape. It’s absolutely excellent:
It looks like a lot of fun and, best of all, we are offering you the chance to go for free. Hooray! We estimate it will take between three and five seconds to enter, so head to our Facebook page and get involved.