The Young Punx (UK)
The Young Punx are London based Hal Ritson and Cameron Saunders. Over the past few years they have firmly established themselves as the new darlings of UK dance music, with many of the world’s top DJs championing their records and over 100 BBC Radio 1 plays to date. The duo are at the forefront of the UK dance scene, and their cheeky pop culture mentality has seen them catch the headlines in mainstream media
as diverse as The Sun, The Mirror, La Stampa, Radio 4 news and even BBC 2 Newsnight!
They released their debut album - "Your music is killing me" this past summer, and have a fresh and energetic sound that they term "Mashpop and punkstep" is the natural next step in the evolution of mashup music - fusing elements of house, electro, breaks and drum and bass with an eclectic soundclash of popular culture references, rock, disco, 80s pop, classical and jazz to create something at once original and resolutely accessible.
The Young Punx are among the most in demand remixers in the UK. They have remixed artists such as Chicane and Tom Jones, Scissor Sisters, Hound dogs, Dario G, Tina Turner, Space Cowboy and many more. The Young Punx created the lead radio mix for Studio B’s “C’mon Get it On” which spent several weeks on the Radio 1 Playlist and charted top 30 in May 06. Their radical motown-meets-house overhaul of the classic Delacey "Hideaway" has gained a reputation as one of the most daring and enjoyable remixes of recent years, and most recently their mix of Norman Cook's "Mighty Dub Katz - Magic Carpet Ride" hit number 1 in the UK club charts.
伦敦双人DJ组合The Young Punx由成员Hal Ritson和Cameron Saunders组成，在数年之间窜升为站在英国舞曲界前沿的新星，人人狂热追捧的对象。他们的新颖曲风"Mashpop and punkstep"，游走在革新的house, electro, breaks, drum & bass之间，游走在流行舞曲文化的前沿。The Young Punx同样也是喜爱混音的主，他们在英国将Chicane and Tom Jones, Scissor Sisters, Hound dogs, Dario G, Tina Turner, Space Cowboy等知名音乐人的作品娴熟地混搭百变，创造了一个又一个音乐颠峰作品。
Male 120RMB Female 80RMB, After 2am 80RMB; OPENBAR 8:30pm - 4:00am.
Official Website: http://www.clubbonbon.com
Added by wendyland on March 5, 2008