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Few DJs do it as consistently well as David ‘Move D’ Moufang. After several years spent leading the charge in Germany’s experimental techno scene, D soon converted over to house, rapidly cementing himself as one of the scene’s most prized selectors. While he remains a regular feature on the London club circuit, an extended 4-hour set in small, sweaty confines is still a relatively rare occurrence. All the more reason then to get yourselves down to The Nest on Friday 22nd February.

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Alongside Move D, popular London publication Crack Magazine have invited Glaswegian producer Rudi Zygadlo, who’s signed to Planet Mu, to showcase his unique take on pop-infused vocal dance music. Bristolian DJs Pardon My French complete the line-up and they’ll no doubt be bringing the party to the London faithful with their eclectic, fiery mix of house, disco and everything between. All this for the princey sum of £8? Surely the answer is yes.


If £8 is still enough to put you off, then luckily MEOKO have 2 tickets to the event to give away to one to one fortunate winner. All you have to do is tell us is which country is Move D from?

a) England

b) Brazil

c) Germany

Send your answers to

 Doors open at 9pm on Friday 22nd February and close at 4am. Tickets are available online now from £8.

 Full line-up/

Move D [4 Hour Set] Pardon My French
Rudi Zygadlo [Live]

 Tickets available from Resident Advisor & The Nest 

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