Twirl is back for one special evening with two very special guest DJ’s all the way from London!




Primary Night Club
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Chicago, IL




London’s homegrown DJ, producer and label boss incorporates all of the best bits of the city’s past and present club culture. Sneaking into the Metalheadz Sessions at The Blue Note at age just 14, it was here that she caught the bug for the beat… and the bass! She’s never looked back since, and became renowed for legendary DJ residencies at Trailer Trash and Batty Bass, two of East London’s underground iconic clubs, starting in 2003. Her star has been on the rise ever since, rocking dancefloors all over the world for hugely respected parties like Bugged Out, The Warehouse Project, Fabric, Ibiza’s Amnesia, Glastonbury, The Arches in Glasgow, Serbia’s notorious Exit Festival as well as tours in Japan and Australia.
Her distinct productions, which fuse many styles, into hybrid of house, techno and bass has led to over 30 releases including remixes for The Knife, DJ Hell, O Children and Planningtorock as well as original works such as underground hits ‘Shake It Up ft. Mama’ and ‘Paris’ acid Ball’.
In 2006 Hannah started Batty Bass as a vehicle to pursue the more eclectic side of her musical repertoire alongside long-time collaborator and friend Mama. Batty Bass subsequently manifested itself as a label in 2008, showcasing the incredible artists that have graced the stage of the club. Batty Bass has since become something of a monster. Continuously mobbed bi-monthly parties at The Star of Bethnal Green described by Time Out as “one of London’s finest clubs… a must-do on the UK’s club calendar”. And now 19 releases in has seen outputs from Hannah herself alongside Justin Robertson’s The Deadstock 33′s, Dan Beaumont & Terry Farley, Bubba, New York’s The Carry Nation, Jahcoozi and Mama with remixes from Dan Avery, Matt Walsh’s Clouded Vision, Gavin Russom and many more up and coming & established artists. Recently Native City, a sister label was set up with fellow Batty Bass resident, Deboa. Home to a more stripped down London / Berlin sound, 5 releases in and it’s caused quite a stir on dancefloors, with much critical acclaim.
Hannah is equally at home in big rooms and festivals as she is capturing hearts in grimy basements and warehouse raves in the small hours; her groundbreaking DJ sets showcase a breathtaking array of musical offerings…woven with HH magic.


East London resident Josh Caffe has built a cult following with his trademark blend of self-assured ghetto-tech, US house, tech house and deep house. With DJ sets every weekend and residencies across London, its little wonder that he’s steadily become such an in-demand DJ.
With previous nights at two of East London’s most influential sweat-boxes, Vogue Fabrics and Dalston Superstore, Josh currently holds residencies at Shade (The Ace Hotel) and the brand new night at East Bloc, Night Sheen co-hosted with Hannah Holland.
As adept as playing in small intimate basement venues as he is at large clubs and festivals, Josh is no stranger to Glastonbury djing alongside Lil Louis, Prosumer, Felix Dickinson; Lovebox, Summer Rites and the growing Farr Festival. Added to dj sets in Detroit, JD Samson’s night Scissor Sundays and regular sets at the infamous Westgay in New York, plus sets at both previous MTV Awards and Brit Awards after-parties, it’s not hard to see why he helps lead the charge for true underground house in an increasingly mainstream and popular genre.
Now Josh has turned his hand to production and vocals. His first track, with Batty Bass boss Hannah Holland, Play With The Maid, became an underground hit in New York, championed by The Carry Nation and receiving many plays at club nights such as Westgay, Spektrum and even New York Pride. A remix by The Cucarachas was also featured on The Baseware presents WMC Essentials release. His follow up ‘Caffe Culture’ EP series with David Newtron (aka Jeroen de Pessemier of The Subs) was well received with the likes of DJ Mag nominating Let Love Ruin as Killer Track of the Month and receiving support from Claude von Stroke, Huxley and Joyce Muniz to name a few. More recently Josh has achieved success with his collaboration with Punks Jump Up & Robert Owens, which has received regular Radio 1 radio play championed by Annie Mac.
Since then he’s gone on to work with production luminaries such as Leo Zero, Louie Balo and Boys Own legend Terry Farley, with new singles in collaboration with Hannah Holland and Geddes (No Fit State) on the near horizon.
Not content with honing his DJing skills abroad and gaining production experience, Josh has been developing a live show with frequent collaborator David Newtron, with the new name Out of Eden. Their next release The Future of Sex, will be released in spring.
Currently also in the studio toiling away on a Josh Caffe EP to be released later this year, he is working alongside a breadth of producers to craft his own tracks featuring his own vocals and lyrics.


Shaun J. Wright and Alinka began their collaboration in 2012 and haven’t looked back. The pair launched into global success with their first EP, “Twirl Volume 1”, on Luke Solomon and Derrick Carter’s famed Classic Music Company imprint. The EP featured remixes from Derrick Carter, Neville Watson, and Chris E. Pants, and received worldwide support from acclaimed artists Doc Martin, Tensnake, Chris Duckenfield, Simon Baker, Joyce Muniz, and many more. The EP’s lead single, ‘”Love Inspired”, was featured on Defected Records’ Compilation “The Closing Party Ibiza 2013”, and was included as the final cut on Defected’s “In The House” radio show. 2013 also marked the launch of their Twirl party series, which featured guests such as Eli Escobar, Derrick Carter, The Black Madonna, Midnight Magic, and JD Samson.
In 2014 Wright & Alinka expanded the Twirl brand into a record label, recruiting some of their finest allies as remixers for their original material. Their debut release, “Journey Into The Deep”, featured remixes from renowned artists Kim Ann Foxman and Stereogamous. “Journey Into The Deep” launched Twirl Recordings into the spotlight and won support from prominent artists such as Robert Owens, Laura Jones, Groove Armada, Ralph Lawson, Matt Tolfrey, and Art Department’s Kenny Glasgow. DJ Mag gave the EP a 9.0/10 rating and spotlighted Wright and Alinka with a photograph and write-up in the Disco section of its October 2014 issue. The release was also featured on BBC Radio 1 Dance Radio on Annie Mac and Heidi’s shows.
Since it’s debut, Twirl Recordings has featured heavy hitters like NYC’s Eli Escobar, LA’s Newbody, U.K. legend Lil’ Mark, and Norway’s No Dial Tone. Eli Escobar’s remix of “Wait For Love” was featured on the Bargrooves “Apres Ski 4.0” compilation mixed by Andy Daniell alongside tracks from Soul Clap, Dusky, Subb-Ann, Seth Troxler, Dimitri From Paris, and many more. The label’s music has been featured on Ministry of Sound Radio, Kiss FM U.K., BBC Radio 1, Ibiza Sonica, as well as on countless radio stations and blogs around the globe.
Though still in it’s infancy, Twirl has had a considerably successful and energetic beginning. With “Twirl Volume 2” on the way for Classic Music Company, as well as a continuous stream of upcoming releases from Twirl Recordings, Wright & Alinka have no intention of slowing down.

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