We Love Frank - end of show Fiesta

10 November 2012 - 11 November 2012

Dani Sbert (Amazing Rec\Naked Lunch\Spain) UK DEBUT
JJ Gullo – live (Maskik Rec\Leading Astray Rec)
Elek-Fun (Leading Astray Rec)

Promoter /

Leading Astray, Helios Rodriguez Postigo

We love Frank is a fundraising art exhibition curated by Leading Astray showcasing the talents of artist Simone Moscariello & poet Nick Eagle merging together on breathtaking graphic poetry designs. Taking place at the Red Gallery in Old St, all the funds raised through the sales of t-shirts, hand bags, posters & postcards from the original designs will be donated to Frank, a friend from the Leading Astray family which got diagnosed cancer at the beginning of the year.This special closing fiesta is a celebration of love, joy and life & the joy of love for life. Part of the door takings will be also donated to Frank for his treatment.

The soundtrack for the closing fiesta comes from the hands of Dani Sbert, an uprising artist from Spain's new techno breed. Joining us for his UK debut, watch out for his latest releases on Beatport as are charted every month on the top 100 techno section. Joining him, after his acclaimed debut at the last boat JJ Gullo is back with his invigorating, powerful and improved live set. With the support from Purky & our very own Elek-Fun, make sure u bring a new pair of dancing shoes to burn of the dancefloor ;-)
Really looking forward to gather the whole Leading Astray family under one roof to celebrate the joy of love for life <3


Dani started getting involved with the electronic music at the early age of 8 years old. He started djing as a hobby on 2003 and slowly his professional career began to take off. Between 2003 and 2009 he got booked in to play worldwide in countries like Germany, Italy, USA, Portugal, Switzerland, Bulgaria, with artists like Dave Clarke, Locodice, Ben Sims, Josh Wink, Pascal F.e.o.s, Mark Broom, Cristian Varela, Alexi Delano, Len Faki, Rino Cerrone, Joseph Capriati, Technasia, John Aquaviva, Robin Hirte, Tadeo, James Ruskin, Umek, Uto Karem, Marco Bailey, Miss Jools, Martin Landsky, Martin Buttrich, Dan Ghenacia & Damian Lazarus to name just a few.

2009 sees his debut as a techno producer and in the last 3 years he's been doing very very well indeed. his latest releases have been supported by the likes of Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Laurent Garnier, Umek, Slam and many more.
Now, with his UK debut around the corner he's as excited as us to welcome him to the Leading Astray family.


JJ Gullo is a House, Deep House, Tech House and Techno DJ and music producer from Italy.
JJ Gullo started his career as a DJ on the streets of Sicily in 1990.
He differed from his competitors by playing house music tracks, instead of happy commercial music which was fashion in Italy.
Gullo has produced many singles and remixes to date on his records label, Maskik Records, starting from his explosive club mix (Party Machine) released in October 2009 and today is also the Owner of Leading Astray Records..a new Techno sub Label created from a cooperation with Elek-Fun.
Born in Palermo, Italy (on January 1- 1976), Jo indulged in his passion for music from a young age, blowing all the money from his small paper round on vinyls.
With all resistance against him, he played in many venues in Sicily.
Starting from the smallest clubs, to venues with capacities of 5000 people.
As he wasn't content always playing other producers music, he decided it was time for the next step, Live Performance.
And by working consistently hard with music composition and designing his own sound he managed to play in big events like Street Parade Bologna(Italy) and Street Parade Zurich.
JJ is not happy with ever standing still, he has a strong belief of 'Keep Moving', 'Never Give Up' and 'Push Forward'.
Living by these words he keeps pushing himself to try more things, pushing the boundaries that he considers very difficult to achieve.
There is no point to do anything..... If you're standing still.
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