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Larry Tee’s Super Electric Party Machine takes over East Bloc every Friday, causing somewhat of a ruckus in the basement club as the sexy, the cute, the colourful and the creative gather for a mash-up of colossal proportions! The club has also just released its self-titled debut album. Meet just a few of the characters that help get the party poppin’…


Larry Tee

I have never had more fun than here in London. I just released my new album, named after my Friday party at East Bloc, ‘Super Electric Party Machine’, which has tons of local stars like Portia Ferrari (Versace model and ES mag cover star), co-producer/DJ star AttackAttackAttack, rappers Lady Cartel and Nwando as well as Americans like Princess Superstar, Mike Q, rapper Cunty Savage, and boy band MDPC. All in all, London lets me do everything I love doing and there is so much creative inspiration here. I am a lucky man, BITCHES BITCHES BITCHES!



When I first met Larry Tee we totally hit it off. He’s been a massive inspiration to me on both a personal and career level, not to mention a constant source of hilarity. Together we started Super Electric Party Machine and our record label Carnage Music, which is home to a host of new London and international talents, as well as our Super Electric Party Machine album. Having co-produced the album, I have a fondness for so many of the tracks, but the next single ‘Body Talk’ featuring London’s Portia Ferrari is my personal favourite, the video is with the CGI team as we speak and was shot by the amazing up-and-coming video genius, Ashley Joiner.



I grew up all over the world but always knew I wanted to live in London. When I first moved here I met Joseph Icaro and we were introduced to the East London scene together, meeting most of our friends at Larry’s night SEPM! I spend most of my time networking as a make-up artist, hairstylist, model, dancer, a singer AND a student!

Larry and I started working on the track ‘Body Talk’ late last year! I’m also working on some hip-hop and R’n’B tracks with a UK rapper, so watch this space!


Michael Stephens

I spent my first few years in London working at legendary British style bible i-D Magazine, which consequently opened many doors to the eccentric East End club scene. I’m now based in Central London at a renowned department store where I manage the Graphic Design department and creative projects, but at the weekend I’m still found at SEPM, loving the fashion-forward crowd and eclectic mix of fun positive electronic dance vibes!


Joel Jay P

I’m a model/dancer and an editor for Noctis magazine. My love for the SEPM style of music started back from when I lived in the Midlands where grime, garage bassline and house originated. SEPM is renowned for its big bassy music, which keeps me dancing and buzzing all night long. My favourite track is Super Electric Party Machine ft Portia Ferrari, ‘Body Talk’.


Will Bond 

I grew up in north London, but when my family moved to Shrewsbury I’d sneak to Birmingham every weekend and it wasn’t long before I was DJing at my favourite clubs. Now I’m lucky to spend most of my time in East London working as DJ and Label Manager at Carnage Music, the record label to Super Electric Party Machine. You’ll find me at SEPM every Friday. I’m either on the door, dancing to Larry Tee’s later sets or (if I’m lucky) behind the decks myself. After working on the release of the SEPM album, each track is special to me. I’ve remixed Portia Ferrai’s ‘Body Talk’ and I love playing this out because it has a throbbing bouncy bassline, but I couldn’t forget to mention ‘Disco Me Disco’ featuring Russian experimentalist artist Andrey Bartenev. I love his Russian accent on the vocals and the progressive build-ups will have your hands high in the air!


• Super Electric Party Machine is at (East Bloc, 217-219 City Road, EC1V 1JN) every Friday, 10pm-6am. 

• The album is out now and available from iTunes and all decent outlets.

photos by Eddie Blagborough

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